World Usability Day Seattle
November 1, 2006 at 9:46 PM
Blue Flavor, Deaton Interactive Design, and Puget Sound SIGCHI are proud to present World Usability Day Seattle. Join us for this open house event; There will be plenty of drinks and socializing to celebrate World Usability Day.
Activities for the evening include social hour, a round table discussion, PS-SIGCHI membership signup drive, and tours of Blue Flavor's new usability lab. Steve Krug has also given us 4 signed copies of his book Don't Make Me Think! for us to give out at the event. The festivities begin at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, November 14th at Blue Flavor in Fremont near the Troll.
And don't forget to join the "World's largest online card-sort" event on World Usability Day, sponsored by the Society for Technical Communication. Sign-up at http://www.stc.org/wud/.
Also be sure to post your best and worst usability experiences to the Making Life Easy blog, and vote for others as inductees to our inaugural Usability Hall of Fame and Hall of Shame (to be announced 14 November 06). For more information visit http://www.makinglifeeasy.org/
For more information including contact information, venue address, and RSVP information please visit the official World Usability Day Seattle event page.
This looks interesting - I'll be visiting Seattle from DSM that week. Is it worth attending?