Bay Area: Join Us AT UX Next in October


UX and design are increasingly important functions throughout tech, and especially in AR and VR, as we explored recently. In that spirit, VRARA SF has partnered with the UX Next conference taking place 10/30 & 10/31 in Palo Alto.

Among other things, that means discount codes (contact us) for VRARA members for 25 percent off registration. We'll be there in full force, covering the show and meeting with industry players. We hope to see you there.

More from the conference organizers:

There is an exciting and clear paradigm shift taking place in the market; a pivot point in UX capabilities, which will impact the future of services and devices, and provide opportunities and challenges for all companies in the ecosystem.

From the creators of the industry leading Internet of Things World comes UX Next, the brand new event showcasing the evolution and future direction of service enablement. Taking place at the Crowne Plaza Palo Alto in San Francisco, CA on the 30 – 31 October, join 400+ tech disruptors, 50+ pioneering speakers and 50+ exhibitors to embrace the digital roadmap and multiplatform UX. With an unmissable agenda across two days, featuring global heavyweight speakers from Netflix to The New York Times, don’t miss your chance to meet and network with the technological leaders defining the future industry roadmap.

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Mike Boland

Michael Boland is Chief Analyst and VP of Content for BIA/Kelsey, covering online and mobile media. Mike is a frequent speaker at top industry conferences such as BIA/Kelsey events, Search Engine Strategies, ad:tech, and WHERE 2.0. He has authored in-depth reports on the changing local media landscape including online video, social networking and mobile. He contributes regularly to highly read online news sources such as Business Insider and the Huffington Post. A trusted source for reporters covering the interactive media space, his comments have appeared in major news and trade media, including the Wall Street Journal, Fortune and Forbes. Previously he was a San Francisco-based freelance writer for business and technology magazines, such as Red Herring, Business 2.0, and Mobile Magazine. Mike began his career in business analysis and journalism as a staff reporter for Forbes magazine, where he covered tech & media.