UNT's College of Visual Arts and Design and its New College in Frisco, Texas are teaming to bring in three internationally acclaimed UXD and IXD speakers and workshop facilitators to operate its inaugural "Night-&-Day" lecture + workshop series in May and June of 2017. These two-day events will be hosted at UNT's newly opened New College facility at 2811 Internet Boulevard, Frisco, Texas 75034. Each uniquely themed Friday night lecture will run from 7:00 to 8:30 pm, and will be followed by a day-long workshop dedicated to furthering participants' skills and knowledge of the topic introduced the night before. Attending and participating in each of these individual Night-and-Day events is $725.00; attending only the lecture costs $15.00. Attendance at and participation in ALL THREE Night-and-Day events (lectures+workshops) can be purchased for $1,950.00, which results in a net savings of $225.00.
To learn more about "Deconstructing Delight," the lecture + workshop that will be facilitated by world-renowned User Experience Design consultant and entrepreneur Jared Spool (pictured at left) on May 5th and 6th, please click here.
To learn more about "Storytelling for User Experience," the lecture + workshop that will be facilitated by the broadly acclaimed Usability and User Experience consultant and author Whitney Quesenbery on May 19 and 20, please click here.
To learn more about "Mapping User Experiences," the lecture + workshop that will be facilitated by eminent Mapping and Diagramming expert Jim Kalbach on June 23 and 24, please click here.