Tuesday, October 25, 2016

6:00 PM
  • Think Big Coworking

    1712 Main St. 2nd Floor, Kansas City, MO
    Be the first to see the Season 2 Premiere of Expose UX in person before it's released online! Watch the trailer:

    Get your ticket here, must RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=27802454891
    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 from Season 1 here.
    Back in an all new format, Season 2 is filmed in front of studio audiences in different cities around the country. The startups get 30 seconds to pitch, 2 minutes to demo their product, and then the experts give their feedback on how to improve the products. Plus, after the experts provide their feedback, they choose a winner based on who has the best user experience!
    Come to Think Big Coworking to be part of the first audience to see the only UX focused TV show and discuss the importance of UX with peers in the tech, startup, design, and programming communities!

    Event Schedule
    6:00 pm - Doors open, Networking
    7:00 pm - Words from organizers, Premiere Screening
    8:00 pm - Post-episode UX discussion & Networking
    9:00 pm - Wrap-up
    This event is free and open to the public, but seating is available on a first come first served basis so make sure to arrive on time. See you at the Premiere!
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