This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the Midwest UX Conference in Columbus, Ohio and had a wonderful time. I loved attending Midwest UX last year:
- it’s close by (only three hours away)
- lots of user experience professionals, designers and developers attend
- excellent speakers and presentations
- opportunity to share, learn, and network with other user experience professionals
Kudos to the conference organizers; this year’s event was amazing with a mix of hands-on workshops, 20 and 40 minute presentations, keynotes, and Ignite style quick talks held at COSI (Center of Science and Industry) science museum.
I had a wonderful time at the conference sessions, meeting friends from last years’ event (hey, Darren Kall, Ian Fenn and Eric Davis), making new friends (Tasha Attaway and Jodee Jernigan) and stumbling my way through Ben Callahan‘s responsive web design workshop.
Rather than a recap listing the slideshows, photos, notes, and writeups of the event, I’ve added coverage I’ve found to the Midwest UX 2012 conference Lanyrd page. Be sure to check it out.
Here are a few photos I took of the conference and the city. Hope you enjoy them!