Join us for the next in the #AdrenalinSessions series as we host breakfast with Atlassian, Ladies That UX, Domain and Objective Experience. The event will focus on Harnessing the Power of UX. The speakers will discuss data informed UX, how to measure UX and they will provide insights and learnings from their own research and projects.
We know it’s an early start but we promise it will be fast, fun and informative. We’ll provide pastries and coffee and we’ll be finished up before your working day even begins.
If you missed our first #AdrenalinSessions, here is a quick video of the event.
This event is for you if…
This event is for you if you currently work in UX and are looking for some fresh insights from other professionals working your field. You’ll leave the morning with actionable, practical tips.
About the speakers & topics
Georgie Bottomley, Senior UX Researcher at Atlassian & Co-Founder of Ladies That UX
Georgie currently works as a Senior UX Researcher for Atlassian, trying to make JIRA & Bitbucket better for teams using it. Previous to Atlassian she has worked in London, Manchester (where she started Ladies that UX) and New York. She has worked in house, with start-ups and at agencies. Georgie was recognised as one of the top women in tech under 30 by The Drum.
Georgie will be speaking about how to measure UX.
Sheilah Hogan, Managing Director of Objective Experience
Dan Johnston, Head of UX at Domain
While Dan is the current Head of UX at Domain and previous UX Director at BigCommerce, his career began far from the field of user experience. From medical research through to startups, and agencies, he has a broad range of experience that has contributed to a wealth of knowledge.
In his current role, Dan helps evolve the experience of one of Australia’s best known brands. But his biggest passion is empowering people to utilise the data-driven, lean UX practices that help the top tech companies in the world deliver amazing products.
Dan will be speaking about Data informed UX. The good and the bad of having lots of data at your fingertips
We’ll be providing breakfast and the baristas will be making coffees from 7.30am so arrive early to get a good seat before we start promptly at 8am.
7.30am – 8.00am – Welcome coffees & breakfast
8.00am – 8.45am – Speakers
8.45am – 9.00am – Q&A