Adaptive Path’s UX Week 2007 – The Best Ever

My colleague Sarah is the program chair for this year’s UX Week (August 13-16, Washington, D.C.), and she’s put together an amazing program.

The keynoters are particularly compelling. We’ve got Deborah Adler, who lead the design of the Target ClearRx pill bottle system, Jan Chipchase, a design researcher from Nokia, Lisa Strausfeld and her colleagues from Pentagram who worked on the interface for the $100 Laptop, and AP’s very own Dan Saffer.

Oh, and folks from CNN.com will present a case study on their new “Web 2.0″ design.

Of course, that’s not all. Topics covered include:

  • collaboration
  • mobile device design
  • research methods
  • managing user experience teams
  • evangelizing ideas
  • participatory design
  • hacking and prototyping
  • rich interaction
  • search engine interface

and much much more!

If this sounds like something for you, check out the UX Week page. Discounted registration ends July 13 (this Friday!) And if you register, use the promotional code FOPM (Friend of Peter Merholz) to get 15% off the registration price.

One thought on “Adaptive Path’s UX Week 2007 – The Best Ever

  1. Superb PeterMe !

    Aiming to attend in 2008.