Malaysia’s First UX Conference

UX Malaysia 2013 is the first User Experience conference in Malaysia, initiated by Izwan Ismail. We are happy and proud to be part of the premier event. The event was held at Microsoft Malaysia Office, KLCC, where 200 attendees participated in inspirational talks...

UX Scene, Taiwan Style – 3 Things I Learned

UX Scene, Taiwan Style – 3 Things I Learned

Last week, I attended the event HAPPY UX Design Conference 2013 in Taipei. It was indeed a great event that was collectively organized by the local UX community, UserXper, HPX Party and IXDA Taiwan. The event featured 5 keynote speakers from Canada, U.S., Singapore,...

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