NUX Leeds – 23 October 2014 – How has UX shaped how we think about technology?

NUX Leeds meet-ups are kindly sponsored by SimpleUsability and Ebuyer.

The next NUX Leeds event is taking place on Thursday 23 October and will be in the usual place at the SimpleUsability office in Marshall Mills, Leeds. The talk will start at 6.30pm.

How has UX shaped the way we think about tech?

with Peter Sawyckyj

Since the Dot-com bubble burst during 1999-2001, Internet usage has seen rapid growth and an enormous quantity of data has poured onto the WWW. The way we access data and how we turn it into information has posed a very significant challenge not just to hardware and software vendors, but Marketing/Communication professionals and society in general.

So how exactly has UX shaped and changed the way we think about tech and similarly, how does it influence our interactions with devices?

This event will pose questions to the audience as well as discuss UX achievements, and so attendees are invited to share their thoughts/examples/memes beforehand using #mynux (some of which may feature during the event).

About Peter

Peter has been interested in the idea of the WWW since he was about 10 years old. After his studies, he has taken his labour of love in Web Development and taken it up professionally where he has previously worked at/with graphics design, software development and marketing agencies. Follow Peter: @P3tro

Running order

6:00 – 6:30 Free beer, soft drinks & refreshments provided by our sponsors SimpleUsability & Ebuyer
6:30 – 7:30 Peter will talk about how UX has shaped the way we think about technology
7:30 – 8:00 Open discussion and networking



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