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Want to learn how to create an online portfolio? Do you have questions on what you should and should not include in your portfolio?
The SJSU HFES is pleased to announce our first Portfolio Workshop! Our guest, Dennis Morrow from Rosetta, will be on campus to share his experience on the importance of having a portfolio, present tools and templates, provide samples of others’ portfolios, and much more! Light snacks and refreshments will be provided, too!
*This event is for SJSU HFES members only. If you have questions regarding your membership status, reach out to the Executive Council or email us at email@example.com.
Date: Tuesday, February 26th, 2013
Time: 10:30 AM- 12:00 PM
Location: SJSU Campus, ENGR 486
- What is a portfolio?
- Importance of a portfolio?
- Different types of portfolios?
- What I look for in a portfolio?
- How do you create a portfolio
- What you should include?
- What you shouldn’t include?
- Tools & Templates
- Hosting & Custom URL
- Sample Portfolios
- QA Session
Our Guest Speaker
Group Experience Director, Rosetta
As head of West Coast Customer Experience, Dennis leads Rosetta’s holistic approach to combining user interface design, human factors and usability practices, resulting in positive user experience initiatives for the agency’s family of global brands.
He has served as lead on projects for such prestigious clients as HP, BlackBerry, Pioneer, Quiksilver, Apple and Philips to name a few. With his extensive knowledge of user interface design, human factors and usability practices, Dennis has worked with companies to provide cutting-edge solutions that maximize results.
Dennis has been practicing information architecture, user experience design and usability since 1998. Prior to Web Associates, Dennis worked with 3Com, Adobe, Intel and other companies around Silicon Valley to help with user interface design and user research. While earning his Marketing Degree from San Jose State University, Dennis pioneered their online education by architecting and developing a system for university staff to provide class agendas, notes and presentations via the Web. Dennis continues his education path by earning credentials as a Certified Usability Analyst (CUA).
Are you interested in learning more about the UX industry? Do you have career questions that you want answered?
The SJSU HFES is pleased to announce our first Industry Professionals Discussion Panel! Our diverse set of panelists include senior researchers and designers from various companies and organizations who will be on campus to share their experience and insights. Leave your questions for them here or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided, too!
Date: Monday, February 4th, 2013
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: SJSU Campus, Engineering Building, Room 285
Senior Researcher, Yahoo!
Dr. Locascio has held previous research positions at Adobe, Cisco and Ooyala. She obtained a Ph.D. in clinical neuropsychology from Brigham Young University and a Masters in Human Factors from San Jose State University.
Dr. Marquez’s expertise is in space human factors and HCI. Her projects have focused on developing software tools for International Space Station flight controllers and training simulators, developing a path planning aid for astronauts conducting extra-vehicular activities, and design and assessment displays for unmanned air vehicle operations and lunar lander cockpit. Originally from Lima, Peru, she moved to the U.S. to complete her undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering at Princeton University. She has a Masters and Ph.D. from MIT in the Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Staff User Experience Researcher, Google
Dr. Patel-Smith is a Staff UX Researcher at Google [x], where she is currently working Project Glass. In the past, Dhvani worked as a User Experience Researcher at Microsoft, and she received her M.A. and PhD in Applied Developmental Psychology from George Mason University.
*To submit questions for the panel, leave your questions for them here or email email@example.com. If you’d like, specify whether your question is for the entire panel or mention the name of the person it is intended for.