What engages someone who lives in NYC? The WUD build up continues

Kathryn Reeves

As part of our epic World Usability Day promotion for 2014, and because this year's theme is 'engagement', we've invited our partners to send us images of things they've been finding engaging in their daily lives.

Today we hear from Jordyn Lee, marketing associate for Crazy Egg. Crazy Egg are offering the lucky WUD competition winner a lifetime's subscription to their service. I don't know about you, but I think an offer that lasts a lifetime sounds truly excellent!

Keep an eye out for the competition kick-off date by following us @optimalworkshop

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Jordyn Lee on what she finds engaging

"Pushcart Coffee in the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC is one of my favorite places to go work. Not only is the internet super fast, but the fact that they want me to settle in is extremely engaging and doesn't make me feel guilty for hanging out for hours.

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They just recently added this painting on the wall that says 'a platform for entrepreneurs and a gathering place for the community' and it makes me feel welcome every time I come in. Well done, Pushcart!"

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Thanks Jordyn! Hopefully I get to come to NYC for a coffee one day.

To see more World Usability Day entry examples, check out what's been engaging us at Optimal Workshop, Louis Rosenfeld from Rosenfeld Consulting, and Jerry Cao from UX Pin.

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