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Sponsors

Diamond Sponsors

  • MapQuest
  • Google

Platinum Sponsor

  • ESRI

Gold Sponsor

  • Garmin

Silver Sponsors

  • 3Dconnexion
  • deCarta
  • DigitalGlobe
  • Fatdoor
  • Leica Geosystems
  • Microsoft
  • Quova, Inc.
  • Schmap
  • Skyhook Wireless
  • TeleAtlas
  • ULocate
  • University of Alaska

Map Sponsor

  • Ask

Media Partners

  • Conference Guru
  • GISuser
  • Google Earth Blog
  • Google Earth Blog
  • GPS World
  • Imaging Notes
  • LBSzone.com
  • LPS Media
  • MobileLocalSearch.net
  • MP2K Magazine
  • OSTG
  • R&D.CNews
  • SymbianOne.com
  • VerySpatial
  • Web Host Industry Review

Sponsorship

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Press and Media

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User Groups

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Photos from Where 2.0 2006

Speaker

Jason Brush

Jason Brush

SVP, User Experience Design, Schematic/UCLA

Jason is Senior Vice President, User Experience Design at Schematic, a leading interactive design agency. Recent projects, spanning Web, TV, and interactive environments, have included ABC's Emmy-award-winning full episode broadband video player, interfaces for Electronic Arts, Motorola, and Accenture's interactive walls in JFK and O'Hare international airports. Jason also serves as a visiting assistant professor in UCLA’s department of Film, Television and Digital Media, where he teaches classes in interactive media production and art practice for filmmakers. He is on the advisory board for the UCLA Center for Research in Engineering, Media and Performance (REMAP), and was a core participant in the creation of the UCLA Film Department’s Lab for New Media and HyperMedia Studio.

See all sessions presented by Jason Brush.