World Usability Day (WUD) is dedicated to educating local practitioners working in and individuals interested in the fields related to user experience, and in doing so, we embrace diverse thoughts and opinions.
Volunteers work hard to produce this amazing event, and as a result, our community grows in numbers and strength. To encourage continued growth and strength, we want to maintain a safe and rewarding WUD experience for all: attendees, speakers, volunteers, and support staff.
To this end, the UXPA Cleveland Board of Directors created a code of conduct, which we expect all involved to respect and uphold. It applies to all volunteers, all attendees, and all speakers participating in WUD, as well as all staff and venders manning the location.
We do not tolerate, in any form, the harassment of our participants, speakers or volunteers.
If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns regarding the conduct of our volunteers, speakers, or attendees, please contact Jessica Becker or Denise Kadilak. We handle all reports in the strictest confidence.
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This Code of Conduct is a living document and updated regularly. Last update on September 19, 2019.