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In her segment of the 'How a 20-something Can Be a Successful Leader" session, Megan Godin talks about the importance of inspiration and its role in sparking your passion and as a result making you a better leader.

Meghan's slides are included in the session's full deck at http://www.slideshare.net/Motivate_Design/igniteuxpa2012-the-yfactor-how-a-20something-can-be-a-ux-leader.


In this Ignite talk from UXPA 2012, Elisa Del Galdo chronicles the history of the relationship between UX and marketing from its early conflicts to current constructive collaborations.


Stephanie Rosenbaum combines her 3 greatest loves - food, wine, and user experience - to give advice for ensuring the best possible wine user experience while dining out.


In this Ignite talk from UXPA2012, Emerson Niide describes a project that successfully combined the expertise of marketing and usability teams for Brazil's Banco Sofisa.

Emerson's slides are online at http://www.slideshare.net/niide/swotux-13315791.


In this Ignite talk from UXPA2012, Sara Mastro shares an Agency UX-er's perspective on how UX and Marketing work together.


In this Ignite talk from UXPA2012, Charlotte Schwendeman boils down her 30 years of experience in UX into a few key lessons.


Andrea Evans shares some very clever alternate uses for typical online survey tools.

Andrea's slides are online at http://www.slideshare.net/Andrea_Evans/andrea-evans-upa-2012-ignite.


In this talk from UXPA2012, John Chin draws parallels between software/web/application menus and actual restaurant menus, including differences between their past and present relationships.


Jen McGinn describes several options for conducting usability tests with inexpensive (or free!) tools.

Jen's slides for this talk are available at http://www.slideshare.net/jenmcginn0918/usability-testing-tools-and-technology-for-under-100.


In this Ignite session from UXPA2012, Katherine Wahl shares her thoughts on the User Interview as an inexpensive method of user research.

Slides for Katherine's talk can be found at http://www.slideshare.net/kwahl/user-interview-wahlupa.


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