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Hello UXPA community, and welcome to the first Presidents Corner blog post.  Over the next two months I'll be blogging once or twice a week on what is going on with UXPA.  Each post will feature a different area of our organization.  For the past few years we have been reinventing what UXPA is from the ground up.  It hasn't always been easy or fun, but we are in a place right...
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The User Experience Professionals Association is thrilled to announce the dates and venue for its 23rd Annual International Conference! The conference will be held 21-24 July, 2014, at the Park Plaza Hotel(Westminster Bridge) in London, UK. We are excited to have secured a world-class hotel in an amazing location, just a short walk from the London Eye, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey,...
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Sharing perspectives and ideas can stimulate creativity. With this in mind, the new issue of User Experience magazine hears from authors with unique perspectives and experiences as it takes a look at the lessons we can learn from hearing from others in the UX community.
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Want to know more about usability and accessibility? Attend this three-day virtual conference co-sponsored by UXPA and the STC Education Committee.  
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Well, I’ve had a few weeks distance from the UXPA conference in DC: time enough to recuperate and reflect. For those of you who couldn’t make it to the conference in DC, we missed you. We missed your conversation, your company at meals, your insightful presentations, your stimulating questions. And I’d like to share a little bit of what you missed in the hopes that we’ll see you very soon at...
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This issue of User Experience Magazine explores perspectives on the future of technology, society, communication, and user interaction. In recent years, user experience researchers, designers, and others have shown renewed interest in science fiction media, applying the critical skills of our profession to the implied or stated personas, use scenarios, technology platforms, and cultural/social...
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