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Join us for the 2023 Triangle UXPA World Usability Day celebration on November 8th at 6:00pm at the Carolina Club at UNC - Chapel Hill for networking, dinner, and 2 talks!!!!
This year's theme is "Collaboration and Cooperation".
Registration closes 2 days before the event (November 6th). If you register for the event but can no longer attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can open up your spot for someone else.
6:00-7:00 pm - Networking & Dinner
7:00-7:15 pm - Introductions
8:00-8:45pm - Talk #2 by Matthew Rogers
8:45-9:00 pm - Wrap up & Networking
Talk #1: The Art of Cooperation and Collaboration by Jamal Cromity, Optum.
Ways to improve UX interaction within cross-functional teams. You will often see in the job description for UX roles, the ability to work within or lead cross-functional teams. For many businesses this is now a common practice. However, it has its challenges and today more than ever, designers need to be able to navigate through the merging ideologies that inherently come with people from different roles working together.
Sr.UX Manager for Optum
Jamal is an experienced Sr. UX Manager at Optum, a healthcare tech company. With 15 years of UX design expertise and degrees from NCCU and NYIT, he's a certified professional since 2008. Jamal specializes in mobile apps and web services, using technologies like JAVA, Angular, and AWS. His friendly and adaptable personality (ENFJ-A) makes him a valuable leader in the UX world.
Talk #2 : Beyond the Sum: Maximizing Team Success through Collective Intelligence by Matthew Rogers, WillowTree Apps
Collective intelligence is the ability of a group to solve complex problems beyond the sum of individual abilities. This being said, maximizing collective intelligence doesn’t just mean stacking the team with the smartest or highest-performing people in your roster. It instead depends on deliberate collaboration and communication - emphasizing social sensitivity, diversity, participation, and cohesion across teams, stakeholders, and users.
Sr.Product Designer for WillowTree Apps
Matthew is a Sr. Product Designer with a focus on designing products for an increasingly diverse and connected world. He’s passionate about user-centric and accessible design, as well as addressing disparity and inequality in tech.
George Watts Hill Alumni Center
UNC - Chapel Hill
106 Stadium Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
See map: Google maps
Parking is available in the Rams Head parking deck next to the Hill Alumni Center. We recommend parking on Level 3 to access the walkway to the Carolina Club.
If the event fills up, you can join the waitlist. Two days before the event if there are spots available, we'll notify those on the waitlist. Any available spots will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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