August UX Meetup: REDUX More Heated Words and Even Colder Beer!
Please join us for the next Twin Cities UX Meetup on Monday, August 9th, at the Red Stag.
The July session was such a rousing success full of conversation and discussion that we thought we’d do it again. It’s the perfect activity for summer, not too much deep thinking and a casual time.
Let’s get together and pick over some UX bones of contention! Do you have a UX topic about which you feel passionately contrary? Are people you work with doing some really stupid things that could be done in better ways? Do have better ways to do these things? Do you rant about about methods or deliverables or mindsets that frustrate you? Well, you aren’t alone….
Let’s start with some of the UX Myths from UX Myths.com
Myth #10: If your design is good, small details don’t matter
Myth #9: Design has to be original
Myth #8: Stock photos improve the users’ experience
Myth #7: Graphics will make a page element more visible
Myth #6: Accessible sites are ugly
Myth #5: Accessibility is expensive and difficult
Myth #4: Design is about making a website look good
Myth #3: People don’t scroll
Myth #2: All pages should be accessible in 3 clicks
Myth #1: People read on the web
And if none of these get your goat, bring a topic or rant of your own! PLEASE feel free to add comments to this post on the topic YOU want to discuss!
DATE & TIME
Monday, August 9
6pm – 8pm
Red Stag Supperclub
509 First Ave. NE, Minneapolis
Your Twin Cities UX Meetup organizers:
Garrick Van Buren