Establishing design principles around a clear vision can keep everyone in the product team focussed. Only as time goes on and new features need our attention, these design principles are often forgotten about, so how can we make sure they are top of mind for the members of the product team?
Meera Pillai, UX Practice Lead at AGL, joins UX Gatherings to share the methods she uses to navigate constraints in the design process. She will speak about her experiences in delivering valuable digital products with a desired user experience, all without compromising creativity along the way.
In the world of design, the only constant is change. As soon as we are comfortable with the way things are done, there’s a completely new approach to consider. So what needs to change to transition from a corporate environment to a lean startup?
Inna Fourer will discuss how to combine three principles — purpose, form and design — with a human-centred design process to create the most affective type of physical signage. This talk is for anyone interested in using way finding to blend digital and physical design. Inna will review examples of effective and ineffective signage based on principles of way finding, information and instructional design.
Taking time to understand an organisation’s UX Maturity can bring clarity of what’s working, what’s not, and how you can make a bigger impact. Mags Hanley will take us through different UX Maturity Models and provide a framework to asses your own organisation’s UX Maturity
This month, Strategy Consultant Jessica Abad Kelly is joining UX Gatherings to talk about how she advocates for users and customers through her work with Deloitte.
Jessica will show us why users are the foundation of strategy, and how she works with clients to define, develop and implement user-centered strategy for digital projects.
Cory-Ann Joseph compares UX in Dublin and Melbourne
Speaker: Angela Bode
When: Wednesday 26 October 6pm to 7:30pm
Where: REA Group, 511 Church St, Richmond