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Tuesday, August 8 • 9:00am - 10:15am
DESIGN ISN'T THE DESIGNER'S RESPONSIBILITY (Emma Carter)

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Abstract:
Some people have the misconception that design is just creating ‘pretty pictures’. This is not the case; there is a science to creating the right ‘pretty picture’. Companies need to immerse design across their entire organisation to avoid becoming yesterday’s news. This session will delve deeper into the practical User Experience skills that will aid any member of a development team and will ensure the product you are building is ‘on brand’ and ‘user-centric’.
  • Business Analysts and Quality Analysts will benefit from understanding the finer details of design.
  • Developers will gain empathy for design and a better understanding of how to display content.
  • Quality Analysts will leave knowing how to quickly notice problems with a design before release.
In this talk, you will learn how to ensure the product you are building is ‘on brand’ and ‘user-centric’, and why this is important to ensure the success of your product.

Learning Outcomes:
  • • Design is not the sole responsibility of the designer, it's a team effort.
  • • Different ways to prototype
  • • How to gain empathy and get into the minds of your customers
  • • Understanding some of the finer details of design
  • • How to create delightful experiences for users

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Speakers
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Emma Carter

Lead User Experience Designer, ThoughtWorks
After running an award winning design agency in the UK for 7 years and being shortlisted for The Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2011, Emma Carter moved to Brisbane Australia and joined ThoughtWorks as the Lead User Experience Designer where sh... Read More →


Tuesday August 8, 2017 9:00am - 10:15am
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