Menu
Log in

Upcoming Events

Monday, July 20


UX Spins

Keith Instone, Dexterity UX

What is user experience, really? In industry and organizations, there are many "spins" on what "UX" represents including a mindset, methodology, tool, strategy, community of practice, or field of study. Using an innovative and engaging format, this talk will introduce you to these Spins on User Experience so you can consider which are useful to advance UX in your organization.

Keith Instone is a user experience consultant based in Ohio, USA, who helps organizations mature their user experience practice through apprenticeship, coaching, and mentoring. Keith has been active in the user experience community since the 1990s, through efforts like World Usability Day, UXnet, and 24 Hours of UX. His career has spanned roughly equal time in academia (HCI research), industry (IBM), and consulting. He previously delivered a presentation to TorCHI in 2008 about the information architecture of ibm.com.


RSVP   Free attendance

Join TorCHI  Membership $20/year











v



Past Events





Does AI Mean Data Visualization is Dead 

Jamie Waese, Anne Stevens, Afrooz Samaei, IBM  

AI & Info Viz Talk IBM Cognos Team Slides 




   


About TorCHI

TorCHI is a professional association of people in the Toronto UX community.

Our diverse membership includes people with backgrounds in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Engineering, User Experience (UX), User Experience Research (UXR), Information Architecture (IA), Design Thinking, Usability, and Design among others. As well, our members include professionals, academics, and students.

TorCHI was founded in 1990  as the local chapter of ACM's SIGHI, the Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction.

We offer ways to learn, share and network.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software