nexUX: The Triangle's Emerging Center for What's Next in User Experience (Free Event)

  • 17 Apr 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • James B. Hunt Jr. Library, 4th Floor Teaching and Visualization Lab, 1070 Partners Way, Raleigh, NC 27606
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Benjamin Watson, PhD.
Associate Professor, NC State University
Director, Visual Experience Lab

Join the Triangle UXPA on Wednesday, February 12 for a talk by Ben Watson at NC State University in Raleigh. Registration is free for this event. 


6-6:30 Networking and pizza by the Common Grounds Cafe (just outside the auditorium)

6:30-8 Talk and discussion
About the Talk

Researchers and practitioners at NC State and nearby are coming together around the problems and questions raised by pervasive technology to form nexUX, a center dedicated to understanding what's next in user experience. As technology permeates our lives, its impact is much deeper than efficiency. It affects the whole person, including emotion, cognition and behavior; and more broadly community and society. Through research, practice, teaching and outreach, nexUX will create understanding of these effects, and apply that understanding so that technology will do what it was designed to do: improve our lives. Please bring and share your ideas; our plans for nexUX are still forming. 

About the Speaker

Benjamin Watson is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at North Carolina State University. His Visual Experience Lab focuses on the engineering of visual experience, and spans the intersections between graphics, perception, design, and interaction. Much of his work has migrated to the mobile platform, as the most pervasive of visual interfaces. Watson is an ACM and senior IEEE member. He earned his doctorate at the Graphics, Visualization and Usability Center of the Georgia Institute of Technology.


James B. Hunt Jr. Library, Teaching & Visualization Lab
1070 Partners Way, Raleigh, NC 27606

Parking: Free. After 5pm, you don't need a permit to park in the deck marked shown in purple and labeled "Oval West Visitor Parking" on the map at
There are also 20-30 spaces just south of that parking deck -- between the deck and the library.   More information at:
Parking information from NCSU.

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