Several new businesses have been invited to present their product or service to the CapCHI community. Each entrepreneur will have five minutes to introduce their company and underline some of the key challenges they have faced in the first few years since launch. Following each presentation will be a short question period, and later in the evening there will be time to meet the presenters to discuss their challenges in greater detail.
- DATE TIME: Tuesday February 18, 2020, 6:00-9:00 pm.
- LOCATION: Mulligans Golf Bar at 201 Queen St, Ottawa, Ottawa, ON K1P 5C9, 3rd Floor.
- REGISTRATION: (Free!) https://www.meetup.com/CapCHI/events/268488190/
Whether you’re managing a small team or an entire organization, Fellow is a lightweight app for leaders that gives you tools and smart suggestions to power your day. Fellow integrates with your existing tools and workflows. Get access to meeting agendas, notes, and action items right from calendar and Slack.
Health care decisions driven by information from both the clinician and the patient. POMMe-Health delivers a customized communication tool that uses one common language for healthcare. It eliminates language bias and subjectivity by using standardized scores for functioning.
Valley Rally Enduro https://valleyrallyenduro.com
We work, we ride, we live. It’s pretty much that simple. But along the way, a growing desire to share this amazing region with our fellow off road riders started to take shape. Eventually, Valley Rally Enduro became necessary as a means of providing riders a credible resource for off road riding in the Greater Ottawa Valley.
Airbrowz brings together various municipal and business services to meet the needs of its citizens. Using location based coordinates in and around communities within cities, citizens receive immediate information on various municipal/community/business service offerings. All community based. All local.
Urban Forest https://urbanforestsoap.com
Is run by two immigrant women – Francine and Shelina. Having lived in Africa for most of their lives, close to nature, conscious living and eating had always been an integral part of their lives, and this passion was turned into action through Urban Forest.
With the use of Augmented Reality, coupons will be taken to the next level. The idea is to view virtual coupons beside the items in the grocery isle.
Noah Fang is a veteran designer and strategist with expertise in digital transformation, analytics, and org architecture. He is a UX & Service Design professional, author, and interactive storytelling pilgrim. He has been a Creative Director, Product Manager, Visual Designer, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Translator, Software Developer & more.
Jed Looker coordinates the Human-Centred Design program at Algonquin College. He has been developing user-experience for products and services for the past twenty years, and his research has examined sustainable development in design school curricula, as well as human factors for augmented and virtual reality systems.
We are extremely grateful to these organizations for their generous support of CapCHI and the local UX community.
We are a team of business and technical professionals committed to helping organizations deliver value digitally. Our people are committed to helping private and public sector organizations adopt, utilize, and manage technology. Our mission is to empower private and public sector organizations through technology by transforming environments, operations, and services.
Human-Centred Design http://human-centred.ca
A graduate certificate at Algonquin College that prepares students for a career in design research and strategy. In this one-year program, students gain a balance of research and design theory, methodology, and practice to develop strategic direction for systems, products, policies, and services.
CapCHI (www.capchi.org) is a social and professional society of people who work as user interface designers, researchers, educators, software developers, web designers, graphic designers and human factors engineers in and around Canada’s National Capital Region. Founded in 1991, CapCHI’s goal is to bring together local professionals interested in how humans and computers interact, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
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