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User experience guerrilla April 30, 2008

Posted by Levi in Talking.
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Yesterday we had another UXrecife’s gathering, held at Marista College. Lots of students attended to the presentations, which were about working with user experience in our city. I talked about the guerrilla strategies that we at CESAR have adopted in order to promote user experience inside a mide-sized 12-year-old technology-driven company.

UX Guerrilla

My presentation is in Portuguese, though the strategies are in English. Pictures of the gathering can be found here, here and here.

UXrecife hanging out

After the meeting, some UXrecife members went to hang out.

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1. lbalves - May 6, 2008

Well, I really envy the UX Recife group… hehehehehe… we’re trying to create an interaction design group at Belo Horizonte. I believe we’ve a lot of people who work with it, but they don’t know each other and, so, don’t share their knowledge. When everything is organized and working well, I really want to call some people from Recife for a presentation.

2. Levi - May 7, 2008

Leandro,

We had the same problem you’ve mentioned here in Recife: people just didn’t know each other! We launched UXrecife with only three people, and today – 16 months later – our local network assembles more than a hundred practitioners. Volunteering, informality and fun are our core.

I’m sure you guys will also find your way to build and mature a very strong IxD community there. Count on us from Recife to whatever you need!

3. Tássia - May 12, 2008

Olha eu ali!
Beijão Levites =)


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