Patterns: Blueprints for Usability, June 11-15, Austin, Texas
- Program Overview
- Invited Speakers
- Why Should You Attend?
- "The Austin Experience"
- Info for Presenters
- Sponsor UPA 2007!
Usability Professionals' Association
140 N. Bloomingdale Road
Bloomingdale, IL 60108
As usability professionals, our ability to observe users and to discover their patterns of interaction is integral to our work. By defining these patterns we can then leverage that knowledge to create usable interfaces that are familiar and useful to our users.
In 2007, UPA goes deep into the heart of Texas; to Austin, the sunny capital city on the banks of the Colorado River.
Austin's high tech area of Silicon Hills is familiar to much of the usability community, but Austin is also known as the "Live Music Capital of the World," is home to 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats, and has excellent museums. Bring the family along to enjoy the many outdoor activities around the Austin area including a variety of water sports and hiking and biking trails.
Join us this spring to master new techniques, contribute your opinion, meet colleagues and renew your commitment to making usable and useful products as we explore the patterns of feelings, responses and designs that our users need in the interfaces we create.
The UPA 2007 Advance Program is now available.
Call for Submissions
Submissions are now closed.
- May 1, 2007
- Regular Conference Registration Ends
- June 8, 2007
- Late Conference Registration Ends
- June 11-15, 2007
- UPA 2007 Conference in Austin, TX