Our next nexUX meetup is this Friday afternoon. You can earn 1% extra credit if you attend. There will be free snacks and coffee!
Come to the nexUX Meetup!
Steven King, Asst Prof UNC School of Media & Journalism
Emerging technologies for public storytelling — Friday November 17th 3PM @ Hunt
How is storytelling changing, as the technologies for delivering stories change so rapidly? How should technology change, as it becomes so deeply intertwined with storytelling? Steven King is a practitioner and researcher at the forefront of these trends. He will present several of his own multidisciplinary pieces, and then sit down with us to discuss the questions they raise in more depth.
Please bring your questions to the meetup!
Steven is an assistant professor of Interactive and Multimedia at UNC’s School of Media and Journalism, and a former editor of innovations at The Washington Post. He combines computer science concepts, human-centered design and storytelling to create new ways to present information through emerging technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality and interactive data-driven graphics.
As always with our meetups, this is not a "sit back and listen" meeting, but a chance for us to bring together a cross disciplinary group of people to think about the relationship between UX, technology, and design. Mostly though, we'll get to know one another, and have some fun. If you'll come, please RSVP
Our meetups happen at Duke Energy Hall in the James B. Hunt Library
on NCSU’s Centennial Campus, with a few exceptions.
To get to the meetup by:
- foot: If you enter the first floor of the Library from Partners Way, head up the yellow stairs and Duke Energy Hall is on your left. If you enter the second floor from the Oval, Duke Energy Hall is on your immediate right.
- bus: NCSU Wolfline buses service the Hunt Library on several routes. See the full system map (PDF) or the real-time bus tracking map. Go into the Library through the entrance by the bus stop and head up the yellow stairs; Duke Energy Hall is on your left.
- car: park in the pay lot directly across from the Library entrance on Partners Way. The cost is two dollars per hour; have your credit card ready. Go into the Library entrance and up the yellow stairs; Duke Energy Hall is on your left.