Join us for lightning talks on UX projects from the University of Arizona community! Confirmed speakers include:
- Lauren Dunn, Community Engagement Intern on the UX Team at the UA Libraries, on creating an anti-racist language guide, auditing the Special Collections website, and engaging with users remotely.
- Leonardo Echeverria, Research & Design Intern on the UX Team at the UA Libraries, on experiments with remote and in-person usability testing methods.
- Christopher Green, Consultant, User Experience Engineering, on designing a new console experience for Internet2.
- Ann Shivers-McNair, Assistant Professor & Director of Professional and Technical Writing, will present on UX research around Degree Search.
If you are interested in presenting your work, get in touch with us!
All are welcome and you don't have to be affiliated with the University of Arizona to attend or present. Join us at 4:30pm to kick things off with opt-in breakout rooms. The presentations will start at 4:45pm.
We'll record this event, so if you can't make it, register on Zoom anyway and we'll email you when the recording and transcript are ready.