UX Guidelines for AR and Case Studies

  • 18 Jun 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Virtual Workshop
  • 60

Registration


Thursday, June 18, 2020

7:00 - 8:30 PM

Virtual Workshop:

UX Guidelines for AR & Case Studies

This virtual workshop covers a general introduction to Augmented Reality (AR) and Extended Reality (XR). We will cover the history of AR/XR, AR design principles & design patterns and discuss UX/UI/IxD issues in this space.

We will end the session by breaking into groups for a hands-on demo of AR development in Snapchat's Lens Studio.

After this workshop you’ll understand the principles of AR, how AR works and the best ways to use it.  

To be able to participate in the hands-on part of the workshop you need to have a Snapchat account and a PC and iOS or Android phone. More details such as system requirements will be in your confirmation email.


Meet our Speaker:



Kevin Park

Kevin Park has a distinguished career as a leader in higher education, business, and technology. He is currently a professor of UXD programs at New York Institute of Technology (2007) and NYU (2013), and the director of the HIVE-a design and technology hub, and a co-founder/director of UX design at ObjectivEye-a startup that provides a deep understanding and customized UX/UI design and analysis to the AR/VR industry. Read more about Kevin's over 20 years of experience in art, design, and emerging tech culture on the NYIT site or find him on LinkedIn.


Registration:

NYC UXPA Members: $30

General Public: $45

100% of ticket sales for our June event will go to the GofundMe campaign set-up by the founders of the Game Devs of Color Expo. Funds raised through the campaign will be split 50/50 between Trans Women of Color Collective and Know Your Rights Camp.


Registration closes at 5pm EST on Wednesday, 6/17.

At that time all registrants will be sent a reminder email with a link to the virtual workshop room.



Event Policies

Registration closes at 5pm ET on Tuesday June 17 -or- whenever capacity is reached, whichever occurs first. This event is free of charge so we will not be issuing refunds. If you wish to cancel please let us know by emailing rsvp@nycuxpa.org.

Accessibility is important to us. We want to be inclusive to our community and we celebrate diversity. Please see our Accessibility Policy for how to make an accessibility request for an event.

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