Indiana UXPA Chapter (Formely Indiana UPA)
The Indiana Chapter of the User Experience Professionals Association was formed in October 2002.
World Usability Day
World Usability Day 2015 - November 12
Details coming soon!
For more information visit the Indiana World Usability Day Website.
Don’t forget to save the date – November 12, 2015.
Tuesday, May 19, 5:30pm (Launch Fishers, Fishers) - Can’t I just copy success?
Can’t I just copy success? No, not really. Why you need to do user experience research involving the appropriate people as you design your website, product, or service. Come and explore the use of research tools to help you learn more about how people think and work. A good introduction to the UX process and a fun review for UX groupies. Presented by Suzi Shapiro of GravityDrive.
Anyone with an interest in user experience is welcome to attend. There is no charge for attending this meeting.
5:30pm-6:00pm: Meet-and-greet with pizza and soft drinks.
Parking and Event Access
Launch Fishers parking is located to the northwest of the library — a paved lot accessible off of Municipal Drive. Park there and use the path to the red awning with “Launch Fishers” on it. Use the left of the two doors and come in and down the first hall on your right.
Location: Launch Fishers, 7 Launch Way, Fishers (View map)
Register for this event by 12pm, May 19 if you plan to attend.
Previous Chapter Meetings
Tuesday, April 28, 5:30pm (InDesign, Indianapolis) - Eye Tracking
Eye tracking demonstration by Alex Larence of SMI Vision. This presentation will cover how eye tracking fits into the UX evaluation and development process, review the capabilities and limitations of eye tracking, set up experiments, demonstrate qualitative and quantitative analysis options and offer attendees an opportunity to use the eye tracking equipment with static and dynamic stimuli (Yes, this means audience participation).
Tuesday, March 24, 5:30pm (IUPUI Campus, Indianapolis) - From Critique to Collaboration: A Fundamental Rethinking of Computerized Clinical Alerts
The long-term goal of this project is to identify critical social, communication and cognitive factors that can inform a fundamental rethinking of effective Drug-Drug Interaction alerts (DDI alerts) for physicians. Specifically, our objective is to uncover, demonstrate and evaluate novel principles for effective and novel alert design that are based on what physicians consider important when sharing advice from peers in the context of their daily clinical activities.
Tuesday, February 24, 6:00pm (Izakaya, Indianapolis) - Chapter Business Meeting
Review of 2014 activities and financial report, election of chapter officers for 2015 and planning for meetings and other activities/events for 2015.