Workshop – Mundaneum – Alex Wright – User Experience (or UX) – Friday 5th December, 10-12 am

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Friday 5th December, 10-12 am

User Experience (or UX) aims to provide an optimal and agreeable use of digital products. More than just ergonomics, the goal is to develop interfaces that really fit the users’ needs by combining graphic design, emotional impact and practical benefit.

As part of the brand new hub Creative Valley, the Mundaneum and its partners invite you for an exclusive workshop by New York-based author and designer Alex Wright.

alexwrighAlex Wright is professor of Interaction Design at the School of Visual Arts (NYC), a contributor toThe New York Times and an expert in website optimization.

His talent was put to good use on projects for IBM,Yahoo and Harvard University, as well as at The New York Times as “User Experience Director.” He now works as “Chief Marketing Officer” for the successful online shop Etsy.

On 5 December from 10 to 12 in Mons, he will lead an exclusive workshop about this branch of interactive design titled Humanizing Data: Bridging UX research methods with big data analytics to create better customer experiences
Bring your onw laptop!

 

Where:

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Fondation Mons 2015 – Le 106

Rue de Nimy 106 in 7000 Mons

Free admission

! Limited capacity

Booking requested via Eventbrite or info@mundaneum.be

or 0032 (0)65 31 53 43.

 

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Centre d’archives de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles & Espace d’expositions temporaires
info@mundaneum.be

www.mundaneum.org

 

An event organized by the Mundaneum

in partnership with Creative Valley by Creative Wallonia,

Foundation Mons 2015 and Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications.

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