Let’s talk UX. The Web Afternoon, UX Edition was designed with you in mind. You dream in wireframes and so do the thought leaders waiting to mingle with you. Their talks are practical–real world tips and tricks you can put into action immediately. You’ll leave equipped and inspired to get back to doing what you do best.
Four speakers and a panel of thought leaders bring the latest and greatest in UX that’s relevant to you. At the end of it all plan to mingle together and indulge in a libation or two.
Web Afternoon will minimize the fluff to focus on providing quality content from people in the know, at a price you can afford. Every penny from their events goes straight back to help local groups and meet-ups you love. So far, thousands of dollars have been generated for Web and technology-focused groups. And it’s just getting started.
Interested? Check out the details & register today.
1 PM-6 PM
Polygon, Atlantic Station
264 19th St. NW #2250
Atlanta, GA 30363
Meet the speakers:
Jacklyn Burgan, UX Strategist: Jacklyn is a user experience researcher and organizer of Ladies That UX Atlanta. She’s passionate about usability, empathetic design, and collaboration. Jacklyn is a firm believer that educating the future leaders is just as important as eating your greens; she advocates engineering and user experience career paths to young women. In her free time, you can find her on the competitive dance floor, or walking the Beltline with her dog.
Lea Alcantara is the lead designer for Bright Umbrella, where she helps paint an accurate and attractive reflection of her clients’ brands through color, type, and code. She speaks at conferences like SXSW, ConvergeSE and Web Afternoon, and co-hosts CTRL+CLICK CAST, one of .net Magazine’s Top 10 podcasts of 2011, 2014 and 2015. She also loves Disney show tunes, the Food Network, and kittens.
Joel Beukelman: Joel is a UX Designer on Android and a SoCal native. He hosts The Balance Podcast. Previous employers include Netflix and AppStack. In addition to design, he loves craft beer and tattoos.