WEBINAR How To Break Into The UX Business, From A Researcher's Perspective, with Leslie Chacon

  • 29 Mar 2011
  • 7:00 PM - 7:44 PM
  • This is a virtual event.
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Eye-tracking expert and UX advocate Leslie Chacon, founder of UserFirst.com, will share what she considers to be the core skills necessary for becoming an effective practitioner in the UX industry in today's marketplace.

This webinar will be geared towards those who are new to the UX industry, are considering a career change, or are simply curious. The format will be an informal Q & A format, moderated by NYC UPA President Gloria Petron.

Space is limited to 100 attendees.


Leslie ChaconAs an accomplished usability expert, Leslie has focused on exploring the value of eye tracking within qualitative and quantitative research studies. With this in mind, Leslie founded her own company, User First. As the principal of User First, Leslie is responsible for architecting the company’s integrated business intelligence and research offering which empowers companies to make decision based on customer insights and behavioral knowledge. Prior to forming User First, she served as a Business Intelligence and Market Research Analyst at Sony and consulted for various interactive agencies. She earned a bachelor's degree in market research from New Jersey University, and is working on her master's degree in cognitive psychology at San Diego State University.

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