IxDA Cincy Presents: "Gathering Insights" with Jennifer King, Sr UX at HP
Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The August IxDA Cincinnati event will feature a presentation on Gathering Insights: using research to understand your customer prior to engagement and how to apply those learning within the project work.
About Our Speaker
Jennifer King is a Senior User Experience Architect in Consulting Services at HP. She brings over 15 years of operational experience in the information architecture discipline with 10 years specifically working on automotive website operations and user experience. From 2001 to 2006, Jennifer worked on all consumer facing websites and online media campaigns for Ford Division, including fordvehicles.com, the primary website for consumers researching Ford vehicles, with over a million unique visitors a month. At EDS and HP she has worked extensively on project work in addition to sales pursuit opportunities. She brings demonstrated expertise in applying information architecture principles and usability findings to improve user experience and satisfaction.
5:30-6:15 pm: Networking, exchanging of ideas, business cards and refreshments
6:15-7:15 pm: Introductions and presentation
7:15-7:30 pm: Informal discussion, networking
HP will host the event in their Cincinnati Office, and refreshments will be provided. For parking, several garages are loated within a block of the office. Attendees will need to arrive by 6 pm so security can let them in. We will be gathering in Room TER-115.
About Our Host
HP is a Fortune 500 companies in a wide range of industries and government organizations and are experienced inmultiple platforms and technologies. Our user experience team has been immersed in technology and seasoned from the age of the green screen to responsive design. From crash-test labs to airports, our team is designed to solve your problems.
When & Where
We believe superior user experience is directly linked with great interaction design, and that idea sharing is key in building knowledge and creating best in class experiences.