UX @ UXDX
Designers have a seat at the table at UXDX
The UXDX model promotes outcome-driven product development instead of the traditional feature-approach. By expanding the DevOps loop to include the Research, Hypothesis and Design stages, it forces teams to validate assumptions about new features before building them.
UXDX understands the vitality and importance of fulfilled, highly skilled and outcome driven designers. We tailor our conference and= training to help you grow and improve your performance.
- Team Roadmap Sessions
- Hypothesis Driven Development
- Integrated Monitoring
- Autonomous / Centralised Tradeoffs
- Empathy with Developers
Vision to Execution
- Defining the Problem
- Metric Driven Requirements
- Lean Prototyping
- Earliest Testable / Workable / Lovable Products
Performance & Growth
- Measure the Impact of your Role
- Accelerate your Performance
- Learn Approaches from others through Networking
- Upskill and Future-Proof your UX Practices
Days of Talks
Breaking UX boundaries
Director of Digital Design, Data & Services, Barclaycard
Head of Customer Experience (EMEA) , Slack
Distinguished Designer, IBM
Lead Designer, Instacart
Kai En Ong
Head of User Experience and Design, BBC
Head of Design, Capital One
I came back to UXDX because I was impressed with the concept and delivery. I've presented at many events, this for me was the best.
Rasmus Skjoldan, Lead Product Manager, Magnolia CMS
This was a fun experience, and love they're trying to get teams to integrate UX better into the product cycle
Jonathan Courtney, AJ& Smart
I'm not a fan of conferences and speaking, but UXDX was a refreshing changed and enjoyed the whole experience.
David O'Callaghan, Head of Development, Ryanair
I didn't fully get what UXDX was about at first. It aligns perfectly with what we're trying to achieve at Skyscanner, delighted to come back.
Bryan Dove, CTO, Skyscanner