Banff, Alberta
Banff, Alberta

CanUX brings together industry leaders, hands-on activities, and working design and technology professionals.

For two and a half days, participants work in the middle of breathtaking scenery matched by a mix of practical tools and inspiring brand-new ideas. Unlike a typical conference, CanUX focuses on sessions that are long enough to give hands-on experience with the topics at hand. With a cap of 70 attendees and the retreat-like atmosphere of the venue, there is a special camaraderie among participants.


Lou Rosenfeld, founding figure in modern information architecture, author of the best selling Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, and publisher at Rosenfeld Media.

David Armano, VP of Experience Design with Critical Mass and purveyor of the the popular blog Logic+Emotion.

Derek Featherstone, leading authority on accessibility and its implications for user experience.

Kes and Sue Sampanthar, founders of Metamemes, producer of generative thinking tools and experts in moving beyond brainstorming for innovation.

Brad Nemer, Product Portfolio Manager for Motorola’s Asian 3G business, and pioneer in combining business and design thinking.

Jess McMullin, business and design evangelist, advocate for increasing practitioners’ influence in the organizations they serve, CanUX program chair and nForm User Experience founder.

Gene Smith, author of the definitive book on tagging, coming early 2008 from New Riders, and principal at nForm User Experience.

The Banff Leadership Arts Ensemble, world-renowned facilitators who work to help executives develop leadership capacity through the combination of the arts, creativity, and leadership principles.


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Single Accommodation $CDN 899+GST
Double Accomodation $CDN 799+GST

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Added by atomiq on April 3, 2007