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14.11.2008: CanUX 2008 brings Canadian content to the UX world
A day after World Usability Day (Nov 13), I am heading out to the Rockies for CanUX 2008, an annual event that has become a staple on my conference circuit. Organized by the guys at nForm (Jess McMullin, Gene Smith and Co.), the conference has great workshops and well-respected speakers from the UX world.
This year, the conference is highlighted by Dave Gray (XPATH), Brandon Schauer (Adaptive Path), Luke Wrobleski (Yahoo!, LukeW Designs) and Dennis Wixon (Microsoft Surface). And being in Banff, this will probably also be my first snowboarding outing of the year. Can't wait.
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