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Reflections on MidwestUX 2012 in Columbus, Ohio

As a UXer who grew up and went to undergrad in the Midwest, MidwestUX is a special treat for me. Last year was a ball, and this year was even better. Teaching My First Workshop For two years in a … Continue reading

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About How you Sound

Many of us think about our appearance, and how it can effect the way people think about us. But how many of us consider our voices? The way you sound can cause a person to enjoy or despise hearing you … Continue reading

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Let’s Sketchnote! at MidwestUX 2012

This morning I had the pleasure of co-leading a workshop with Binaebi Akah and Charlene McBride. We had a fantastic group at the workshop, with lots of great participation and questions and most of all, great sketchnoting! I am especially … Continue reading

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UX research stories from Rwanda at MidwestUX

Just a week after presenting my poster on UX research in Rwanda at the IASummit, I am giving a lightning talk on the same subject at MidwestUX. (What a wonderful whirlwind!) This new conference promises to be spectacular. I am so … Continue reading

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