Tomorrow is the day! Getting some last preparations done before the event. You can follow us on your mobile phone by scanning the QR code on the back of your Field Notes notebook!
We wouldn’t be here without you!
A BIG thank you to all of our sponsors and contributors!
Yahoo! delivers digital content and experiences across devices globally and is focused on making the world’s daily habits inspiring and entertaining. They create highly personalized experiences for our users, we keep people connected to what matters most to them, across devices and around the world.
BlackRock is an independent, global investment manager, and through BlackRock Solutions® — the natural evolution of our long-standing investment in developing sophisticated and highly integrated systems —they offer risk management, strategic advisory and enterprise investment system services to a broad base of clients.
Microsoft Research is the research division of Microsoft, and was created to support long term technology research that is not bound by Microsoft’s product cycles. Microsoft Research will be demoing their Touch Develop tool at the 2013 MobileUXCamp Seattle.
Google have also contributed financial support to the event, and UI Stencils and Rosenfeld Media have provided product.
And of course, thank you to our organizers!
Biking? Driving? Find out where to park.
Because of the Street Fair, street parking with be very limited the day of the event. There is paid parking available around and on campus, but consider biking to the event! Commuter Services provides an interactive map of all the covered and uncovered bike racks on campus. Celebrate National Bike Month and be green!
However, if you are driving to campus on Saturday, check out where the gatehouses and parking lots are located (PDF)!
Celebrate creativity and community at the 2013 University District Street Fair!
On Saturday, May 18th, the U-District Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 44th annual University District Street Fair! Take a stroll down The Ave (University Way NE) during the lunch break to eat, listen to music, and browse through the hundreds of arts and crafts booths!
Gotta get the creative juices flowing!
What’s an unconference? Check out this short video that breaks down the basics and essentials of what an unconference is all about. Remember, YOU are the participant, not just a member of the audience. “The more people participate, the better experience for everyone.”