Saturday, August 19, 2006

Invitation for the Hyderabad - World Usability Day 2006 Planning meet on August 23, 2006 (5 Pm - Pm)

Dear All,

Its time to plan for the celebration. Yes - following the success of World Usability Day Celebrations by UMO last year at Hyderabad, we are pleased to invite you to attend World Usability Day 2006 Planning Meet organized at Kanbay(Hyderabad) by UMO-UPA on August 23, 2006.


1.World Usability Day 2006 Plans & UMO affiliation with UPA (20 Mins) - Sameer Chavan, Manager - User Experience, Oracle, Asish Tiwari, UX lead, Cordys

2.Cognitive Psychology & HCI (45 Mins) - Prof. Beena Chintalapuri, Head psychology Dept. Osmania University

----->Break for Tea and Snacks - 10 Mins

3.Rich Media Internet Application (30 Mins) - Dhwanit Saxena, UX analyst, Kanbay

4.Pod Casting techniques (15 Mins) - MuthuKumar.R, UX Analyst, Kanbay

Venue and Event Details
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Time: 5:00Pm - 7:00 Pm
Venue: Kanbay Campus, Gachibowli, Hyderabad
Landmark: About 1Km further down from ISB/Microsoft (Gachibowli campus).

Hope to see you there!

On Behalf of UMO team

User Experience Practice,

Cell Phone: +91-984-994-8404
Email: mrambacthavachalam(at)
Usability Professional Association (UPA): The Usability Professionals Association supports usability specialists, people from all aspects of human-centered design, and the broad family of disciplines that create the user experience in promoting the design and development of usable products.

World Usability Day promotes the values and benefits of usability engineering and user centered design, because everyone has the right to have things that work better. The world is a better place when they do. The UPA, UPA chapters, and allied organizations will all hold events, revolving around a common theme - "Making life easy!" - with a focus this year on accessibility and inclusion.

UsabilityMatters.Org is a non-profit organization working towards design awareness and exchange of design sensibilities through interaction between designers and design sensitive consumers. http://www.usabilitymatters.Org

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