31
Aug

Panel: Authors of 97 Things UX Practitioners Should Know

Dan Berlin moderates a panel of authors from the O’REILLY book called 97 Things UX Practitioners Should Know. It is an Amazon bestseller in many different categories. The authors will discuss a variety of topics including user research, design, strategy, usability, design operations, and more. It is your chance to bring your burning questions to...
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25
Aug

Non-English Editions of Wikipedia Have a Misinformation Problem by Yumiko Sato

The Japanese Wikipedia is the most visited language in Wikipedia after the English Wikipedia. Increasingly, it’s contributing to the rise of historical revisionism in the country. On the pages of particularly sensitive historical topics, Japanese Wikipedia tends to exclude important information inconvenient to the Japanese public and/or include inaccurate and biased information. In other words,...
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13
Aug

Pushing for More Inclusive Foundations with Michael Champlin

Our work toward making our products and experiences more inclusive can’t just be considered at the end of the design process; it’s foundational. As designers, we’re well-positioned to push for positive change, but it’s not always easy. I’ll speak about my experience creating a non-binary persona for a Fortune 500 technology company, from initial ideation...
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12
Sep

Sketchnotes from Day 4 Talks

Big Design ends with some amazing talks! If you missed talks, here are sketchnotes from the conference, made possible by the UX Club at UT Dallas. These are talks from day four: Seat at the Table: Can’t Spell Executive without UX Rima Campbell Navigating UX Burnout to Sustain a Meaningful Career Sarah Hoaglan KEYNOTE: Social...
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11
Sep

Sketchnotes from Day 3 Talks

Big Design keeps the momentum on day three! If you missed talks, here are sketchnotes from the conference, made possible by the UX Club at UT Dallas. These are talks from day three: Portfolio Essentials: Showing the Best Version of Yourself Ian Fenn Socially Distanced Research: How To Collaborate On & Conduct Remote User Research...
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10
Sep

Sketchnotes from Day 2 Talks

Day two of Big Design continues the energy! If you missed talks, here are sketchnotes from the conference, made possible by the UX Club at UT Dallas. These are talks from day two: The Iowa Idea: Over a Century of Creativity, Collaboration, Innovation and Persistence Matt Arnold Grannie Goes Virtual Jennifer Keene-Moore Keynote: Culture, Growth...
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9
Sep

View Sketchnotes of Day 1 Talks

The 2020 Big Design Conference kicked off with a bang! If you missed first-day talks, here are sketchnotes, made possible by the UX Club at UT Dallas. The Power of Storytelling within Visual Communication Nikos Georgópoulos Designing the Preservation of Dignity Ryan Lutterbach, Andre Jolivette, Kara Kenna, and Shane O’Donnell Keynote: Designing Your Career Advancement...
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8
Sep

Big Design 2020 FAQs

BigDesign 2020 is just a few hours away!  Here are the answers to your most frequently asked questions: How does a virtual conference work? This year’s conference will be hosted on Crowdcast, an integrated streaming platform that is designed for the purpose of attendee engagement. Over the course of four days, we’ll be streaming twenty-four...
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