About the Talk
Over the last decade User Experience has evolved into an integral practice within organisations.
With it’s rapid adoption we’ve witnessed UX roles become the catch-all term for multiple design disciplines and in turn a blurring of responsibilities for the modern UX practitioner.
So what will UX as an industry look like in the near future?
Catherine Hills kicks off this years UX Gatherings sharing her observations and predictions about the blending of design disciplines and what practitioners need to do to stay relevant as our industry evolves.
Catherine Hills is a Human-Centred Experience Designer & Researcher based in Melbourne.
Currently a UX Lead at Seek, Cath has worked at a number of well respected UX practices in ANZ, REA Group, Thoughtworks, 99designs, Envato & the University of Melbourne.
Cath is a research candidate at RMIT, was the first UX Mentor for Berlin-based start-up CareerFoundry’s UX Design course, and has facilitated several UX Design, Design Thinking and Service Design courses for General Assembly.
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Acknowledgement of Country
UX Gatherings acknowledges that we meet in Narrm on the lands of the Wurundjeri people and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
This month UX Gatherings is hosted by Culture Amp
The venue is accessible for mobility devices