Our meetup group has continually been evolving & expanding since we started in 2012, originally as Sydney "Project Managers", then as "PMI Sydney Chapter Meetup" and now as "Future Shapers".
We have awesome monthly events with guest speakers covering a breadth of topics from Innovation, Agile, Lean Product Development, Leadership and more. Covering a wide range of topics, our annual themes have progressed from Project Management, Agile, Agile across the Enterprise, Leadership and our current theme is Future Thinking & Innovation.
We have grown to over 2500 members and welcome all professionals from across the board who are involved in driving business/customer value using products and services globally.
In fact, it’s the diversity in our membership that we love. It helps us broaden our thinking, as we learn, discover, adapt & grow together.
With a growth mindset, we are continually expanding beyond our comfort zones, conducting experiments, sensing & adapting, learning fast, accelerating foresight and activating a greater ability to innovate and lead, all whilst having fun.
So come join fellow Future Shapers and be part of this transformative experience.
- Would you like to know how to reduce the development and maintenance cost of medium to large projects?
- Would you like to know how to improve your Time to Market and ability to innovate?
- Do you want to understand how Design Systems can be used to reach economies of scale and improve the quality of your products?
This talk will provide answers and teach you how to use Design Systems to improve productivity, quality and collaboration between UX, Development and Testing teams.
Discover the missing ingredients that make a Design System and Global Experience Language (GEL) scale for your organisation.
Rozario began developing multi-media applications (mostly CD-ROMS) and Web sites back in 1994. He is passionate about Web Standards, Accessibility and Usability. His industry experience (22 years) allows him to work more effectively by applying the appropriate development methodologies and design patterns to solutions.
He works hard to extend his knowledge of User Experience and 'Information Design'. He enjoys the research of Nielson, but has deeper respect for the insights of Tufte.
6.00 pm: Doors open
6.00 - 6.30 pm: Networking
6.30 - 8.00 pm: Presentation
8.00 - 8.30 pm: Q&A
8.30 - 9.00 pm: Networking
9 pm: Doors close