Expose UX is the web TV show where startups compete for prizes while getting feedback from user experience experts. It’s Shark Tank for UX design. Learn from the experts’ advice and improve your own product! Watch past episodes here.
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This episode taping is part of a 25 city North American tour. Before the show, you’ll get 20 full minutes with the experts in Q&A to discuss your product. During the show, 5 local startups give a 30 second pitch, 2 minute demo, and receive feedback from a panel of user experience experts. After all the startups have presented, the experts will choose a winner.
Expose UX judges don’t care about your business plan. They’re UX experts, not investors. They care about your product, not your bottom line. Whether you have 10 users or 10,000,the experts will help you improve your product. This is your chance to show off your product, get help to improve it, and win prizes.
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UX Expert Panel
Leo Frishberg is Founding Principal of Phase II, a Portland, OR based UX and product strategy consultancy. His UX leadership extends back 30+ years. As Product Design Manager at Intel, he led multiple enterprise UX teams. As Principal UX Architect at Tektronix, he established UX as a strategic component of the business. Most recently, he authored Presumptive Design, a leading-edge design research method.
Rachel Nabors is a UI animation consultant and international speaker in Portland, Oregon. She curates WebAnimationWeekly.com, founded the Animation at Work community, and represents the interests of web animation folk as an invited expert at the W3C.
Samuel Hulick is the author of The Elements of User Onboarding. He’s combined UX savvy and a cat-like curiosity for measuring UX impact to become an expert in onboarding. His approach is shaped by over a decade of web experience, theories taken from behavioral psychology, video game design, and even filmmaking.