UX Belgrade meetup is ready for it's fall edition! Let's meet at ICT Hub's Playground (http://icthubplayground.rs), September 7th at 6PM. We are more than proud to host three amazing designers from around the globe.
► 18:00h - Gathering
Come on time and reserve your seat for the talks. Be sure to save the tickets you'll receive at the entrance for the possibility to get some free license codes to help you in your work.
►18:10h - 18:40 - A Designer’s Guide on How to Create High Converting Copy // Nevena Tomovic - GoDaddy
As designers you are excellent visual artists, you can design an interface with emotions, understand your users, and move people to action. But, when it comes to copy, you are lost for words. It all comes down to one thing - having a conversation. This talk will remind you, how to let go of the rules, and focus on what you already know and that is talking to your customers.
► 18:45h - 19:15 - Designing products in an enterprise and for an enterprise // Ryan Murphy - GoDaddy
You may be an amazing designer. No really, you’re good. But it doesn’t matter if you give product managers, engineers, and executives a shitty user experience. Learn three important rules when working with these key stakeholders.
► 19:20h - 19:50 - Lean UX in the enterprise // Austin Knight - HubSpot
This is the story of how we doubled the conversion rate on HubSpot.com, by leveraging a lean design process that's focused on rapid iteration and objectivity. Get an in-depth look at our distinctive UX process and how we've applied it at a public company with over 1,600 employees across 7 global offices. See exactly how it works and walk through every step of a real project, where we redesigned HubSpot.com in a period of less than 3 months. See the results, both quantitatively and qualitatively, and how we achieved them. Walk away with all of the information that you need to apply a similar process at your company. This isn’t another abstract process talk; it’s a hands-on session with actionable learnings and take-aways, backed up by data and a well-documented case study.
► 19:50h - 20:00 - Take a break!
► 20:00h - Design Discussion // Designing in large companies
This time again we'll have an opportunity to engage in a discussion with the topic about how it looks like to design in a large company. Get ready to ask questions! Use #UXBGDiscussion on Twitter to ask some of your questions.
► 20:30h - 21:00h - Networking
Let's mingle with our friends and colleagues, share your experience and ask extra questions to the speakers.
Who is it for?
We are looking for UX Design professionals, but encourage designers in general, as well developers, researchers, and product owners to name a few, to join us. In case you’re interested in learning and sharing your experience on the topic of User Experience - Welcome to the party!
» Designers - This is a hot topic for all designers out there, no matter in which industry you are - so be sure to not miss it.
» Developers - As designers, we love developers. Together with you, we can make awesome things!
» Strategists - Without research, analytics, copywriting and many other things our designs may not solve problems. Help us help you.
» Product Owners - All the business and product owners should understand what good UX can mean to their customers. Why not you?
We invite you to join us at ICT Hub Playground (http://icthubplayground.rs), an innovative, creative and most of all playful place (Kralja Milana 10 Belgrade (https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Kralja+Milana+10%2C+Belgrade%2C+rs)).
Playground is a place where people can create together, explore new technologies, learn from each other, exchange their ideas and experiences. Playground is also working on stimulating startup and IT community in Serbia.
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☞ Important notice: Please RVSP with "Yes" only if you are really coming to the meetup. We have just 120 reserved seats for the talks.