Hi Russ, just wanted to write and let you know about a speaker event in the Office of Information Technology at UNLV:
Web development and design guru, Jaimee Newberry, will give a brown bag talk about the creative process used at Zappos.com. Newberry is an expert in user experience, interface design, and information architecture, and has built brands for McDonalds, Sony, Audi, Charles David, Nike, Skechers, Nokia, Hard Rock Hotel, IZZE Beverage Company, Allstate, and Yahoo. Her client roster includes Saatchi and Saatchi X, RR Partners, and Razorfish among others.
For more information about Zappos, visit http://about.zappos.com/
Students, faculty, and staff are welcome. Seating is limited. Please RSVP to me at Jessica.Brown@unlv.edu.
Place: HermanWestfall(HWB) Conference
Starts: 9/24/2009 11:30 AM
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