Chris Rourke will be speaking at the UX Glasgow meetup at SocietyM on Wednesday 3rd April.
The event is one of the free informal monthly meetups organised by UX Glasgow, welcoming everyone with an interest in UX, regardless of background and experience in the subject.
Chris will host a session called ‘Defining the Damn Thing’, leading a group exercise around defining UX and usability and handling the typical questions that follow. He will also present on the common pros and cons of UX definitions.
To register for the event, or to find out more, check out the UX Glasgow website(this will open in a new window), or the event invite(this will open in a new window).
If you’d like to see more of us… you can catch us at UX Scotland(this will open in a new window) in Edinburgh on 12 - 14 June. Ed Chandler and Gayle Whittaker will be presenting ‘WCAG 2.1 – raising the Accessibility bar(this will open in a new window)’.
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