UX Show and Tell

UX Show and Tell is back in Philadelphia with the generous support of PhillyCHI and MessageFirst on Tuesday, April 27. Pizza and drinks are served when doors open at 6pm, and the workshop will begin promptly at 6:45.

Date: Tuesday, April 27th, 2010
Time: 6:00PM – 8:30PM (Social time from 6:00-6:45PM)
Location: MessageFirst
Address: 230 N 2nd St Suite 2C Philadelphia, PA 19106 (under the Ben Franklin Bridge)
Google map: http://tinyurl.com/yd3uyld
Parking Info: http://www.philapark.org/parkinglocator/parking_locator.aspx
(Moderately priced parking is available in a garage located directly across 2nd Street from Messagefirst)
Register: http://phillychi-uxshowandtell.eventbrite.com/
(Space is limited. Please register early.)


Bring your deliverables to either get useful, implementable feedback or to show unique solutions to potentially common design problems. Drafts/incomplete work welcome. We’ll have a round-table discussion where one person tells the group if they need help with a design problem, or if they are sharing a unique solution that’s worked well for them in the past. Questions and dialogue from the rest of the group are expected and encouraged–this isn’t meant to be one person presenting to an audience!

If you don’t want to bring anything to show, you’re more than welcome to attend and contribute to the discussion.

We’ll decide later where to take the discussions after the workshop is officially over at 8:30 PM.


As always, all current or prospective user experience designers, information architects, web developers, content strategists, graphic designers, etc. are encouraged to share deliverables or just attend. Paper deliverables are perfectly acceptable, and we’ll also have wireless internet, a projector and screen available for showing work. Feel free to bring deliverables from old jobs, prototypes, pet projects, or anything else you need help with or think could benefit others.

Please RSVP and if you want to share, indicate what you’re bringing so others can bring their own potentially relevant examples.

Big thanks to our host MessageFirst and the continued support from PhillyCHI.