Tori Breitling, coordinator
On twitter? Follow @atxuxbookclub or visit http://twitter.com/atxuxbookclub for updates
Also, please join: http://groups.google.com/group/austin-ux-book-club (this has been overrun with spam and isn't moderated any more, most discussion happens on the IXDA group now)
The Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=43317710317
No time to read? If you are interested in hearing about other types of UX activities in Austin, you can also join: http://ixdaaustin.ning.com/
For our 6th meeting:
The Book Club will be taking a break in August.
projekt202, 908 E. 5th St. Suite 107, Austin, TX 78702
Next door to Progress Coffee, facing 5th St.
Questions? email me at tori.breitling AT gmail DOT com
The UX Book Club Austin seeks to enhance the abilities and knowledge of user experience professionals from information architects and interaction designers to visual designers and usability specialists to augment their understanding for excellence in UX practice, ixd design theory while building a passionate local community.
Subjects of interest to this club span design theory, design research and user experience research practices and processes. The books include the strategy and business of design, UX design theory and history, methodology, usability research, and the ethics of UX professionals, while networking and having some fun.
In this first year, we will read, review, and discuss approximately 8 books. Moderation and discussion lead will rotate throughout the group so that everyone eventually gets a chance to frame the conversation and contribute to group learning. I have taken the liberty of choosing the first book to jump start the group, but afterwards books will be chosen by some democratic mechanism based on group interest.
Books to Consider
Please note: while you are welcome to add your name to the list below, please join
the google groups http://ixdaaustin.ning.com/ as well – that's the BEST way to make sure you don't miss anything. - thanks, Tori
Here is where you add your name and contact information to be part of the group. Please add your name in the AT DOT format to make it a bit harder for spammers to harvest your emails. - Tori