Design and UX Archive

  • In my ongoing efforts to get my blog up to date… Earlier this year (April 15th, 2014 – Tax Day!) I was invited to speak at the Ft. Worth .NET […]

    Ft. Worth .NET Users Group–10 Reasons Your Software Sucks!

    In my ongoing efforts to get my blog up to date… Earlier this year (April 15th, 2014 – Tax Day!) I was invited to speak at the Ft. Worth .NET […]

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  • Two years ago I gave the key note at the Tulsa Tech Fest – it was a lot of fun and I’m excited to be presenting there again this year! […]

    Tulsa Tech Fest 2014 – Scaling Scrum, Modern Web, Prototyping UX

    Two years ago I gave the key note at the Tulsa Tech Fest – it was a lot of fun and I’m excited to be presenting there again this year! […]

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  • Ok, I’m late.. like really late on posting this – so late, in fact, that the Big Design Conference 2014 is right around the corner! I realize that’s it’s been […]

    Big Design 2013 – Prototype Collaborate Innovate, Sketching UX

    Ok, I’m late.. like really late on posting this – so late, in fact, that the Big Design Conference 2014 is right around the corner! I realize that’s it’s been […]

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  • This week I’ll be speaking at the 7th annual InnoTech Oklahoma, the region’s largest business & technology conference & expo. I’m looking forward to this conference for two reasons. I’m […]

    Innovation and Technology–Speaking in OKC

    This week I’ll be speaking at the 7th annual InnoTech Oklahoma, the region’s largest business & technology conference & expo. I’m looking forward to this conference for two reasons. I’m […]

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  • What am I doing tonight? I *was* going to finish building my Lego Millennium Falcon.. but *instead* am heading over to the Dallas XAML User Group to here Brian Lagunas […]

    Brian Lagunas is speaking tonight at the Dallas XAML User Group

    What am I doing tonight? I *was* going to finish building my Lego Millennium Falcon.. but *instead* am heading over to the Dallas XAML User Group to here Brian Lagunas […]

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  • Yesterday I presented at the Big Design Conference in Dallas, thanks to everyone that attended the talk – I hope that you had as much fun as I did! Here […]

    Scaling Scrum with UX – Big Design Conference Dallas

    Yesterday I presented at the Big Design Conference in Dallas, thanks to everyone that attended the talk – I hope that you had as much fun as I did! Here […]

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  • Last week I presented at the DFW UPA meeting with about 7 other Big Design presenters, along with a tour of the awesome offices at Usability Sciences, we all gave […]

    Big Design is next month!

    Last week I presented at the DFW UPA meeting with about 7 other Big Design presenters, along with a tour of the awesome offices at Usability Sciences, we all gave […]

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  • Hey Dallas! I’ll be presenting tonight at the Dallas XAML User Group, meeting at the Improving offices in Addison. One of the things that I really like about the Dallas […]

    Unit Testing your UI – Tonight at the Dallas XAML User Group

    Hey Dallas! I’ll be presenting tonight at the Dallas XAML User Group, meeting at the Improving offices in Addison. One of the things that I really like about the Dallas […]

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  • Big Design Week starts Monday, and I’m thrilled to have been asked to help present on Wednesday’s workshop! I’ll be digging in to the dicey topic of UX and Agile […]

    Workshop Agile + UX

    Big Design Week starts Monday, and I’m thrilled to have been asked to help present on Wednesday’s workshop! I’ll be digging in to the dicey topic of UX and Agile […]

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  • About a year and a half ago I refreshed the look of my blog, one of the things that always bothered me was that it pretty much maintained a chronological […]

    Time for a blog refresh

    About a year and a half ago I refreshed the look of my blog, one of the things that always bothered me was that it pretty much maintained a chronological […]

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