Expert Judgment

Usability Professionals Association – Ankara Chapter

Posted in HCI, Professional, Uncategorized by dnzrn on April 25, 2010

I am glad to inform you that I was lucky enough to be a part of the establishment process of the UPA-Ankara Chapter. Usability is a real hot topic nowadays. Promising so much value to be delivered…

I think The UPA-Ankara Chapter will be very useful for creating an awareness and establishing a body of knowledge in Ankara, capitol of Turkiye, where most of the government organizations and government subcontractors are located. I can’t wait to post about new developments we are going to make.



UPA – International Conference Munich, Germany | May 24-28, 2010

Posted in HCI, Professional by dnzrn on April 25, 2010

I am going to attend the Usability Professionals Association’s International Conference, in Munich, this May. The program content is really exciting. There is still time to register.


New Responsibilities and Opportunities

Posted in Project Management by dnzrn on April 25, 2010

Life has an odd way to shape us into what we become. I haven’t been able to update my blog, because of a series events and developments in last couple of months. But now, I’m back. More focused than ever, motivated and enabled with new responsibilities.

Last month, I was elected as board of administration member of PYD (Proje Yönetim Derneği, EN:Project Management Association). The new administration team shares my vision and highly motivated as I am. We are going to make a series of accomplishments that will deliver quick and observable value to the association.

New benefits arise along with this new responsibility. I am now in real close contact with a lot of marvellous, experts and professionals throughout a variety of business sectors. Once I establish the member directory, I will try and introduce them one by one, here, in my blog.

Let me remind myself, my blogging goals, once again! Write frequently, write short, write when necessary and only if new value is delivered !

Until my next post, take care…