Randy Salzman, co-author of Design Thinking for the Greater Good, gives us an overview of the topic and touches on the benefits and uses of Design Thinking and human-centered design in corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations and agencies.
Jason Cranford Teague talks ageism in the tech industry and Mary Cook will provide useful tip on how to recruit the best testers.
Guest blogger Jeremy Cherry discusses the importance of rules in design and provides a sneak peek into his edUi 2017 talk on digital brand systems.
Guest blogger Adrienne Lai discusses the importance of embracing user obstacles to benefit the broader user community.
Guest blogger Elissa Frankle, a DC-based museum educator, gives us a glimpse into her edUi 2017 public square, Anything But Users: How We Talk About Humans.
Nick DeNardis, director of Web Communications at Wayne State University and technical director for TEDxDetroit, is leading the Analytics Workshop at this year’s edUi conference. We wanted to get to know him better, so we asked him a few questions.
Guest blogger Joe Sokohl of LiquidHub discusses his experience speaking at conferences and provides some tips for edUi first-time speakers.
Get pumped! We’re thrilled to announce our final keynote speaker—Kevin M. Hoffman, founder of Seven Heads Design and author of Meeting Design for Managers, Makers, and Everyone, has joined the edUi lineup alongside keynotes Cory Doctorow and Sara Wachter-Boettcher.
Our first spotlight is long-time attendee Karen Wolf, technology coordinator for University Life at George Mason University (GMU). Read on to hear more about why Karen comes to edUi each year and how she uses the information in her job at GMU.
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