Important News

Hi everyone!

Happy New Year!

We're off to a great start with Refresh Dallas this year. Coming up next month, Jeremy Johnson will be talking about "10 Truths to Great Product Experiences". In April, Stephen Anderson will give us a brand new presentation entitled "Sweating the UX Details". Stay tuned for more announcements!

As always, anyone who is interested in getting involved with Refresh Dallas is welcome. This is a great opportunity to gain additional experience in many areas: public speaking, leadership, planning, organizational skills, and more. Not only that but you'll be able to list on your resume an organization with a rich history of great presentations going back nearly 10 years! If you are interested, please contact me and I'll be happy to chat about how you can contribute to this wonderful organization.

Jeff Whitfield

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Jeremy Johnson

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Improving Enterprises

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There are key things that will give you a much better chance at success. While these are well documented in numerous books, articles, and videos - there are still many stakeholders that don't subscribe to some basic truths, like: product decisions should be based on evidence, or having dedicated UX Designers on product teams.

Jeremy will go over his top ten questions to ask any team to see if they're heading toward launching a great product experience.

About Jeremy Johnson

Jeremy writes and presents about user experience, design, technology, mobile, and all things the internet. He also enjoys art, photography, travel, and gaming. He is currently a Director of User Experience for projekt202

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NOTE: Should you have any issues getting into the building, call or text Jeff Whitfield at 214-274-5796.

Upcoming Meetings

Stephen P. Anderson

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Improving Enterprises

Speaker Stephen P. Anderson will share his experiences, both as a consultant and now as part of an executive team, trying to balance the needs of the business with needs of the customer. He’ll share the tools and processes he uses to reconcile “getting it done” with “getting it done right,” showing how you can create a culture that values both shipping and quality experiences. He’ll explore what craftsmanship looks like for (mostly) digital experiences, with numerous examples of companies and products that are raising the bar for UX professionals.