• Junior UX Crunch: Design Language


    TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2FJ65wS A design language or design vocabulary is an overarching scheme or style that guides the design of a complement of products or architectural settings. A unified design system is essential to building better and faster; better because a cohesive experience is more easily understood by our users, and faster because it gives us a common language to work with. Join us as we sit down for another fantastic evening of theoretical insight, case studies, discussions and more! Featuring; Karen Yunqiu Li – UX lead & Senior Design Researcher - BBC Steven Busuttil - Head of Design Strategy - Lloyds Banking Group Dima Shvedun - Product Design Lead - PatSnap ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2FJ65wS Please purchase a ticket to guarantee entry. Price includes drinks (Beers, Wines, Soft Drinks). Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have limited seating and have to purchase the correct amount of drink. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OUR PARTNERS RED Academy is a leading digital design, marketing and coding school, with campuses in London, Vancouver and Toronto. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE EVENT Doors are opening at 6pm, with introductions at 6.20pm and talks beginning at 6.30pm sharp. There is a lot to get through and we'll have a tight schedule, so please arrive on time to avoid missing the first talk. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TALKS & DISCUSSIONS Karen Yunqiu Li – UX lead & Senior Design Researcher - BBC Karen has over ten years of experience in research and design, holds a PhD in computer science, and is a board member of International Chinese Association of HCI. Her portfolio is a mixture of academic and industry projects, that ranges from tech-based health intervention, human errors in safety critical systems, and enterprise service design. Why do we call design language a language? How important is language to the design and to the design process? In this session, let’s take a different spin on language, explore its impact beyond the design, and discuss some good practices that help you to get it right for enterprise services that consist of multiple digital products, and used by tens of thousands of people in different roles. Steven Busuttil - Head of Design Strategy - Lloyds Banking Group Steven is a design strategist, focussed on transforming organisations to be more human-centred. With 10 years of both hands-on design and leadership experience, Steven is now leading the creation of a Design Language aimed at improving people’s finances and overall feeling of security by conducting pioneering research to measure the impact of design on people’s finances and identifying key moments of opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives through design patterns and interventions. Design for Prosperity: Steven will share his passion for designing with people and how he aims to make a difference to people’s lives through a Prosperous Design Language at the Lloyds Banking Group. Dima Shvedun - Product Design Lead - PatSnap Originally from Ukraine, with 10 years of experience in product design, Dima’s been leading 3 design language development for huge organisations. Currently creating and managing the one for a very complex b2b global company with a strong accent on accessibility and scalability. This talk shall explore making design components that scale, the best practices of using sketch and Abstract for maintaining your design library, using nested symbols for creating flexible components and collaborating with others on maintaining a library.

  • BAD conference (Behaviour And Design Conference)

    Greenwood Theatre

    The BAD (Behaviour And Design) Conference will be launching on January 11th, 2019 at 4pm GMT. As this is the most requested event in our history, Tech Circus is giving you the opportunity to register for early-release tickets! A one-track, one-day conference on the 20th June; BAD is dedicated entirely to understanding the cognitive drivers that make humans tick. With a strong emphasis on psychology, we're set to bring 400 design specialists to the quirky Greenwood Theatre in London. We shall discuss how, when designing experiences, investing in understanding the psychology of your user is paramount. We will have a full roster of PhD-holding speakers, ranging from global brands like Google, to some of the most prestigious university lecturers and pioneers of psychology-driven design. Due to unprecedented demand, exceeding over 500 requests, we have created a mailing list for registration to the event. Please register your interest and you will be given first-access to limited early-bird ticket release to the conference, a day before the official launch date. Once registered you will also have access to group rates which otherwise may not be made available, as we expect a full sell-out. Register for first-access, limited on the link below https://techcircus.us17.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=e79cecf7a37642463823dc8ed&id=4bbb075474