About the talk
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 – they are unnoticed posters on the project room walls, filed away on our storage system, and somewhere in the back of our mind.
Developing design principles is a huge investment of resources, so how can we make sure they are top of mind for the members of the product team?
Amirul Nasir – Experience Designer at AKQA – joins UX Gatherings to show us how to make design principles stick. He’ll explore why our standard methods of keeping design principles top of mind don’t work, and share his strategies on making them a part of our everyday design process.
About Amirul Nasir
Amirul Nasir is an Experience Designer and Writer born and raised in Singapore, solving a mountain of UX problems using one post-it note at a time. His experience spans startups and SMBs, as well as with large enterprise companies such as Reece, RACV, Telstra and NAB.
Amirul is a proud advocate for the LGBTQIA+ Community – facilitating workshops for young and gay individuals, and actively volunteers for events by Thorne Harbour Health, previously known as Victorian Aids Council (VAC).
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Acknowledgement of Country
UX Gatherings acknowledges that we meet in Narrm on the lands of the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
This month UX Gatherings is hosted at Culture Amp.
The venue is accessible for mobility devices.