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schedule for IA Summit

I’m flying into Miami Thursday night. Not much planned for Friday: recovering, catching up with Mags & Henning to check we’re ok for our panel .

I never stick to my schedule but currently I’m intending to see the following:

Keynote: Journey to the Center of Design – Jared Spool
Do real people really use tag clouds? – Garrick Schmitt
IA management fable: The little UX that went a long way – Dan Willis
Peer coaching – support for UX managers – Margaret Hanley
Inspiration from the edge: New pattersn for interface design – Stephen Anderson

Taxonomy is user experience – Dave Cooksey
Content page design best practices (repeat) – Luke Wroblewski
Search patterns – Peter Morville
Developing junior programmes in UX teams – Henning Fischer, Margaret Hanley & me
What do innovative intranets look like? – James Robertson
E-service: What we can learn from the customer-service gurus

Embodying IA: Incorporating library 2.0 and experience integration … – Michael Magoolaghan
How to set up and run participatory design sessions – Greg Nudelman
Data driven design research personas – Todd Zaki Warfel
IA for tiny stuff: Exploring widgets and gadgets – Martin Belam
What are your users really thinking? – David Robins
Closing Plenary: Linkosophy – Andrew Hinton

I fly out straight after for a night flight back to London. I normally do this as hanging around once the summit is over can be a strangely flat experience.

I’ll probably be in work on Tuesday morning. I’m not that committed but I find that ploughing through several days of email is as good a way as any of staying awake and beating the jet-lag.

Written by Karen

April 6th, 2008 at 3:46 pm