Registration: Summer 2020 Study Abroad – Human-Centered Design in London, Feb 15

Registration: Summer 2020 Study Abroad – Human-Centered Design in London

Deadline: Applications due by February 15, 2020.

WHEN: Aug. 22 – Sept. 12, 2020
CREDITS: 5
TUITION: $4,250 financial aid and scholarships available
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Feb. 15, 2020

Explore critical practice rooted in London’s vibrant Design culture!

Join Human Centered Design & Engineering faculty members Drs. Brock Craft and Tyler Fox on an international exploration of Experience Design. London is a globally significant crossroads for creative cultures of all kinds, and has a thriving Design and UX scene. The city presents opportunities for developing a deeper understanding of how to engineer interactions and experiences. The program is designed for students who are eager to explore experience design in the diverse and rich context that is London.

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Funding: Shobe Startup Prize Info Session this Wednesday

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Bring your idea to life.

Shobe Startup Prize

Info Session
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
2–3 p.m.
UW Startup Hall
1100 NE Campus Parkway

The Shobe Prize is an annual startup competition for UW students sponsored by Matt Shobe, Human Centered Design & Engineering alumnus. Winning student teams receive $10,000 in startup funds (or $5,000 each for two teams), office space, and one-on-one mentorship from faculty and industry professionals. To enter, students give a quick pitch of their tech or design idea at the Shobe Prize pitch day in December.

Eligibility: Each team must have at least one student enrolled in any of the UW departments involved in dub.

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Career: HCDE Job Info Sessions

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LIFE AFTER UW
Looking for a hot job? Human Centered Design & Engineering is hosting TWO info sessions this week.
Food! Networking!
Open to all UW undergraduate and grad students.

Tuesday, October 29 (5:30-6:30 p.m.)
VMware Info Session
Two HCDE alums share their personal experiences as current members of the User Experience team at VMware. Learn about the challenges and opportunities at VMware, the leading provider of virtualization technology for Fortune 500 companies. There will be a brief presentation followed by an open Q&A session. Bring your questions! Summer internships and full time opportunities are available.
Location: Sieg 224

Thursday, October 31 (3:30-5:30 p.m.)
Aquent Info Session and Portfolio Review
Would you like to be placed by the coolest, the most invincible Talent Agency in town? Our recruiters are not just desk hobbits, we are up and running on the new trends and networking at every coolest conferences (design, UX, marketing, technical) you’ve come across. Since most of our recruiters have backgrounds in the field, we know what it’s like to be a student with all-night projects, a gazillion cups of coffee, and what it really means to land your first job. Continue reading

5 min survey to help with the redesign MyUW – enter to win a $10 Starbucks giftcard!

 Students in the department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) would really like to know about your experiences using MyUW for course planning and registration. This information will help in the planned redesign of the system. The survey will only take 5 minutes, and you’ll be entered to win a $10 Starbucks giftcard.

Thank you very much for your participation! Enter the survey here:
https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/ctieu/133457

-HCDE Self-Service Research Group

HCDE Talk: The Future of Usability

Who: Stephanie Rosenbaum, Founder & CEO, Tec-Ed Inc.
(http://www.teced.com/)
Topic: The Future of Usability
When: 12:30-1:20 pm, Friday, March 12, 2010
Where: Loew Hall, room 216

Abstract: Computing, information, and communication technologies are changing rapidly and new products appear every day, designed to serve increasingly diverse audience niches, technology platforms, and contexts of use. In this turbulent, short-fuse development world, how can questions of usability best be addressed? What tools and techniques are emerging to help us design usable products? How can we best keep user needs and desires in the forefront of design thinking? In this talk, Rosenbaum looks at the problem from the design, development, and organizational perspective.