The Digital Pond: What's next for UX?

Date: 23 Apr 2015, Time 18:30

Where are we going with this?

No, really. That’s the question we’ll be asking our speakers and audience. You’ll hear from bright minds on what’s happening today in user experience, and what will be happening tomorrow. It’s that time again. We have a big year of great events planned for our loyal community, and we’re starting it off right. You’ll also have the chance to ask questions of the experts and network with lots of likeminded people.


If you want to learn more about user experience, usability, or design, this is for you. Each Digital Pond is attended by designers, developers, marketers, project managers, and everyone in between. Anyone planning, designing, or building a web or mobile project will not want to miss this.


Helene Sears (@mateers) is a Senior User Experience Architect for the Guardian News and Media where her expertise is in responsive web and app design, creative facilitation and getting stakeholders onboard with ambitious visions. Previously with BBC Visual Journalism, other skills include visual design, project management and audience research – all used to create award-winning digital experiences.

Josephine Lie (@josephine_a_lie) is a User Experience Designer at the BBC.  Her practice extends towards visual and interactive design across web, apps, and connected TVs. She is currently involved with projects and design research for BBC iPlayer, and also assists with the BBC Design Trainee Scheme.  


18:30 – Doors open
19:00 – Speakers
20:30 – Panel Q&A
21:00 – Networking

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