|By||http://e27.cohttp://e27.sg/2012/12/27/join-janice-fraser-of-luxr-at-lean-ux-week-singapore-2013/||| Dec 27, 2012 | Events|
Local design firm, Minitheory, together with the National University of Singapore, Singapore Geek Girls and Girls in Tech Singapore will be bringing the inaugural Lean UX Week (LUXW) to Singapore. The three-day bootcamp aims to bring the best of Silicon Valley methods to the local community.
Attendees of the bootcamp will be able to learn from one of the best minds in user experience design. Janice Fraser, co-founder of LUXr and founder of Adaptive Path will be coaching some of the sessions at the bootcamp. During her tenure as CEO of Adaptive Path, the company tripled in staff and revenues and developed and sold a product to Google. Janice is also an adviser to Silicon Valley-based startups such as TaskRabbit and Diaspora. She started out as an interaction designer at Netscape.
Lean UX Week Singapore 2013 will run for three consecutive days, with each day tailored for different audience and their needs. Day 1 of the bootcamp is a closed event only for invited students of the National University of Singapore. Day 2 and 3 are open to the public, with early bird ticket sales ending on 5 January, 2013.
The bootcamp will be valuable for user experience and design professionals, business leaders, developers, product managers and students who are interested in the Lean concept and how it applies to user experience design. The event is sponsored by Microsoft Singapore and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.
Day 1 – 25 January, 2013 (Friday) Open to invited NUS students only
Day 2 – 26 January, 2013 (Saturday)
Day 3 – 27 January, 2013 (Sunday)
Time: 9.30AM – 6.30PM
Venue: Microsoft Singapore, 1 Marina Boulevard Singapore 018989*
*Applies for Day 2 and 3
Check out a video recording of Janice’s presentation at MX 2011 on “User Experience and the Lean Startup”.
Image Credits: Lean UX Week Singapore, Janice Fraser