On October 1 and 2 we will share the processes and methodologies behind highly-usable technological products designed to make a positive impact on the world.
Registration and Breakfast
At the end of this workshop, you’ll be more confident in your ability to help stakeholders understand the design you recommend. Articulating Design Decisions will equip you to communicate with stakeholders, keep your sanity, and still deliver the best user experience.
Tom Greever, Ux and Design Consultant
The old waterfall approach (and its scrum-friendly variants) to design and development is dead. The new way is a collaborative, continuous cycle of concepting, delivering, learning, and iterating. In this workshop Jeff Gothelf will show you how to use product discovery practices to build a stronger collaboration with product development teams.
Val Head, Senior Design Advocate at Adobe
In this workshop we will live an entire cycle of lean innovation and we will do it using the LEGO® SERIOUS® PLAY®, the methodology developed by Robert Rasmussen and Per Kristiansen to successfully face the main challenges.
Registration and breakfast
Registration and Breakfast
Teamwork defines the success of an organization, but how teams work is continually changing. In this presentation, you'll learn how Atlassian address these trends and unleash the full potential of our teams to help scale our organization.
Vlad Cavalcanti - Channel Manager at Atlassian
Learn how to manage the conversation through effective techniques that will help others agree with our choices while maintaining the integrity of the user experience.
Tom Greever - UX and Design Consultant
Design & UX often pushes people that need accessible & inclusive products of experiences out of scope. Covering real-life past examples of frustrations from projects that didn’t go well, ones that went well & how I work as much diversity and inclusivity into my work as I can possibly get away with.
Eriol Fox - Product & UX designer at Ushahidi
This talk will focus on why inclusive products are better, and how to build them. Starting with “why?”, moving towards “how?” by explaining key methods of inclusivity: design, data analysis, and SDLC with diversity, and sharing resources as inclusion from an overhead cost to a business enabler is a need of tomorrow
Maria Shoaib - Software Engineer at Ericsson
In this current context of possibility, uncertainty and flux, Andreas aims to identify key trends that are critical for us to understand today, anticipate shifts we’ll see in the coming years and paint a picture of the new playground for designers, that is slowly starting to take shape.
Andreas Markdalen - Design Director at frogdesign
From how to align design to business outcomes and goals to how to use design to address product design challenges and encourage innovation, this talk provides insights into the new era of design culture that evolves around courage, design values, tools and creative risk taking.
Basak Haznedaroglu - Design Consultant and Coach
In this talk, Jeff will cover how technology can enable tremendous gains but, when coupled with the uncertainty of human behavior, can often go awry. How can we ensure we’re working on products that actually make our users more successful? And how do we inspire a new generation of designers and developers to consider a new definition of “done” -- one focused on positively impacting customer behaviors.
As long as we’ve been using the internet, and way before that, we have been authenticating through some sort of username and password combination. It has become the standard. With the ever increasing number of web-apps, we’re seeing more and more data breaches as well. What if we could build our authentication processes in a way the user doesn’t need a password?
Sam Bellen, Developer Evangelist at Auth0
In this dynamic session, Val will show you how to build animated interactions with inclusivity in mind from the start. We’ll discuss how to apply web accessibility guidelines to modern web animation, when and how to implement reduced motion, and approaches to building up animated interactions for a solid standards base.
Val Head - Senior Design Advocate at Adobe
How can we bring more female users on board to drive growth? Google Go, a new internet app for emerging markets, researched barriers that keep women offline. Rachel tells the story of this work, exploring assumptions about privacy and content, and looking at the role cultural perception plays in adoption.
Rachel Ilan Simpson, Senior UX Designer at Google Chrome
Mauricio Palma, UI Developer at SinnerSchrader
Retrospective and predictive metrics and tools to support Product Owners, Designers and Devs to increase the value to be delivered.
In this talk, we’ll show how measuring the User Experience can help the team in finding the right answers to these questions.
It is important to complete a multidisciplinary design team with the role of the UX Engineer, whose goal is to follow end-to-end projects by protecting their value from the conception to the realization, outlining technological problems and constraints and reducing operational inefficiencies in Design Ops.
Developers and designers don’t often use all SVG superpowers in their React applications, in her talk Elizabet is going to show us how to do this and unveil the superpowers.
Elizabeth Oliveira - Product Designer at Elastic