Amuse Special Edition - sponsored by Amuse

User Experience Budapest
User Experience Budapest
Public group
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The language of this meetup will be English.

Dear UX Budapest Meetupers and Amuse Participants,

We'd like to invite you to a special edition of the UX Budapest meetup on the day after the Amuse UX Conference.
This year we invited Amuse attendees to give a talk on our meetup stage.


18.00 Networking.

18.30 Talks.

Marcin Siekaniec (BSH) - Brand Identity Workshop (20min)
If you are a designer who is starting an adventure with the brand, this talk may come in handy. No matter if the brand is just being created or already well established. In order to make a good design you need to understand it deeply. You should also make sure, that the vision is shared throughout the entire company. During my talk, will show you how to do it.
For me, the Brand Experience Workshop is so far the best tool for the job. During the talk I’ll explain how to prepare the workshop. I’ll get through the exercises I see the most valuable for the task. I’ll also share some dos and don’ts.

Attila Bujdosó (BlackRock) - Introducing Social Design Canvas (20 min)
In my talk, I will introduce Social Design Canvas, a novel design tool that helps map, analyse and design key ingredients of social cooperative processes and systems: contributors, contributions, motivations, enablers, rules and tools.
The canvas was co-created and tested by over 200 workshop participants at many European events and will be soon published in Social Design Cookbook. The book, co-authored by designers and researchers from Finland, Hungary and the Netherlands, aims to uncover what it takes to design successful social cooperative systems – processes, organisations and societies.

Pawel Wodkowski (Spartez/Atlassian) - Open by Design (20 min)
In Atlassian, we believe that being open is fundamental to teams reaching their full potential. Openness is at the core of our brand, and one of our company values.
In this talk, I will:
- share what it means to be open as an individual and a team,
- tell you what Atlassian customers say about openness and teamwork,
- present a case study about two special events we run for our users this year - in Sydney (Australia) and Gdansk (Poland).
- show you how we organized UX workshops during those events, and what we gave our users in return for showing up
- and give you practical tips on how to prepare this kind of event in your own company.

Marcin Siekaniec (BSH)
Marcin Siekaniec is a designer at BSH, Warsaw. Very passionate about participatory design, always tries to include brand personality in interaction with user (on every level and minding all channels). Prior to BSH, he was a designer and researcher for international brands, startups and public sector organizations.
During his career, Marcin was also an urban designer working for agencies in Wroclaw, Paris and Barcelona.

Attila Bujdosó (BlackRock)
Attila Bujdoso works as lead UX designer at the world’s largest investment management company. Selected by Kreatív as one of top 25 creative minds in Hungary, he is especially interested in areas where technology, culture and society meet and interact. Attila has a background in architecture, has worked on award-winning interactive design projects at the Kitchen Budapest new media research lab and was curator and co-editor of the book the Subjective Atlas of Hungary.

Pawel Wodkowski (Spartez/Atlassian)
Senior UX Designer working on end-user features of Atlassian's Jira Server and Atlassian's design system (ADG) for Server products. Based in Gdansk (Poland). Works for a Polish partner of Atlassian - Spartez - where three of Atlassian’s globally renowned on-premise products are developed - Jira Software, Crowd and Bamboo. In the past, worked on more than 300 projects around the world - for both small startups and big enterprises. Loves rounded fonts and Cool Gray Pantones.