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November 2003 Contents:

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Parting thoughts...
After three years of service, Elizabeth Rosenzweig steps down as UPA president. Read about her vision for the organization and how we have the power to enhance the lives of those around us. By Elizabeth Rosenzweig

Salary survey reveals truth about UK usability market
The UK UPA salary throws light on the debate about the value of accreditation. By Giles Colborne

I want tools, give me tools!! - An AWF Editorial
Institute of Design student's opinion on the About, With and For Conference. The conference should focus more on how to use tools for synthesis and less on company philosophies. By Lucas Daniel

Research based guidelines
Many of us use the usability.gov web site as a regular reference/resource stop in our work. Recently the guidelines have been expanded, and incorporated into book form (as downloadable PDFs). Read more about it.

Voice your opinions - How to promote what we do to those that hold the purse strings?
A new feature, each issue a topic suggested and we invite comment, opinion and thoughts to be published in the next issue. Find out more and how to get yourself heard. By Jon Dodd

UPA Stuff:

Meet Allen Mayse – Member Services Manager for the UPA.
Allen is the ‘Go To Guy' for all UPA members. If Allen doesn't have the answer, he'll find someone who does!

Turning 1,800 into 3,600
Increasing our ranks is the key to continued growth and influence of UPA. Learn the secret of how you can help double UPA membership. By Whitney Quesenbery, Thyra Rauch

Why come to UPA 2004?
Just two of the good reasons for attending, are our keynote and closing speakers! Find out more...

Volunteer opportunities: UPA User Experience Magazine

Editors' bit

Your bimonthly newsletter returns again with the usual heady mix of articles and news from the upa and the chapters. This time we look a bit different, but we are shy debutents - so please let us know what you think.

As ever we rely on your input for articles and ideas, so please contribute. Also this month we have suggested a topic (see voice your opinions) and would like to publish a range of opinions in the next issue - so don't just skulk in private maillists, make your voice heard!

 

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