Sessions at UX Camp Brighton 2011 about User Experience

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Saturday 1st October 2011

  • Event description

    The event will allow people to share and learn in an open environment. Every attendees contributes by running a 25 minute session and all are treated equally. It could be it a talk, demo or discussion. No headliners, no product pitches, just a friendly (if intense) event focused on sharing and socialising as well as learning new stuff.

    It is free to attend and tickets will go quickly, so for the latest information check us out on our website http://www.uxcampbrighton.org/, Twitter @UXCampBrighton, (hashtag #uxcb11), or track us here on http://lanyrd.com/2011/uxcampbri....

    At 9:30am to 10:00am, Saturday 1st October

    Coverage liveblog

  • Choosing the Right Words - Web Intents/Actions

    by Glenn Jones

    Chrome and Mozilla are working on a new concept called Web Intents/Actions. It extends the hyperlink idea, allowing sites to share features and functionality. A big part of the idea revolves around creating a collection of verbs (calls to action). I want to do a workshop, explaining the Web Intents concept and then ask the following questions:
    How do we define 'the right words'?
    How do you sort services into collections under a word?
    How do you come up with calls to action that work with the broadest audience?

    At 12:30pm to 1:00pm, Saturday 1st October