UXDX Amsterdam

20 March 2019

User Experience | Developer Experience

Our speakers will give you a snapshot into their product life-cycle, from research, to build, deploy and product launch. The goal will be to help you enhance your product delivery process which in turn will help you advance your product. 

UXDX model  integrates UX into the Development loop by breaking down the barriers between development, design and research teams.

UXDX Model: Research -> Hypothesis -> Prototype

33% of product features negatively impact the product

Are you validating your new features before development?

UXDX Model: Build -> Test -> Release

Low performing teams spend 22% more time on unnecessary rework

Are you merging and testing regularly enough? 


DevOps teams have a 440x faster lead time for changes

How quickly can you get code to Production?

What To Expect

UXDX Model

Learn the UXDX Model

Our mission is to help teams improve their processes and shift from being feature factories towards owning and delivery business outcomes. Hear about the challenges of successes of companies who are leading this shift and breaking down the barriers between development, design and product teams.

Alice Newton, Head of Product, World Remit

Global Trail Blazers

From nimble scaleups  to enterprises  talking about the challenges they're facing, how they're solving them and the focus areas. You'll learn proven strategies from teams who've already tested it in the market that you can leverage to speed up your delivery. 

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Step out of the office for a day to learn and network on how others are speeding up product delivery. Grow your network by meeting new and old faces in your local city- get to ask the questions you don't feel like asking your team. 

Amsterdam Speakers

Melody David

Melody David

Senior UX Copywriter, Booking.com

Nadia Udalova

Nadia Udalova

UX Team Lead, XebiaLabs

John Iseghohi

John Iseghohi

UX Designer, Booking.com

Marcel Putina

Marcel Putina

Product Owner, Degiro

Tim Hudson

Tim Hudson

SVP of UX, Adyen

Ronald van Rijn

Ronald van Rijn


Ruben de Boer

Ruben de Boer

Head of CRO & UX, Sanoma

Stijn Eversdijk

Stijn Eversdijk

Senior Product Designer, WeTransfer

Join The Annual Gathering

Over 3 days, 1400 UX, design, dev and product people globally will descend on Dublin with a common goal - to learn how teams can work better together to build products, faster.

UXDX Amsterdam Agenda

Lunch and Networking

Nadia Udalova, UX Team Lead
Opening Address

Nadia Udalova, UX Team Lead, XebiaLabs

Agenda Amsterdam

Rory Madden, Founder
Managing Change

Rory Madden, Founder, UXDX

Agenda Amsterdam

Abrar Akhtar, Head of Product
Cross Department collaboration for Product Managers in a Scale Up

Abrar Akhtar, Head of Product, fundsUP

Agenda Amsterdam

Ruben de Boer, Head of CRO & UX
A formula for an experiment driven culture

Ruben de Boer, Head of CRO & UX, Sanoma

Agenda Amsterdam


Stijn Eversdijk, Senior Product Designer
How to maintain userfocus in a metric-driven environment

Stijn Eversdijk, Senior Product Designer, WeTransfer

Agenda Amsterdam

Panel Session
Prototyping at Booking.com: Lessons & Failures

Melody David, Senior UX Copywriter, Booking.com

John Iseghohi, UX Designer, Booking.com

Agenda Amsterdam

Ronald van Rijn, CTO
You're not Netflix

Ronald van Rijn, CTO, FUGA

Agenda Amsterdam


Mike De Boer, Engineering Manager
Mozilla Firefox: How we make sh*t Work.

Mike De Boer, Engineering Manager, Mozilla

Agenda Amsterdam

Marcel Putina, Product Owner
What happens after the product launch?

Marcel Putina, Product Owner, Degiro

Agenda Amsterdam

Olga Mishyna, Product Designer
Holistic approach in product design

Olga Mishyna, Product Designer, Adyen

Agenda Amsterdam

Currently Olga is working at Adyen, one of the most innovative Fintech player, on a mission to disrupt the payment industry. Her work is based on holistic approach and design thinking. During her talk she will showcase parts of the projects that she worked on, giving a glance at the "kitchen" of the fintech giants and disruptors and exploring our ways of solving problems while keeping a balance between business and users needs.

Networking and Drinks

Venue partner

Adyen logo

Supported by

Adyen is a global payment company that allows businesses to accept e-commerce, mobile, and point-of-sale payments.

The garage create products that solve user needs and people love to use. We get there by researching, designing, prototyping and user testing with sustainability and the energy transition as our guiding stars.


The Garage, Level 2, Fred. Roeskestraat 115, 1076 EE Amsterdam

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