June 4, 2011. 10am-5pm. $25.
Lots of learning, plus coffee and lunch. One keynote – followed by several open sessions. If you want to present, bring a presentation. There will be 8 slots for presenters. slots will be assigned first come, first served the day of the event.
Brought to you by Sam Bloomberg-Rissman and Alex Vejnoska, graduate students extraordinaire. Hire us.
UCLA Department of Information Studies
GSE&IS Building – Box 951520
300 Charles E. Young Drive North
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1520
You can park in Lot 5 next to the building.
Why do people share? Do we understand what makes a person want to share? This talk aims to help designers create better frameworks for sharing by understanding why people share. We’ll look at sharing as a basic unit of human socializing, examine the deeply human motivations at the heart of sharing, and illuminate the ideal frameworks for sharing and responding. Angel is an Associate Experience Director at CP+B with 10+ years of experience humanizing digital products and services.