February 23rd is International Open Data Day!
Around the world tomorrow, people will be gathering “to write applications, liberate data, create visualizations and publish analyses using open public data to show support for and encourage the adoption open data policies by the world’s local, regional and national governments.”
Everyone is invited to participate from experienced developers to creative problem solvers to librarians. If you’ve ever been curious about open data or hackathons check out the following for more information:
UXPA NJ will be hosting their February meeting at Rutgers’ SC&I building tomorrow evening!
Jacob Alonzo will be presenting on “Gathering UX Requirements” focusing on the initial requirements gathering process as it pertains to user experience, web and software development. He will provide specific case studies from a user experience team of one. Though much of the time will be spent on methodologies, there will be time devoted to 10 techniques devoted to requirements gathering/elicitation. You will be able to take away a basic understanding of real-world requirements gathering experiences.
7:30 P.M. Wednesday Feb 20
Rutgers School of Communication & Information
3rd floor Faculty Lounge (waiting on confirmation)