Next Wed 24 Sep (ie in 9 days time) we have a special night at the Sydney Business & Technology User Group (SBTUG).
The amazing August de los Reyes is flying in to present on Creating Emotion in Software. August is an acclaimed presenter, coming to Sydney to keynote at the world famous Web Directions South. And weâ€™ve got him at SBTUG! Donâ€™t miss this.
(A big shout out to Michael Kordahi for setting it up â€“ thanks DG)
And the night continues on strong with Mitch Denny following on afterwards with his presentation on the Evolution of Enterprise Software Development.
Hereâ€™s all the details:
- Time: 6pm (until approx 8:30pm)
- Where: Microsoft, North Ryde
- Contact: Craig Bailey : 0413 489 388
- Cost: Free (Pizza all provided)
- More details: www.sbtug.com
Business: August de los Reyes presenting on Emotional Design: Creating emotion in software.
Predicting the Past: Emotional Design and a Vision for Microsoft Surface
A new inflection point in human-computer interaction is upon us. Along with other technologies, Microsoft Surface marks a departure from graphical user interface or GUI into the world of Natural User Interface or NUI. This talk begins with discussion of emotional design and its importance in the future of society. The lens shifts to how one design team is thinking about designing for a new era in which emotional intent and intuitive interaction are the imperative. Using theoretical models drawn from a mix of history, science, philosophy, and even video game design, this presentation reveals principles behind experience design for Microsoft Surface and beyond.
Technology: Mitch Denny presenting on The Evolution of Enterprise Software Development.
Mitch Denny will be leading a discussion on The Evolution of Enterprise Software Development. Current forces in the industry are challenging our traditional (and even not so traditional) approaches to developing software to meet business requirements. In this session Mitch will introduce one way that he has been approaching some internal systems development problems at Readify and looks how this approach could be used within your organisation to deliver greater business value through technology.
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See you at SBTUG next week on Wed 24 Sep 2008.