Jimmy Chandler, UX designer and researcher and instructor at New York Code + Design Academy, will present the workshop Design Sprints for Learning at edUi 2018. We wanted to get to know him a little better, so we asked him a few questions.
edUi 2018 speaker and guest blogger Vera Rhoads discusses some current use cases for chatbots as an emerging method to deliver accurate and consistent information and the potential for chatbot use in higher ed to benefit the student experience.
In honor of the tenth edUi conference this year, NewCity President David Poteet reflects on how our industry has changed, what difference we’ve made over the last decade, and how we can continue to grow in the next 10 years.
As we prepare to celebrate the 10th annual edUi conference this October, we’d love to hear about your edUi experiences, memories, and lessons learned. We’re not 100% sure exactly what we’ll do with these, but you should assume that they’ll be made publ …
It’s easy to get wrapped up in the name “edUi” (a concatenation of .edu and UI) and assume that everything in this conference is about design, user experience, and content management. As a programmer you may be asking yourself “Is this conference for me?” 2018 edUi Program Team member Michael Szul, says “Yes!” Here’s his breakdown of everything we have to offer veteran and aspiring coders.
Jeremy Keith, author of books such as Resilient Web Design and Going Offline and co-founder/developer at design agency Clearleft, will present the keynote “The Way of the Web” at edUi 2018. We wanted to get to know him a little better, so we asked him a few questions.
Our schedule is live! Three inspiring keynotes, three hands-on half-day workshops, two mini-workshops, and thirty-two talks, panels, and discussions make for two and a half days of UX and UI goodness all custom curated for web pros working in higher ed …
With all three workshops announced, registration is officially open! As we all learned last year, you just never know who’s going to show up at edUi. But we want you to be here. So it’s time to register! Register Now » We have a great line-up of …
One of the hottest techniques in UX today is the 5-day design sprint. But design sprints don’t have to be 5 days — they can be done in as little as a few hours and still be a valuable tool for learning, as you’ll see in this workshop.
Baratunde Thurston is a futurist comedian, writer, and cultural critic who ran digital strategy for The Onion, authored a New York Times best-selling book How To Be Black, helped relaunch The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, and whose coverage of the 2008 Democratic National Convention has been archived by the Library of Congress.