Thursday, March 30
Democracy as a design problem
Democracy is a design problem. Solving that problem means improving the voter experience and inviting participation. It takes skills in plain language, accessibility, information design and user research to make government responsive and give everyone’s voice a chance to be heard.
Whitney Quesenbery runs the Center for Civic Design. She has also authored three books on user experience: A Web for Everyone, Storytelling for User Experience, and Global UX: Design and Research in a Connected World.
Does AI Mean Data Visualization is Dead
Jamie Waese, Anne Stevens, Afrooz Samaei, IBM
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Our diverse membership includes people with backgrounds in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Engineering, User Experience (UX), User Experience Research (UXR), Information Architecture (IA), Design Thinking, Usability, and Design among others. As well, our members include professionals, academics, and students.
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