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UX Book Club: PDX - Designing Interface Animations | Val Head

308 SW 2nd Ave., 5th Floor
Portland, OR 97204, us (map)



We'll be reading and discussing Val Head's book, Designing Interface Animations: Meaningful Motion for User Experience

The author will join the discussion, digitally, around 6:30.



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