Announcing the 2013 UX Boot Camps

We’ve been getting a flurry of questions about the dates of our upcoming UX Boot Camps for 2013. For those inquiring minds, we’ve mapped out the rest of the year including partners, locations, and a brief description of the problem space. Every 3 months, we’ll release more information about the forthcoming UX Boot Camp with more details about the design challenge and what participants can expect.

Cooper’s UX Boot Camp is a four-day deep dive into user experience design. This training has a dual purpose, both furthering the education of our design community and providing a non-profit with innovative design concepts to implement as they choose, free of charge. More information about the UX Boot Camp here.

Registration is open for all of these trainings. So if you’re interested, go ahead and reserve your space.

Marketplace Money

San Francisco, CA
June 11-14

Listening to someone advise you about personal finance feels a lot like your mom telling you to eat your veggies. In this UX Boot Camp, you will be challenged to change this experience and explore ways to empower a new audience to build a better life by taking control of their financial destiny.
Sign up for UX Boot Camp: Marketplace Money now

Wikipedia

Petaluma, CA
September 17-20

Encourage the spread of knowledge through mobile Wikipedia. Conceive of new ways to enable the contribution process by making it more approachable, more obvious, and less reliant on traditional inputs like typing.
Sign up for UX Boot Camp: Wikipedia now

Canine Companions

San Francisco, CA
November 19-22

Generate design solutions that improve the quality of life for veterans with memory impairments. Explore and create design solutions that build memory skills and aid communication between veterans and their service dog.
Sign up for UX Boot Camp: Canine Companions now

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