226 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

Description: You’re a developer. You write code. But your users don’t see your code. They only see the user interface. We’re going to have a conversation about how to think through your product’s user interface. We’ll focus on a few analytical techniques you can use to analyze your user interface and to communicate with a designer. Speaker: Jess’s fascination with rapidly prototyping products led him to building applications for the web where he contributed to several startups. 60% developer, 40% designer, and 100% ninja, he brings a singular focus on the end-user to any product he works on. Jess is a principal at Relevance (http://www.thinkrelevance.com).

Official Website: http://www.refreshthetriangle.org

Added by peytoncrump on May 3, 2010



Looking forward to hearing some ninja techniques! ;-)


Awesome! Count me in.


By the way, street parking is free after 5:00 and the parking decks often open up after 9:00 (so you don't have to pay if you leave later than that). Sweet!


I'll try not to flip out and kill people ;-)

Seriously though, excited to share some fun exercises I've been working on to enable a collaborative design process.

Lisa Creech Bledsoe

Jess is a dangerous man. Bring him gifts of wine. ; )

Brian Henderson

We're glad to be hosting. Ninjas will be asked to keep the blood of their victims off the carpets and walls.