Ignite UX Michigan is an evening of 5-minute talks on a range of user experience, design, and research topics in Ann Arbor. It is a free event, open to the public, that takes place at The Circ Bar, 210 S 1st St., Ann Arbor. The School of Information is a co-sponsor of this event.
- Tim Ho – “VUI Design for GUI Designers”
- Kapil Viswanathan – “Get started with motion design”
- Nina Schell – “Simplified Life, Better Design”
- Ignacio Martinez – “Designing Deliberate Experiences”
- Ayesha Saleem – “UX research and design in the startup scene in Metro Detroit”
- Adam Kempa – “The Pinball Machine: UX Crucible”
- Carie Cunningham – “Talk to Me: Going beyond the Q & A in your future Automobile”
- James Rampton – “What happens when your research tells you something you don’t want to hear?”
- Jonathon Baugh – “My dual life in UX and on the homestead”
- Michael McLeod – “Case Study: How Time and Timezone Bias can impact UX”
- Anderson Day – “An introduction to Web Accessibility”
- Kelly Weldon – “Outcomes over output”
- Blair (Yu-Yin) Shen – “What we can learn from bubble tea shops in Taiwan”
Doors open at 6:00 pm. Talks start at 7:00 pm.