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Our November 30th meetup: David Hedley on the UX of Construction Equipment
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David Hedley, Engineering Team Leader for UX at Caterpillar    David on linkedin

David Hedley, Engineering Team Leader for UX at Caterpillar

David on linkedin

The UX of Construction Equipment — Friday, November 30 3PM @ Hunt

Yes, there is UX in construction! David will address the UX of vehicles, and example by example, discuss its challenges, successes and failures. His discussion will include the problems he faces at Cat, but also inspiration he has found at other manufacturers.

Please bring your questions to the meetup!

David Hedley is an electrical engineer by training, specializing in embedded systems. He was raised and educated in England, then moved to Silicon Valley, where he worked with microprocessors for nearly two decades. Today though he is is Engineering Team Leader for UX at Caterpillar, here in the Triangle.

As always with our meetups, this is not a "sit back and listen" meeting, but a chance for us to bring together a cross disciplinary group of people to think about the relationship between UX, technology, and design. Mostly though, we'll get to know one another, and have some fun. If you'll come, please RSVP!

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Location

This year, our meetups happen at Burns Auditorium in Kamphoefner Hall (gmap) at the College of Design on NCSU’s Main Campus, with a few exceptions.

To get to the meetup by:

  • foot: From Pullen Road, go down the steps on either side of the columns of Brooks Hall to enter the inner courtyard, Kamphoefner Hall is across the courtyard. From Stinson Drive, enter the corner of Kamphoefner Hall. Burns Auditorium is on the first and second floors.
  • bus: Free NCSU Wolfline buses service Kamphoefner Hall on several routes. See the full system map (PDF) or the real-time bus tracking map. Get off on Pullen Road next to Brooks Hall.
  • car: Park in an hourly lot, and pay with credit card ($2/hr). The closest lots, in order, are by the clock tower, the Ferndell lot across Hillsborough, and the across the track under the Coliseum Deck. There is also paid city parking on Hillsborough and Pullen.
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