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NEXT EVENT: Friday November 11
8 a.m.-8 a.m.

Join us at World Usability Day 2016 with a focus on Sustainable UX, specifically biomimicry and life's principles. Come for networking opportunities, food, interactive presentations, prizes and raffles.

What if we told you that there was a huge reservoir of sustainable solutions waiting for you to learn from and apply in your daily work? In fact, this solution set has been in research and development over the past 3.8 billion years! Come to this year’s WUD where we will introduce you to biomimicry, a new lens that allows you to learn from over 30 million species who have already solved many problems we face. Alyssa Hayes from ethology, together with Michelle Fehler from ASU's Biomimicry Center and the Design School, will introduce you to what biomimicry is, where it is already applied, and lets you brainstorm how to apply some of life’s principles to an existing challenge or project to help you find new innovative ideas.

RSVP as seating is limited and fills up quickly

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For more information please contact:
Michelle Fehler
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