Triangle User Experience Professionals Association (TriUXPA)

The Triangle UXPA was founded in 2005 and is the Triangle chapter of the User Experience Professionals Association. We are focused on building and supporting the local community of practitioners who focus on crafting great user experiences.

Upcoming events

    • 04 Nov 2016
    • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Red Hat Annex, 190 E Davie St, Raleigh, NC 27601
    • 14

    Donna Lichaw

    Independent consultant from Brooklyn, NY 
    The User's Journey: Storymapping Products That People Love (2016)

    What does a great experience have in common with a great story? Everything. Translating complex concepts into simple, impactful narratives can help you more effectively imagine and evaluate your products, campaigns, content, and features – before committing to expensive pixels and code. Developing a product with an experience that engages, influences, and inspires can be a daunting task – but the art of crafting a compelling story is easily learned.

    In this workshop, you will learn how simple storytelling techniques can transform your next idea, product, campaign, or strategy from good, to great. Whether you are creating something from scratch, or optimizing it for conversion, activation, or engagement, mapping the story first will help you determine how to envision and develop something people not only love to use, but utilize and recommend often.

    Learn how to increase first-time and lifetime customer engagement by:

    • Crafting simple, powerful business, product, and customer stories that inspire your target audience
    • Defining and refining your product’s core value proposition
    • Evaluating the product-market fit as it relates to audience engagement
    • Identifying how and why people will discover, use, pay for, and get excited about your product
    • Mapping out strategies to get people to adopt, utilize, and evangelize your product

    Workshop format

    This workshop will feature a mix of lecture and hands-on group work and activities. Participants will leave having created a three different types of storymaps and can start applying the techniques they learn to their work immediately.


    This workshop is for anyone who builds products, services, or campaigns that people engage with: designers, product and project managers, marketers, content strategists, developers, entrepreneurs, and executives have all taken the workshops, reshaped how they build, talk about, and sell products, and immediately applied the methods and techniques to their jobs and workflows.

    Past participants:

    • Cisco
    • Clear Channel
    • Conde Nast
    • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
    • The Economist
    • Paypal
    • Random House
    • Spotify
    • St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    • Turner Broadcasting
    • Urban Arts Partnership
    • Wall Street Journal
    • Walmart
    • Yahoo!

    What They've Said:

    • "Innovative!"
    • "Amazing session"
    • "Personally? I think identifying the story is the FUNDAMENTAL work of the designer. This technique, I feel, will become a CORE SKILL for UX designers."


    Breakfast will be available before the workshop begins, approximately from 8:30am-9am.
    • Fluffy Scrambled Eggs
    • Center Cut Bacon & Turkey Links
    • Hash Brown Potatoes
    • Buttermilk Biscuits
    • Sliced Fresh Seasonal Fruits
    • Chilled Orange Juice
    • Fresh Brewed Starbucks Coffee


    • 8:30 Breakfast + Networking
    • 9:00 Introductions + Story Mechanics
    • 9:30 Mapping your story
      • Defining your product
      • Identifying paths to product discovery
      • Mapping the user journey
    • 10:30 Break
    • 10:45 Finding and using your stories
    • 11:30 Case studies and best practices
    • 12:00 Recap and discussion


    Red Hat Annex
    190 E Davie St
    Raleigh, NC 27601

    Note: This is NOT the main Red Hat entrance (next to Buku). This is a separate entrance that is between Calavera and Oak City Meatball. You do not need to check in at the Red Hat main entrance first.

    The closest parking decks are Blount Street Deck (the top parking symbol) and City Center Deck. Entrances are indicated with the arrows. Both decks cost $2/hour. On-street metered parking is $1/hour. For more parking info, see Downtown Raleigh Parking.

    • 10 Nov 2016
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • North Carolina State University Campus
    • 63

    Join us for the 2016 Triangle UXPA World Usability Day daytime event celebration on November 10 at 8:30am sponsored by LexisNexis at the NCSU State Club for networking, breakfast, lunch, design activities, and a speaker! This daytime event is free, and is open to  both Triangle UXPA members as well as non-members

    The theme for 2016 is “Sustainable User Experience (UX)” or “Green UX.” Sustainability and UX design are innately intertwined since they are both about creating the best experience for people. Green processes and sustainable products take into account goals such as recycle, reuse and incremental improvement. It’s about taking existing products and services and developing ways to refine and redesign them to be more effective, efficient and reusable in ways that enhance a person’s life.

    Our guest speaker is Milannee (Lani) St. Hill.   Lani is the Outreach Coordinator for the Waste Reduction and Recycling (WRR) Office of NC State University.  She works with students, staff and faculty to strategize, develop, and execute recycling programs. She orchestrates the WE Recycle, Carter-Finley Composts, and other activities designed to promote a culture of recycling and waste minimization on campus.

    As the day approaches, ask yourself “is it me or the design?”  Your answer may be a starting point for improving user-friendliness and sustainability on a local and/or global scale.

    Daytime Agenda

    • 8:30-9:00am - Networking and breakfast
    • 9:00-9:30am - Milannee (Lani) St. Hill - Guest speaker
    • 9:30-noon - Define sustainability problem to solve, form teams, work together on solutions
    • 12:00-1:00pm - Lunch
    • 1:00-3:00pm - Present solution concepts to judges
    • 3:00pm - Award winners selected/awarded by judges
    • 3-3:30pm - Daytime events wrap-up
    Please note, if you wish to participate in the evening event, you will need to sign up for that separately.


    NCSU - The State Club
    2450 Alumni Drive
    Raleigh, NC 27606

    The State Club is located within the Dorothy and Roy Park Alumni Center on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus.  Parking is free and available beside the building.

    • 10 Nov 2016
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • SAS
    • 55

    Join us for the 2016 TriUXPA World Usability Day evening event celebration on November 10 at 6 pm at SAS for networking, dinner and a talk by Erin White from Community Food Lab.  This evening event is free, but open only to Triangle UXPA members.  Not a member yet?  No problem, sign up here!

    The theme for 2016 is “Sustainable User Experience (UX)” or “Green UX.” Sustainability and UX design are innately intertwined since they are both about creating the best experience for people. Green processes and sustainable products take into account goals such as recycle, reuse and incremental improvement. It’s about taking existing products and services and developing ways to refine and redesign them to be more effective, efficient and reusable in ways that enhance a person’s life.

    This year’s theme, sustainability, coincides with the recent adoption of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The UX design lens can improve efforts to “end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all” by giving disadvantaged individuals a seat at the table. This can be done in part by taking the ‘user experiences’ of SDG efforts into account. Within this framework, “users” are the people who will be affected by SDG policies and initiatives and “experiences” relate to the encounters, interactions, etc. that people will have with policies and initiatives as SDG efforts continue.

    Evening Agenda

    • 6-6:30pm - Networking
    • 6:30-7:30pm - Buffet dinner in SAS's "Skylight Cafe"
    • 7:30-8:10pm - Talk by Erin White
    • 8:10-8:25pm - Q&A 
    Please note, if you wish to participate in the daytime events, you will need to sign up for that separately.

    About Erin White, Community Food Lab

    Erin White is a designer, entrepreneur, and teacher working for healthy food systems. He founded his design firm, Community Food Lab, out of two beliefs: First, healthy communities need healthy food systems, and second, that good design can help achieve both.

    With projects ranging in scale from the sidewalk to the region, that span all food system sectors, Community Food Lab is marking off a new design discipline with food systems as the design territory. Through this award-winning international firm, White helps organizations and communities develop innovative food systems projects to solve big problems.

    While trained as an architect, White has also worked as a chef, an on-site farm manager, a statistician in public health, and a framing carpenter. He is co-founder of the Capital Area Food Network, the father of two young children, and a native of North Carolina.


    SAS Training Room
    Building F, Room 101
    200 SAS Campus Drive
    Cary, NC 27513
    See map: Google Maps

    Parking is available behind the building. There is a walkway from the parking lot behind the building to the Training Room (in the front of the building). Parking is also available in adjacent lots.

    • 14 Nov 2016
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Full Frame Theater, American Tobacco Campus
    • 35

    Karen Holtzblatt
    Founder & CEO, InContext
    Research Scientist, University of Maryland

    The Triangle UXPA, in partnership with Ladies that UX Durham, is proud to present distinguished author, speaker, and researcher Karen Holtzblatt. She is visiting us from the DC area for this important talk.

    Note: This event is restricted to members of the Triangle UXPA and Ladies that UX Durham. Please join the Triangle UXPA or LTUX-DUR to register. A registration code will be sent to LTUX-DUR members.

    Karen Holtzblatt is CEO of InContext Design, thought leader, industry speaker, author and now Research Scientist at University of Maryland‘s iSchool. Karen is known in the UX world for developing Contextual Design and Contextual Inquiry, user-centered design techniques employed and taught by companies and universities world-wide. In recognition of her impact on the field, Karen was awarded ACM SIGCHI’s first Lifetime Award for Practice. Karen knows what it takes to be successful in the world of high tech and has proven her skills in persuading technology and business professionals to change how they approach user experience and product design.

    Karen has now turned her focus to the challenges women face in high tech companies to uncover why they leave mid-career at a rate 30% higher than men. Her research and resulting Women in Tech (WIT) Work-Life Framework describe the core factors in the work environment women need to achieve success. The WIT project draws upon volunteers across the industry to help with the research and creation of intervention techniques. Through field research with women currently working in multiple roles on product teams, managers, and those who have left tech jobs, the key factors affecting women’s work experience emerged. Using that data, a survey of over 200 people has validated those factors. The project is now gathering additional data, honing the survey into an instrument to measure the work environment, and developing intervention techniques.

    Karen is currently talking to groups of technology women and men to share the insights and stimulate action. At this talk Karen will present an overview of the Work-Life Framework and then engage the group in a discussion. Bring your experience, questions, and ideas and become part of the change process!

    About Karen

    Karen Holtzblatt is a thought leader, industry speaker, and author. As the visionary behind InContext's unique customer-centered design approach, Contextual Design, and the Women in Tech Project Karen's combination of technological and psychological expertise is one of the creative forces driving innovation in the tech industry.

    Recognized as a leader in requirements and design, Karen has pioneered transformative ideas and design approaches  throughout her career. Karen developed Contextual Inquiry and Contextual Design now the industry standard for gathering and using field data to understand how technology impacts the way people work and live. When mobile devices utterly transformed the way technology is integrated into daily life, Karen initiated the Cool Project to explore users’ experiences and the impact of cool products. Her newest book, with her long time business partner Hugh Beyer, Contextual Design 2nd Edition Design for Life details the new techniques needed for product innovation today. 

    In 2014 Karen launched the Women in Tech Project to understand the work experience of women in high technology companies in order to understand why women are leaving the field. Her research, started while at Stanford, and the resulting Work-Life Framework describes the core factors in the work environment that women need to achieve success. The project draws upon corporate and university volunteers across the industry to help with the work: field research, creating and validating a survey to measure work-life goodness, and identifying and trying out intervention games and guidelines for organizations.

    ACM SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction) – the international society for professionals, academics and students – has twice honored Karen. She was awarded membership to the CHI Academy and received the first Lifetime Award for Practice presented in recognition of her impact on the field.

    Karen co-founded InContext Design in 1992 with Hugh Beyer to use Contextual Design techniques to coach product teams and deliver market data and design solutions to businesses across multiple industries. Karen collaborates with many universities and is newly associated with University of Maryland’s iSchool as a Research Scientist working with students and on the Women in Tech Project. Karen has more than 25 years of teaching experience, professionally and in university settings. She holds a doctorate in applied psychology from the University of Toronto.


    6:00pm-6:30pm: Light dinner and networking
    6:30pm-7:30pm: Talk
    7:30pm-8:00pm: Q&A


    Full Frame Theater is located in the heart of the American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham. Parking is available in either the north or south deck parking lots at no charge. For directions and parking information visit:


    Event attendees can park in the visitors spots on the first floor of the North Parking Deck in American Tobacco Campus for free. 

    Here's a map:

    After you park in the North Parking Deck, walk towards the large white water tower (which is located in what ATC calls the Amphitheater). Full Frame Theater is located in the power plant. The entrance faces the water tower.

    • 07 Dec 2016
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Centerline Digital, 509 W. North Street, Raleigh, NC

    Like a good story, successful design is a series of engaging moments structured over time. The User’s Journey will show you how, when, and why to use narrative structure, technique, and principles to ideate, craft, and test a cohesive vision for an engaging outcome. See how a story first approach can transform your product, feature, landing page, flow, campaign, content, or product strategy. 

    Please come join us to discuss Donna Lichaw's recent book, The User's Journey: Storymapping Products That People Love.

    Check out the book on Amazon, and RSVP for the Meetup.

Past events

21 Oct 2016 [UIE Webinar] Service Design Thinking
06 Oct 2016 A Day in the Life of a UX Manager (Panel Discussion)
29 Sep 2016 Mentorship Meet and Greet Happy Hour
28 Sep 2016 Raleigh Book Club - September
15 Sep 2016 Finding Success in your UX Career with Cory Lebson
24 Aug 2016 A Day in the Life of an Information Architect
18 Aug 2016 [UIE Webinar] Collaborative Information Architecture
27 Jul 2016 A Day in the Life of a Data Visualization Designer
21 Jul 2016 Raleigh Book Club - July
19 Jul 2016 Articulating Design Decisions with Tom Greever
12 Jul 2016 Durham Book Club
22 Jun 2016 A Day in the Life of a User Researcher
17 Jun 2016 Workshop: How To Apply The Latest Research On Brain and Behavioral Science To Your Product’s Design
16 Jun 2016 Top 10 Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People
19 May 2016 Raleigh Book Club - May
19 May 2016 Global Accessibility Awareness Day | ADITL with an Accessibility Analyst
21 Apr 2016 [UIE Webinar] Balancing Continuous Discovery and Delivery with Jeff Patton
14 Apr 2016 Durham Book Club - April
13 Apr 2016 A Day in the Life of a UX Designer
01 Apr 2016 Animating the User Experience Workshop
31 Mar 2016 [UIE Webinar] Features of Highly Effective Forms with Aaron Gustafson
25 Mar 2016 Better Designed Meetings with Kevin Hoffman
17 Mar 2016 Raleigh Book Club - March
09 Mar 2016 "A Day in the Life" Kick off with Lightning Talks!
18 Feb 2016 [UIE Webinar] Sharing our Stories: Designing and Reviewing UX Portfolios with Ian Fenn
04 Feb 2016 Empathy Cannot Be Automated with Jenn Downs
28 Jan 2016 Raleigh Book Club - January
28 Jan 2016 [UIE Webinar] Measuring The Customer Experience Using Top Tasks with Gerry McGovern
20 Jan 2016 Information Architecture for Everybody
19 Jan 2016 Here's to 2016 + Abby Covert Meet & Greet Social
14 Jan 2016 Prototyping Tool Mini-Con
01 Dec 2015 The 6th Annual Merry Mingle Holiday Party
20 Nov 2015 Discussing Design: Giving & Getting Better Feedback Through Critique
19 Nov 2015 Raleigh Book Club - November
19 Nov 2015 [UIE Webinar] Coding Prototypes, Even if You've Never Tried, with Nate Schutta
17 Nov 2015 Durham Book Group - November
12 Nov 2015 World Usability Day: Innovation with Rebecca Horton
09 Nov 2015 Experiencing User Experience (UX): An Overview
04 Nov 2015 "Launching your UX Career" Panel
29 Oct 2015 Halloween Happy Hour with STC Carolina Chapter
27 Oct 2015 [UIE Webinar] Better Accessibility through Your User Research with Whitney Quesenbery
08 Oct 2015 Ladies that UX Durham Kickoff Meeting!
01 Oct 2015 [UIE Webinar] Content Modeling: Creating Responsive Content Experiences with Steve Fisher
24 Sep 2015 Raleigh Book Group - September
22 Sep 2015 Durham Book Group - September
12 Aug 2015 [UIE Webinar]When Responsive Web Design Meets the Real World with Jason Grigsby
06 Aug 2015 The Emergence of Audio Design
30 Jul 2015 [UIE Webinar] Practical Empathy for Powerful Decision Making with Indi Young
23 Jul 2015 Lightning Talk: UX Process
16 Jul 2015 Raleigh Book Group - July
14 Jul 2015 Durham Book Group - July
04 Jun 2015 [Beverage User Interface] June BUI
04 Jun 2015 [UIE Webinar] Working With Atomic Design with Brad Frost
28 May 2015 How Designers Fail
21 May 2015 Raleigh Book Group - May
14 May 2015 [UIE Webinar] Explore the Possibilities of Ultra-Contextual Design with Abi Jones
01 May 2015 Story Mapping Product Experience
16 Apr 2015 Transitioning to a UX Career Panel Discussion
02 Apr 2015 [UIE Webinar] Improve UX With Animation with Rachel Nabors
26 Mar 2015 Raleigh Book Group - March
26 Mar 2015 Jeff Gothelf - Lean for Enterprise Teams
25 Mar 2015 [UIE Webinar] Designing Interaction between Devices with Josh Clark
19 Mar 2015 [Beverage User Interface] March BUI: Mentorship
16 Mar 2015 Delightful User Experiences with Intent
12 Mar 2015 [UIE Webinar] Better Accessibility through Your User Research
29 Jan 2015 [Beverage User Interface] 2015 BUI Kickoff
29 Jan 2015 [UIE Webinar] Cohesive Design Systems for Enterprise with Nathan Curtis
11 Dec 2014 [UIE Webinar] Designing Content for Product Experiences with Jonathon Colman
05 Dec 2014 [Workshop] Interface Writing with Nicole Fenton
02 Dec 2014 The 5th Annual Merry Mingle Holiday Party
13 Nov 2014 World Usability Day 2014 - Prototyping User Experience: Engagement is Never Static
16 Oct 2014 [UIE Webinar] Mapping Success with Objectives and Key Results with Christina Wodtke
24 Sep 2014 [UIE Webinar] Making UX Work with Agile Scrum Teams with Aviva Rosentstein
18 Sep 2014 [Free Event] Mobile Usability Testing: Easier Than You Think
16 Sep 2014 [Workshop] UX skills only get you so far: Get out there to advance your career!
28 Aug 2014 [UIE Webinar] Defining a UX Strategy with Jim Kalbach
26 Aug 2014 [Beverage User Interface] BUI with STC Carolina
15 Jul 2014 [UIE Webinar] Lean Roadmapping: Where Product Management and UX Meet with Bruce McCarthy
05 Jun 2014 [UIE Webinar] Responsive Workflows: Because There's No Such Thing as a Perfect Process with Ben Callahan
02 Jun 2014 [Beverage User Interface] Networking and Social Event
13 May 2014 [UIE Webinar] Lean UX: Forming & Testing Hypotheses with Josh Seiden
01 May 2014 [Free Event] Never Trust A Skinny Chef with Amanda Stockwell and Heather Young
29 Apr 2014 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "Just Enough Research"
28 Apr 2014 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "Just Enough Research"
17 Apr 2014 nexUX: The Triangle's Emerging Center for What's Next in User Experience (Free Event)
17 Apr 2014 [UIE Webinar] Designing Infographics and Data Visualizations with Noah Iliinsky
02 Apr 2014 [Beverage User Interface] Networking and Social Event
13 Mar 2014 [UIE Webinar] Designing Touch-Friendly Interfaces with Josh Clark
26 Feb 2014 [Workshop] Using Personas and Storytelling Effectively with Whitney Quesenbery
25 Feb 2014 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences"
24 Feb 2014 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences"
11 Feb 2014 [UIE Webinar] Designing Across Devices with Progressive Enhancement with Aaron Gustafson
04 Feb 2014 UI is Communication (Free Event)
12 Dec 2013 [UIE Webinar] Design Workflow with Stephen Hay
11 Dec 2013 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "The User Experience Team of One"
09 Dec 2013 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "The User Experience Team of One"
03 Dec 2013 Merry Mingle 2013
14 Nov 2013 World Usability Day 2013, Healthcare: Collaborating for Better Systems
30 Oct 2013 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "Microinteractions: Designing with Details"
29 Oct 2013 [Workshop] Introduction to Responsive Design with Jonathan Smiley of Zurb
21 Oct 2013 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "Microinteractions: Designing with Details"
08 Oct 2013 Augmented Reality Discussion with Mona Singh
29 Aug 2013 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "Designing with the Mind in Mind"
11 Jul 2013 [UIE Webinar] Research and Design for the UX Team of One
26 Jun 2013 [Workshop] Information Architecture: Creation and Evaluation with Cory Lebson
25 Jun 2013 UX Social with Cory Lebson
25 Jun 2013 Solving Design Problems with Collaborative Methods
20 Jun 2013 [UIE Webinar] Design Studio with Adam Connor
12 Jun 2013 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "Lean UX"
10 Jun 2013 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "Lean UX"
21 May 2013 UX in the Agile Enterprise: A Panel Discussion
14 May 2013 [UIE Webinar] Designing for Micro-moments
23 Apr 2013 [UIE Webinar] Storyboarding: Communicating Your Ideas with Comics & Drawings
04 Apr 2013 Panel: Is School Preparing Me for a UX Career? (Free Event)
20 Mar 2013 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "Understanding Comics"
18 Mar 2013 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "Understanding Comics"
07 Mar 2013 [UIE Webinar] Voice and Tone: Creating Content for Humans with Kate Kiefer Lee
19 Feb 2013 [UIE Webinar] Organizing Mobile Web Experiences with Luke Wroblewski
13 Feb 2013 IBM Mobile User Experience
17 Jan 2013 [UIE Webinar] Sketching for Understanding with Nathan Curtis
29 Nov 2012 [UIE Webinar] Solutions for a World of Countless Devices with Peter-Paul Koch
26 Nov 2012 [Invited Speaker] Beyond Mobile: Where No Geek Has Gone Before with Josh Clark
15 Nov 2012 [Workshop] Lean UX: Getting Out of the Deliverables Business with Jeff Gothelf
08 Nov 2012 World Usability Day 2012: Usability of Financial Systems with Cliff Anderson (Ally Financial)
25 Oct 2012 [UIE Webinar] Mapping the User Experience with Chris Risdon
18 Oct 2012 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "Designing for Emotion"
17 Oct 2012 [Workshop] Silver Bullets for Getting Buy-in for UX Research with Tomer Sharon (Google)
11 Oct 2012 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "Designing for Emotion"
13 Sep 2012 Designing an Optimal Tablet User Experience (Panel Discussion)
04 Sep 2012 [UIE Webinar] Content Strategy for Mobile with Karen McGrane
14 Aug 2012 [UIE Webinar] Start Full Screen: Organize, Communicate, & Annotate HTML Prototypes with Nathan Curtis
26 Jul 2012 [Guest Lecturer] Affordances and their Importance to UX Practitioners (Co-Sponsored with Bloomberg)
18 Jul 2012 [Workshop] UX Tune-Up with Carol Barnum
10 Jul 2012 [UIE Webinar] Championing Contextual Research in Your Organization with Steve Portigal
28 Jun 2012 [UX Book Club] Raleigh Book Discussion of "Mobile First"
21 Jun 2012 [UX Book Club] Durham Book Discussion of "Mobile First"
20 Jun 2012 [Community Event] UX Design and Research Process
12 Jun 2012 [UIE Webinar] Discussing Design - The Art of Critique with Adam Connor
17 May 2012 [UIE Webinar] The Design Choices You Make for Information: How to Create Great Data Visualizations with Brian Suda
26 Apr 2012 [Community Event] UX Prototyping Tools
10 Apr 2012 [UIE Webinar] Telling the Right Story with Data Visualizations with Noah Iliinsky
10 Apr 2012 [UX Book Club] Kickoff & Pre-Webinar Social
27 Mar 2012 [UIE Webinar] The Mobile Frontier With Rachel Hinman
12 Jan 2012 [UIE Webinar] Buttons Are A Hack: The New Rules Of Designing For Touch
07 Dec 2011 [UIE Webinar] Lean UX: Getting Out of the Deliverables Business
17 Nov 2011 [UIE Webinar] Persuading Your Users through Visualization: The Quest for Emotional Engagement
10 Nov 2011 World Usability Day 2011: Education: Designing for Social Change
20 Oct 2011 [UIE Webinar] Gamestorming — Brainstorming Games for Team Creativity: Creating an Environment for Innovation with Dave Gray
05 Oct 2011 [Workshop] Tapworthy Mobile Design and User Experience Workshop With Josh Clark
04 Oct 2011 [Workshop] User eXperience 101
27 Sep 2011 [Community Event] Building HTML5/CSS3 Applications
07 Sep 2011 [Community Event] Myths and Misconceptions of Usability Testing
01 Sep 2011 [UIE Webinar] Story Mapping for UX Practitioners: Tying Agile & UX Together
11 Aug 2011 [UIE Webinar] 6 Lessons for Online Content Curation: Museum as Muse
09 Aug 2011 [Community Event] Posting Our Hearts Out: Understanding Online Self-Discourse for Better Designs
05 Jul 2011 [Community Event] Facebook Product Design
30 Jun 2011 [UIE Webinar] CSS3 with Dan Rubin
23 Jun 2011 [UIE Webinar] Plays Well With Others: Survival Skills for Design Teams with Dan Brown of EightShapes
16 Jun 2011 [Community Event] Prosthetic Mobile Computing
09 Jun 2011 [UIE Webinar] Ajax, A Deeper Dive with Derek Featherstone (CANCELED TODAY)
03 Jun 2011 [Partner Event] Triangle Startup Weekend
25 May 2011 [Community Event] Effective Data Visualization Panel
19 May 2011 [UIE Webinar] Designing with Scenarios, Putting Personas to Work with Kim Goodwin
28 Apr 2011 [UIE Webinar] Search as a Multichannel Experience with Pete Bell of Endeca
26 Apr 2011 [Community Event] Designing Narrative-Centered Learning Environments
21 Apr 2011 [UIE Webinar] From PDFs to HTML Prototypes with Nathan Curtis, EightShapes
07 Apr 2011 [UIE Webinar] User Research Analysis Events with Steve Portigal
17 Mar 2011 [UIE Webinar] Mobile Design: Designing Tapworthy Mobile Apps
17 Mar 2011 [Workshop] MoreBetterLabs: Practical Usability Testing
08 Mar 2011 [Guest Lecturer] "We Live Here: Why Information Architecture Matters" with Andrew Hinton
24 Feb 2011 [UIE Webinar] Information Design with Noah Iliinsky
17 Feb 2011 [UIE Webinar] The Secrets of Great UX Documentation with Dan Brown
03 Feb 2011 [UIE Webinar] A Practical Approach to Better Project Kickoffs with Kevin Hoffman
14 Dec 2010 [Social Event] UX-mas Party
09 Dec 2010 [UIE Webinar] A Deeper Dive on the UX-Team-of-One Theory with Leah Buley
18 Nov 2010 [UIE Webinar] Visual Design for Web Applications with David Rivers
11 Nov 2010 World Usability Day 2010
04 Nov 2010 [UIE Webinar] Seductive Interaction Design With Stephen Anderson
01 Nov 2010 [Social Event] Beverage User Interface: Post-Workshop
01 Nov 2010 [Workshop] Good Design Faster: An all-day workshop with Leah Buley
14 Oct 2010 [UIE Webinar] AJAX Essentials with Derek Featherstone
06 Oct 2010 [Community Event] A Strategic Approach to Metrics for User Experience Designers
30 Sep 2010 [UIE Webinar] Writing Vibrant, Compelling Web Copy
23 Sep 2010 [Community Event] A Day In The Life Of A UX Professional - Panel Discussion Co-Hosted By TRIUPA And UNC ASIS&T
16 Sep 2010 [UIE Webinar] Organization Schemes with Donna Spencer
26 Aug 2010 [UIE Webinar] Online Persuasion with Bryan & Jeffrey Eisenberg
05 Aug 2010 [UIE Webinar] Storytelling For UX With Whitney Quesenbery
20 Jul 2010 [Social Event] UX Trivia Night
15 Jul 2010 [Community Event] Healthcare Part 2: A Human Factors Approach to Patient Queuing in a Children’s Clinic
15 Jul 2010 [UIE Webinar] Remote Usability Testing with Nate Bolt
08 Jul 2010 [Partner Event] Introduction to UX - UNC Webmasters Meeting with Abe Crystal
23 Jun 2010 [UIE Webinar] Search Analytics, With Louis Rosenfeld
17 Jun 2010 [Community Event] Real World Content Strategy
15 Jun 2010 [Community Event] Ethnography: Because Customers Don’t Always DO What They SAY
03 Jun 2010 [UIE Webinar] Content Strategy, With Kristina Halvorson
21 May 2010 [Community Event] Designers Korner Durham #3
12 Nov 2009 World Usability Day 2009
09 Sep 2009 [Workshop] Modeling Concepts: New IA Techniques for a Web 2.0 World (Full-Day Workshop)
27 Aug 2009 [Community Event] Death To The Spec: Building A Testable Prototype Using Axure

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