Archive for December, 2009

How We Got Here…and Where We’re Going!

Posted in TUXW Blog Post on December 19th, 2009 by Jeff Parks – View Comments

Jeff and Chris have a discussion about how The UX Workshop got started and where they’re hoping to take this initiative over the long term.

We also discuss the many volunteers and organizations around the world who have generously shared their time and insights with us. Thank you to everyone for your time and we look forward to feedback from the global community about how to evolve The UX Workshop and support people in every corner of the world to be able to share their experiences with others.

UXCamp DC 2010

Posted in Event on December 5th, 2009 by Olga Howard – View Comments

UXCamp DC is an ad-hoc unconference and is part of the larger BarCamp movement. The focus of this camp is user experience–online and offline. There is no set agenda until everyone gathers. Attendees are required to participate to some degree: either by leading a discussion, showing a demo, or by creating another type of collaborative session.

UX Workshop Event Stream Sponsors

Please join the UX Workshop in thanking Avery Fields, Aaron Purnell, Drew Loughlin, Holden Boyles, Tysheka Pierson, and Sean Greenwood, students from Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts in Georgetown who will join the UX Workshop team in bringing you this live video streamed event.

About CDIA

Bostonn University Center for Digital Imaging Arts

When you come to the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts in Georgetown, you’ll be taking your first steps toward the creative, exciting career you always wanted. Through intensive, hands-on training and experience, you’ll get the necessary skills and learn the latest in photography, digital filmmaking, 3D animation, graphic + web design, audio production and web development. Most importantly, you’ll be able to use everything you’ve learned in the real world. Now.

At CDIA you’ll be part of a vibrant, growing community focused on artistic expression and viable careers. Whether you are a novice choosing a new career or a seasoned professional enhancing your skills, we are dedicated to providing the best education possible. Even after graduation, we’ll remain a valuable resource—through networking, new business opportunities, updates on developments in your field or access to our state-of-the-art facilities.

Full- and part-time certificate programs are available at our Waltham, MA, and Washington, DC, campuses. Visit www.cdiabu.com today to find out more.

CDIA’s state-of-the-art Washington, DC campus in Georgetown allows area residents to pursue their creative passions through our unique approach to training in the digital arts.

Located in the former Foundry Theater, the DC campus includes 18,000 square feet of advanced studios and classrooms – right in the heart of Georgetown. Our students are trained using the most up-to-date software, hardware and equipment available.

We are currently accepting applications! Certificate programs are available in:

  • Digital Filmmaking
  • Photography
  • 3D Animation
  • Graphic and Web Design
  • Web Development

Foundry Building
1055 Thomas Jefferson Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20007
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