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Please join us at* Intuit* on Tuesday, February 20th at 7:00pm.  * Joseph
Selbie *will present techniques to conduct *Experience Design in Real Time*.
For more details and directions, see:
http://www.baychi.org/calendar/20070220/<http://www.baychi.org/calendar/20061017/>

7:00pm: Snacks & Socializing
7:30pm: Presentation

We look forward to seeing you there!
Jenny Gove, Kimberly Paluch, Sergio Paluch, Mary VanRiper, Emily Hebard &
Kaaren Hanson
(BayCHI UE BOF and Bay Area UPA leaders)

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Talk - Experience Design in Real Time



Doing your experience design in cross discipline workshops  real time
design  will significantly speed up your time to completion cycle, greatly
improve your final design and is a creative pleasure. Done poorly, design
workshops can border on being nightmares. Done well, design workshops can be
pure magic. You'll learn what you need to have done before the workshop, the
ideal players to have at the workshop, how to conduct a multi-day workshop,
what you will and won't get done in the workshop, and how to finish it all
up when the workshop is over. The presentation will use an actual case study
of a workshop as an example.

*Bio - Joseph Selbie*

Joseph Selbie is a founder and the CEO of Tristream. Founded in 1995,
Tristream specializes in web-delivered application design. Extremely
hands-on, Selbie's project roles include team lead, experience designer,
business analyst, and workflow analyst. He is particularly adept at helping
enterprises maximize the opportunity that new applications provide to
increase productivity and ROI through improved workflow and usability.

Joseph is the co-author of: Best Team Practices for Designing the User
Strategy, User Experience, and User Interface for Web Applications
<http://www.tristream.com/tristream/publications/bps.html>; by Joseph Selbie
and Michael Coombs, Study Advisor: Jacob Nielsen. The book is the result of
an 18 month long study conducted by Tristream into the best team practices
for developing web applications. Companies studied include Nokia, KPMG and
Cendant.

Tristream's work for Cisco's "I-deal" enterprise application was recognized
by Nielsen Norman Group in their "Top Ten Intranets of 2001."  Selbie has
been a featured speaker at the Nielsen Norman Group's User Experience
Conferences and recently trained Harvard University's application
development teams. Tristream's web application design process at major
enterprises such as Cisco, KPMG, Adaptec, and Cendant is at the leading edge
of the merger of traditional software development and emerging Web
development processes.

Selbie is passionate and evangelical about experience design. His dream: one
company, one interface  a completely integrated web experience within a
major company; public website, intranet, extranet, applications and customer
interactions all through the same robust user interface.

*Location*
Intuit
2550 Garcia Ave - Building 5
Mountain View, CA 94043

Directions: http://www.baychi.org/calendar/20061017/directions/

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