The Data & Design challenge
Data/design, quant/qual can no longer work in our comfortable silos, without qualitative and human understanding of the world, data can never reach its full potential. To fully understand not only the context of information that we can see but also the implications of what we do with that data — we need to combine these two skill sets. We will look at where, when, and how these skills can help in the design process.
Hollie is an Interaction Design Manager at Fjord, where she focuses on helping clients create products and services that excite audiences and drive engagement. Over the last ten years, she has worked in the luxury, culture, publishing & tech sectors, collaborating closely with clients to create user-centered designs for a wide range of digital products, from large-scale collections systems to small innovative app projects. Her passion projects are around trends, ethics and how technology affects society.
Prior to Fjord, she worked with various London agencies and in-house for Code & Theory, The Times and Bureau for Visual affairs where she led the UX and design teams. She mentors early-stage startups as part of the Google Launchpad program and junior UX designers through UXPA. When not designing she’s a keen traveler and Instagram addict.
Her client list includes Google, Facebook, Net-A-Porter, BBC, Southbank Centre, The V&A, Paul Smith, Wellcome Collection, The National Theatre, Deep Mind, and Roald Dahl.
"The good, the bad and the ugly: Gathering insights from parents" by Claire Gilbert, Product Manager at Classlist.
Claire Gilbert is Product Manager at Classlist, helping parents be there for each other digitally in their school communities. Prior to joining Classlist she was Product Manager at Doddle, a teaching and learning platform used in secondary schools.
7pm - Doors open (join us for drinks and meet friendly peers)
7.30pm - Talks start
8.30/9pm - End