Delphi SIG: The GUI-Guy
...a presentation on the "Deadly Developer Diseases".
Ken Schiff - GUIguy
Note: this SIG meeting is a field-trip (directions below). The April meeting will be back in the Valley Orchards location.
The GUI-Guy will do a presentation on the "Deadly Developer Diseases" and then open things up to Q&A and getting real-time critiques on work that was present there. Bring your GUI designs on paper, disk, laptop for a free critique!
For more information on the GUI-Guy see his Web-Site
guiguy.com and www.guiguy.net
About the Presenter
Ken Schiff is a GUI designer and usability consultant. He has been designing, evaluating and critiquing user interfaces professionally for 13 years. He works with developers on original designs from inception, and offers usability inspections and design reviews on already existing designs.
He has worked on a variety of types of software. Among them are contact managers, personal information managers (PIMs), help desk software, securities transactions systems, payroll systems, taxation and appraisal systems, telephony systems, wireless communications, and developer tools. He started working on web sites in 1995 and has worked on sites that are found on intranets as well as on the Internet.
Ken’s classes on user interface design–for both Windows applications as well as the Web–have made him a popular conference speaker in North America and Europe.
Ken was one of the authors of The Official VBPJ Guide to Visual Basic 4, and has written articles for Visual Basic Programmers' Journal, PowerTimes, High Tech Careers, and Write Your First Program with Visual Basic. His work has been quoted in several other books and courseware titles. 2002, marks Ken’s 23nd year as a computer user.
InfoIs Office near the El Cerrito Plaza BART station. (Jim Porzak's company). 6500 Fairmount Ave., Ste 8 (3rd Floor), El Cerrito. From either 580 or 80: Take Central Ave exit up the hill. Right on Carlson. First left on Fairmount. Cross San Pablo. "Eye Center" building is first 3 story building on right side of Fairmount. If you get to the new shops at the El Cerrito Plaza, you have gone too far! Plenty of parking under the building or on the street or in the Plaza. If you take BART, walk toward the Bay on Fairmount. "Eye Center" is the first building past the Plaza on opposite side of street.
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7:15-8:45pm presentation and discussion
$15 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
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