Northern User Experience is an informal community for people interested in usability, HCI, information design and all aspects of the user experience. Our membership is as diverse as the field itself, with developers, academics, usability specialists, accessibility experts and technical authors all represented. Whatever your interest in usability, we hope you will find something useful here.
We meet on the first Wednesday of the month to learn, debate and socialise. Usually there is a presentation, followed by a discussion and a visit to the pub, but the group drives the agenda, and we have plans to include more practical sessions, such as a UI problem-solving workshop.
Meetings are free and open to all. We are unfunded, and rely on the goodwill and energy of our members to contribute and make the meetings work. If you have something interesting to share with the group, and are willing to put together a short presentation, please get in touch.
* Next meeting venue - Leeds?
* Progress of the new blog and mailing list, end-of-life for the yahoo group.
* Future presentations.
* The main feature - Chris Collingridge on Usability in an Agile Development Environment.
Official Website: http://northern-user-experience.org/
Added by david_hawdale on May 6, 2008