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176 Talks Found
Rebecca Rusk , Andrew Hinton , Jennifer Bonnett , Rowdy Hope , Klemens Wengert
Atlanta
Rebecca Rusk , Andrew Hinton , Jennifer Bonnett , Rowdy Hope , Klemens Wengert
Atlanta
Rebecca Rusk , Andrew Hinton , Jennifer Bonnett , Rowdy Hope , Klemens Wengert
Atlanta
Meg Green
Ann Arbor

Gender is an innate part of human existence. It is an expression of ourselves and even our culture. However, gender is not innate to our creations.

Nisreen Salka
Ann Arbor

Dark patterns are deliberate attempts to mislead users through design.

Shawn Danino
Ann Arbor

I'll be discussing choice architecture as it relates to framing policy decisions, particularly when it comes to 'nudging' people into making healthy dec

Caitlin Geier
Ann Arbor

We know that dark design patterns negatively affect a user's experience, often for the purposes of maximizing profit.

Diane Bowen
Ann Arbor

Computers are solving problems at a pace more rapid than ever before.

Andrea Neuhoff
Ann Arbor

Twenty different ways to say "no" to an idea, a request, misinformation, a design feature, ignorance, a project, coworker, alienation, your mom, your be

Peter Morville
Ann Arbor

We think we’re creating products, services, and experiences. But we’re not. We are agents of change. Our systems shape belief and behavior at scale.

Kat King
Ann Arbor

Good information architecture helps people understand what is, and helps them navigate the universe of human meaning with the same confidence they navig

Jatin Gupta
Ann Arbor

UX professionals design products to make them more engaging and usable for users, but do not always consider the potential effects of their products on

Mark Thompson-Kolar
Ann Arbor

Most usability testing and user interview education of UX professionals focuses on B2C scenarios, but B2B scenarios just as common.

As part of a major website redesign process, the UM-Dearborn Web team worked with stakeholders across the university to review and reorganize the conten