29 30 April 2013

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RE:DESIGN/UX Design will take place in Silicon Valley on April 29–30, 2013. Like our other RE:DESIGN events, the focus is on salon-style discussions. You’ll be sitting around the table engaged in spirited conversations with industry leaders and your peers.

Our theme for 2013 is “James Bond is an Experience Designer: What UXD Can Learn from How Others Think” — As we hurtle into the future and the concept of “experiences” changes dramatically by the day, what it means to be an “experience designer” is changing, too. At RE:DESIGN/UXD we’ll dive in and see what we can learn about crafting the future of experience by thinking like a rule-breaker, a great story, a rock star and beyond.

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Day 1 from 9am to 6pm Monday 29th April 2013

Day 2 from 9am to 5pm Tuesday 30th April 2013

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  • Hitoshi Enjoji
  • Suzanne Ito
  • Naa Marteki Reed
  • Mel Lim
  • Eric Rodenbeck
  • Carrie Whitehead
  • marisagallagher
  • Punchcut
  • Josh Klenert
  • Ben Clemens
  • Jesse McMillin
  • Jeff DeVries
  • Michelle Haag
  • Peter Merholz
  • Tim Richards
  • Danny Stillion
  • Steve Tatham
  • Emily Wengert
  • Christina Wodtke
  • Daniel Ryan

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  • Christine Zoltok
  • Rodrigues Comandolli
  • David Blankenship
  • 김병환 Byeonghwan Kim
  • Theba Marando
  • Phillip Hunter
  • Kaleem
  • David Udvardy
  • gregone
  • Todd Paonessa
  • nickrathert
  • Atsushi HASEGAWA, Ph.D.
  • Daniel I Kim
  • Todd Chapin
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  • Rodrigo Santos

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