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January 2015 User Experience and Web Professionals Events

first_imgIf you’re a user experience professional or a web professional, you know it’s a challenge to keep your skills up-to-date, learn about new methods, and network with fellow web workers. And it takes time to find interesting local events. That’s why I publish a monthly calendar of user experience and web professionals events for southeast Michigan. January 2015 is filled with all kinds of meetups, conferences, learning opportunities, and plenty of networking events. While I don’t attend all the events listed on the calendar, I usually make it to one or two events each week. Hope to see you at one of this month’s events!It’s impossible to include every event, so if you have any to add to the list, share the event info in the comments.Ladies That UX Detroit Happy HourDate: January 6, 2015, 6:00pmLocation: Hopcat Detroit in Detroit, Michigan (map and directions)Cost: Free, pre-registration requiredGet to know your fellow user experience professionals at this month’s Ladies that UX Detroit happy hour. We’ll be talking about money, salary trends in southeast Michigan, and challenges we face in fair and equitable compensation. WordPress 4.1 and Twenty Fifteen ThemeDate: January 12, 2015, 6:30pm to 8:30pmLocation: Bamboo Detroit in Detroit, Michigan (map and directions to Bamboo)Cost: $5.00, pre-registration is requiredFind out what’s new in the last month’s WordPress 4.1 release at the January Metro Detroit WordPress meetup. Learn about the new features, functionality, and the brand new Twenty Fifteen default theme from our meetup leaders, Eric Malcolm, Cam Cecchini, and Deborah Edwards-Onoro who have used and explored the new version and theme. IPV6Date: January 13, 2015, 6:30pm to 8:45pmLocation: Farmington Public Library in Farmington Hills, Michigan (map and directions to Farmington Library)Cost: Free, pre-registration requiredJoin the Michigan!/usr/group (UNIX user group) for an overview of the current status for IPV6 as well as business cases for IPV6. Jim Small, senior architect at AT&T will talk aboutWhy IPV6 is importantWhere IPV6 is being adoptedBenefits of IPV6 adoptionPreditions for what needs to be done to say that IPV6 was adoptedImplementing and configuring IPV6What’s New and What You’ve Been Missing in Adobe Creative CloudDate: January 15, 2015, 6:15pm to 9:15pmLocation: Schoolcraft College, VisTaTech Center in Livonia, Michigan (map and directions to the college)Cost: Free, pre-register with your Adobe IDAdobe evangelist Terry White will kick off the first Detroit InDesign User Group event for 2015 with a presentation about the new features and workflow improvements in Creative Cloud. White will also share the latest innovations in mobile technologies that allow you to start the creative process on a mobile device and refine it to completion on the desktop.January Casual Networking SocialDate: January 15, 2015, 5:00pmLocation: Black Finn Restaurant in Royal Oak, Michigan (map and directions to Black Finn)Cost: Free, pre-registration is required. The January casual networking event hosted by IT in the D, the group for metro Detroit information technology professionals, will be held at Black Finn Restaurant. No cover charge. No speakers. No agenda. Just networking with other IT professionals.Content Marketing for Business 101: Creating Content Your Audience WantsDate: January 21, 2015, 7:00pmLocation: Detroit Regional Chamber in downtown Detroit, Michigan (map and directions to the Chamber)Cost: Free, pre-registration is requiredThe first session in the Social Media Club Detroit 2015 education series features Joanna Dueweke, Community Engagement Specialist at the Detroit Regional Chamber and Associate Editor for the Awesome Mitten.Dueweke will lead a discussion on best practices for engaging with your audience and how to create content that your audience wants and shares with others.CES: What was new, hot, and exciting? Get insights from those who were there!Date: January 26, 2014, 6:00pm to 8:30pmLocation: Nextwave in Troy, Michigan (map and directions to Nextwave)Cost: Free, pre-registration is requiredThis month’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brings lots of new product announcements and technologies. And Mobile Monday Detroit’s January meetup will bring together a panel of people from local Michigan firms who attended the conference and will share what they learned about trends and products and their impact on Michigan businesses and more. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedJanuary 2018 User Experience and Web Professional EventsWhat user experience (UX) and web professional events are happening in southeast Michigan and northwest Ohio? Find out in my monthly events calendar! If you work on the web, you know it’s a challenge to keep your skills up-to-date, learn about new methods, and network with fellow web workers. And…In “Calendar”December 2015 User Experience and Web Professionals EventsNetworking events, proposal writing for Ignite UX Michigan 2016, and happy hours fill this months events from our local meetup groups. If you’re in the metro Detroit or southeast Michigan area, you’ll have great opportunities in December to chat with fellow meetup members while enjoying food and drink. And in…In “Calendar”July 2015 User Experience and Web Professionals EventsA casual meetup about UX methods, WordPress networking event, and learning about the analytics and feedback tool Hotjar are a few of the events you’ll discover in this month’s events calendar. Each month, I compile a calendar of user experience and web professionals events in southeastern Michigan. You’ll find meetups,…In “Calendar”last_img read more

 

Why Blockbuster Movie Pass is No Threat to Netflix

first_imgjohn paul titlow Related Posts 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… Earlier today, Dish Network CEO Joe Clayton made official what most observers already knew to be true: that the company would be launching a movie streaming service built on the remnants of Blockbuster, which Dish acquired in April. What was less clear before today’s press conference was exactly what the details would be. Those are now revealed, and as it turns out, what Dish and Blockbuster have planned is hardly the “Netflix killer” many predicted. It’s For Satellite TV Subscribers, Not Cord CuttersThe offering Dish unveiled today is not a stand-alone video streaming and DVD rent-by-mail service like Netflix, but rather it’s a $10 add-on for Dish subscribers. This might be a really nice added value for existing subscribers, but it doesn’t look as attractive to other consumers. What turns a lot of people off from cable and satellite TV subscriptions is their price and the fact that providers bundle together a ton of content that they’re not necessarily interested in. A growing number of people instead look toward Web-based, on-demand video content from the likes of Hulu, Netflix and others. This is especially true of younger consumers, who are moving fewer TV sets into their dorm rooms this Fall and instead packing merely their laptops.Blockbuster Movie Pass may have its perks for Dish’s 14 million pay TV subscribers, but for everybody else, it simply chains them to the old model of paying for and consuming content. Even With Their Price Hike, Netflix is Still CheaperIn this morning’s presentation, Dish touted the price point of Blockbuster Movie Pass as one of its advantages over “the competition,” an obvious reference to Netflix, whose pricing model they cited specifically. While it’s true that $10 is less expensive than the $16 that Netflix customers must now begrudgingly pay for the DVD-and-streaming combo, Blockbuster Movie Pass ends up being more expensive in the end becaue it’s tethered to Dish. Blockbuster Movie Pass doesn’t launch until October 1, and the prices listed on the Dish website now say that plans “start at” $19.99, a price that only appears to only be in effect for 12 months (and requires a two year contract). If the new service is an extra $10, then consumers will be paying a minimum of $30 per month. Granted, this package gets you more than what Netflix offers, including all that satellite TV content and a DVR functionality, so the price comparison isn’t apples-to-apples. You Think Netflix’s Streaming Selection Stinks? This is Worse.People have long complained that the content available to stream on-demand from Netflix is limited. That’s improved over time, but may take a major hit if the company can’t manage to salvage its deal with Starz Entertainment.Even so, the site has 20,000 titles available to stream instantly, whereas Blockbuster Movie Pass will start with only 4,000 that are available to stream to desktops. Interestingly, only 3,000 will be able to be streamed directly to TV sets. Blockbuster Movie Pass may prove to be an attractive option for those already interested in traditional pay TV subscriptions, but for people looking for an alternative to Netflix, this probably isn’t the way to go. Blockbuster photo by yapsnaps. 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnoutcenter_img 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… Tags:#Multimedia#New Media#news#web 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe Applast_img read more