User Experience Professionals Association of DC

The Washington DC Chapter of the
User Experience Professionals Association  

 

The UX of Gov 2.0

  • Wednesday, November 30, 2011
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • SRA, 3434 Washington Boulevard Arlington, VA
  • 7

Registration


Registration is closed

The UX of Gov 2.0

Come learn the secrets and challenges to making a gov 2.0 experience that will engage citizens.

Register early! You must be registered for this event by November 29 in order to attend.


Win a free UX book. A lucky event attendee will win a free book published by Rosenfeld Media.

Location:

SRA International
3434 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201


Nearest Metro Stop: Virginia Square

Directions to SRA


Schedule:


6:00 - 6:30pm -- Food, Drinks, & Networking

6:30 - 7:30pm --  Presentation by Kate Walser


Full Description:

Gov 2.0 and "participatory government" are all the rage in 2011. The idea of citizens partnering with public servants has everyone atwitter and tweeting. What's not to love? Adding fuel to the fire are major announcements such as the "Improving Federal Websites" campaign by the White House and the Open Government Partnership among Brazil, the United States, and other world leaders.

Whether gov 2.0 is a passing fad or a force to be reckoned with boils done to a couple key factors – design and outreach. Throwing technology at the opportunity is great and all, but we've been there and done that and know that the only way to get users excited about your initiative is to think about them and design an engaging and thoughtful experience with a little bit of pizzazz added in. Come learn the secrets and challenges to making a gov 2.0 experience that will engage citizens.


About the Speaker:

Kate WalserKate Walser is a Senior User Experience Consultant who has spent the past 14 years designing software and apps that users will appreciate. She has worked with government and commercial organizations to promote collaboration, plain language, great customer relationships, and gov 2.0.

Kate’s a board member for the Center for Plain Language, a former Section 508 Refresh Advisory Board member, and past Vice President of UPA-DC. She just completed a Gov 2.0 chapter for a larger “Usability in Government Systems” book, that will be published by Morgan Kaufman
 twitter Follow us on Twitter    facebookB Find us on Facebook   linkedin Join us on LinkedIn    email Contact us by email

© User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) DC Metro Chapter

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software