Puget Sound Research Forum hosts Mike Ambinder for their February Luncheon. Mike is an experimental psychologist and an Affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington. He is currently affiliated with Valve Software, where he applies concepts of user experience and human-computer interaction to the development and refinement of video games.
This presentation will cover Valve’s approach to the acquisition, collection, and interpretation of data and how that data is used to drive decision-making. Mike will share a framework for decision-making, a brief introduction to experimental design, an overview of the infrastructure necessary to support decision-making at Valve.
Admission: $35 for PSRF members, $55 for non members