Events

Next COUPA MEETING:

March 24th, 2010 
 
 

Topic: Case Study – Embedding iRise into UX Practices

Presneter(s): Phillip Diol, Monica Longmire and Jason Tseng

Time : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM  

 

Place: JP Morgan Chase,  McCoy Center, 1111 Plaris Parkway, Columbus, OH

Past Event

20 students – 20 thoughts on UX 

As the field of user experience matures, many of us have projected what the future of the discipline will be. The fact of the matter is, we don’t have the foggiest idea. With the acceleration of technology, user expectations, social media, and globalization, it is obvious that our knowledge base will require fluidity, flexibility, and foresight. What better way to get a glimpse of the future then talking to the people that will shape it… students.

The June COUPA meeting will feature a presentation of “20 students – 20 thoughts on UX”. You’ll see and hear the perspectives and projections of 20 OSU graduate and undergraduate students on the topic of user experience and usability. You’ll be surprised at what you’ll learn.

Presented by OSU Design Graduate Students Alan Cochran, Aaron Ganci, and Bruno Ribeiro, in collaboration with Professor R. Brian Stone.

 The Ohio State University

Page Hall PA

Room 0020

Building 061

1810 College Rd

Columbus, OH 43210

The Ohio Union Parking garage is located just to the south, and Page Hall is on the Oval (just off High Street).

http://www.osu.edu/map/building.php?building=061

 

 

Other events details coming soon ….

 
 
 

McCoy Center

1111 Polaris Parkway

Columbus, Ohio 43230

 
 

McCoy Center

1111 Polaris Parkway

Columbus, Ohio 43230

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