About this event
Have you ever tried to unsubscribe from a service, only to find that the button to cancel was smaller than the button to continue your subscription? You've been bamboozled by a deceptive design pattern! Join us on June 23rd for a discussion with Aaron Benjamin, Senior User Experience Designer, as he shares his experience in the field and answers your questions about deceptive patterns in design.
Whether you're a UX aficionado or simply tired of falling into design traps, this event is not to be missed! There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the session, so come with questions.
When: Friday, June 23, 2023, from 2-3:30 pm EST
What: A live discussion with a UX Designer!
Where: Here on Bevy! Click 'RSVP' to confirm your spot.
Aaron Benjamin is a Senior User Experience Designer with over a decade of experience helping global brands such as Amazon, AT&T, HP, and The Home Depot develop winning experiences for their customers, employees, and business partners.
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