The MassTLC UI/UX Union, Syrinx Consulting Corp & the CIC Present:
Breaking Down "Where the MBTA Breaks Down"
Featuring UX Guru David Platt
Why is it that the apps that should be the most practical and utilitarian often are the most useless and frustrating? Did the developers just phone it in? Were they pressured to include branding over functionality?
David Platt has been a software industry expert for the better part of 3 decades and pulls no punches when it comes to the design and user experience he encounters.
Join us for an evening of enlightening education, engaging conversation, and an opportunity to pick the brain of an industry legend.
David S. Platt teaches user experience engineering at Harvard University Extension School, and at companies all over the world. He is the author of 13 books, including The Joy of UX and Why Software Sucks. and of MSDN Magazine’s monthly back-page column “Don’t Get Me Started” . Microsoft designated him a Software Legend in 2002.
Read some of the pieces David has written about UX for the Microsoft Developer Network Magazine: