Meet our 2019 speakers

Alan Klement

Alan Klement

Author, When Coffee and Kale Compete

Fabienne Hansen

Fabienne Hansen

Head of Product Innovation & Design, Mercedes-Benz

Michael  Gough

Michael Gough

Vice President of Product Design , Uber

Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee

VP & Head of Design, Visa Inc.

Yvonne So

Yvonne So

Principal UX Designer, Intuit

Kevin Clark

Kevin Clark

UX Lead, Shopify

Cindy Chastain

Cindy Chastain

SVP, Global Customer Experience and Design, Mastercard

Some of our past speakers

Christopher  Slowe

Christopher Slowe

CTO & Co-Founder, Reddit

Annmarie Kiddle

Annmarie Kiddle

Head of UX, The Financial Times

Bryan Dove

Bryan Dove

CTO/ CEO, Skyscanner

Val Scholz

Val Scholz

Head of Growth , Revolut

Paolo Malabuyo

Paolo Malabuyo

Director of UX, Google

Matt Barthelemy

Matt Barthelemy

Global Head of UX, FitBit

Phil Keslin

Phil Keslin

CTO & Founder, Niantic Inc

Eva Deckers

Eva Deckers

Design Director, Philips Design

Anna  Sitnikova

Anna Sitnikova

Product Manager, iZettle

Adam Furtado

Adam Furtado

Chief Product Officer, Kessel Run / U.S. Air Force

Tim Hudson

Tim Hudson

SVP UX, Adyen

Rija  Javed

Rija Javed

CTO, MarketInvoice

Emmet Connolly

Emmet Connolly

Director of Product Design, Intercom

Alice Newton

Alice Newton

Chief Product Officer, WorldRemit

Richard Dalton

Richard Dalton

Head of Design, Capital One

Ronen Assia

Ronen Assia

Co-founder & CPO, eToro

What is UXDX?

UXDX brings together Product, Design and Development professionals to learn how to work together more efficiently to build more successful products. 

At the core of the conference is the realisation that nobody knows what will work when building a product. Teams need to experiment continuously throughout delivery to learn and course correct as they go. This approach shifts the success criteria of a team away from the traditional output metrics (number of features delivered) towards the business value outcomes achieved.

While this is easy to say that teams should focus on outcomes it is incredibly hard to do in practice. The UXDX agenda is structured around the practices, tools and case studies of teams who are successfully making this shift, so that you can learn from their mistakes and speed up the transition in your organisation.

Learn more about the UXDX Model