Jenny Shirey

WORKSHOP: Using “Discovery” to Create Products People Actually Want (Slides are available HERE.) Too often, we make things that are beautiful and user-friendly, yet fall flat when they are released …

Ina Rosen

“Service Design to Empower Citizens” It’s hard for public administration to deliver meaningful and transparent digital solutions. Service, efficiency and reduced budget spending appear mutually exclusive. Nevertheless, all three are …

Ida Aalen

Ida Aalen: “Never Show A Design You Haven’t Tested On Users” (slides from the conference are available HERE) If you’re already a user-testing advocate, that may seem obvious, but we often …

James Murray

“The Future Decoded: AI and Invisible Interfaces” What does the future look like? Will the rise of artificial intelligence mean a computer can write better sonnets than Shakespeare? If so …

Pete Trainor

“Don’t Do Things Better, Do Better Things” (Slides from the conference are available HERE) How do we stop designing the next version of something that exists, rather than trying to …

Charlotte Kling Petersen

Working to create the best Customer Experience at one of the world’s most famous amusement parks is no easy task! Charlotte will give us a short presentation of Tivoli, and …

Nikkel Blaase

“How to Apply Product Thinking to UX Design” (Slides from the conference are available HERE.) “Product Thinking” is an advanced mindset that can be applied to UX design. At the intersection …

Zoltan Kollin

“Good Design is a Myth” (Slides are available HERE) There is no good recipe for great design. Environments, technology, and sometimes even users are constantly changing. Context is everything, and …

Tina Dejan

What happens when right brainers meet left brainers under the same roof? In this talk, Tina will elaborate on the possibilities and challenges brought forward by the trending recruitment of …

Lena Egede

“How To Do Ultra Lightweight User Testing With An Impact” (Slides from the conference are available HERE) In today’s fast-paced environment, we need to carry ultra-lightweight and flexible approaches to …