17Mar

InfoCamp Berkeley 2012: The Unconference

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Rachel Elkington
User Experience Architect
hot studio, agency, san francisco, sf, infocamp, berkeley
Saturday, March 17, 2012 / 9:00am - 5:00pm
UC Berkeley’s School of Information, South Hall

Want to learn more about interaction design? Have a user experience question you want answered? Just interested in information? Then you can’t miss InfoCamp Berkeley.

Billed as the “unconference” for the information community, InfoCamp Berkeley is for anyone interested in user experience, information architecture, interaction design, service design, library sciences, and all related fields. Other than the keynote, none of the session topics are decided on beforehand. If you want to lead a session, bring your idea to the group and pitch it! If you don’t want to lead a group, then come join the discussion anyway and, you never know, a session might inspire an idea or question you want share later in the day.

David Hogue, Ph.D., will deliver the keynote speech on Saturday morning. An applied psychologist and interaction designer, David teaches information design, interaction design, social media, and mobile design courses at San Francisco State University, and is Vice President of Experience Design at Fluid, an interactive agency specializing in digital shopping experiences.

Come on out!

WHERE: UC Berkeley School of Information, South Hall
TICKETS: Regular $30 / Student $20 / Register here!
FOOD: Coffee, lunch, and snacks provided throughout the day
PARKING: On campus, and in Berkeley in general, is possible but not a lot of fun.

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