Ever wanted to speak at a national UX conference? The upcoming 2011 IA Summit is interested in finding new speakers that want to contribute their voices to the UX community. Dan Willis Has a great post up on the IA Summit blog, "Fresh Voices," that encourages anyone interested in speaking to submit their ideas:
If you have never presented at the IA Summit, we are particularly interested in what you have to say and how you can help us make the 2011 more interesting and diverse. And if you haven't had much occasion to present before, this is a great opportunity: We have a group of experienced volunteers eager to work with you one-on-one as you frame your content, coach you on its delivery and support you while you develop your presentation. So don't delay, propose a session now.
If you haven't been to the IA Summit before, I highly recommend it. It's one of the best UX conferences I've ever attended, a great way to meet new people who share your passions, or even connect with your UX heroes.
I would love to see the Triangle's active UX community represented at national conferences like the IA Summit. There's a ton of talent, experience, and great ideas in this area, and it's time we shared it.
To learn more, follow @iasummit on Twitter or visit IASummit.org!