• Amuse Special Edition - sponsored by Amuse
    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. ------------------------------------ PROGRAM ------------------------------------ 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. ------------------------------------ OUR SPEAKERS ------------------------------------ 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.

    Prezi House of Ideas

    Nagymezo 54-56, · Budapest

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  • A life in UX - Sponsored by UXStudio
    The language of this meetup is English. Program: 18.00 – Venue opens 18.30 – Presentations start 20.00 – Drinks, networking Thanks to this month's sponsor, UXStudio, we will come together to talk about the different aspects of choosing UX as a career - or more that that, a life. --------------------------------------------------------------- Talks: 🙂Tamas Boczko & Neha Raghuvanshi 💬Co-design beyond boundaries (30') How often have you run into situations where you had to solve complex design problems? Have you ever thought of engaging users in your design process as you discover their true motivations? The international UX crew at LogMeIn has involved users from across the globe in their User Experience practice by running in-person and remote co-design sessions. Co-design is a participatory design method where users, designers and researchers collaborate simultaneously to co-construct an experience. These sessions have not only helped us with quick visualization of user problems, but have also helped with speedy stakeholder alignment! Join us to learn more about: - Our process & perspectives related to co-design - Running remote and in-person sessions - Tips & Tricks - Bonus: Co-design templates to help get you started! 🙂Klaudia Simon 💬We reviewed 600+ UX portfolios and we have some tips for you as well (30') Design stories are the future of UX portfolios! Forget about only showing UIs and present your UX skills to stand out from the crowd and land that job you really want. 🙂Lightning talks (30') 💬Let's keep this a surprise :) --------------------------------------------------------------- About the speakers: Neha Raghuvanshi is a UX Researcher at LogMeIn, Boston and focuses on understanding users in the AI-driven customer engagement space. Her favorite part of UX Research is going out into the field - empathizing with users in contact centers and telling stories about them. Previously, she’s worked in the B2B e-commerce UX space and has a MS in Human Factors in Information Design. Tamás Boczkó is a product designer at LogMeIn, Budapest. He focuses on UX design of complex multi-user systems in the fields of remote support and customer engagement. He believes that deep understanding customers’ needs and behaviours is the key to design solutions that solve real user problems. Klaudia Simon is a Product Designer @UXstudio and @UXfolio. --------------------------- The event will be live streamed, we will post the link to the stream in the comments.

    Millenáris Startup Campus

    Kis Rókus u · Budapest

  • Így tanulunk mi! – Szakmai képzések meetup & kiállítás
    A nyári szünet előtti utolsó meetup képzésekről és tanulási lehetőségekről szól, rendhagyó formában. A szokásos pár perces pitch helyett most a falra kerülnek a képzés során készült skiccek, mapek, drótvázak és egyéb munkaanyagok, hogy a résztvevők bővebben mesélhessenek munkájukról és a képzések tematikájáról. A bemutatkozó képzések: MOME ID MOME IxD Lab MOME Service Design, Basic & Expert Krea UI/UX Designer képzés xLabs Intenzív UX kurzus BME Kognitív Tudomány MSc Néhány kiselőadással is készülünk: 🙂 Elizabeth Quigley (Sr. UX Researcher @ LogMeIn) 💬 Customer Interview Training – The LogMeIn Way [talk in English] 🤔 Marián Miklós (BME TTK Kognitív Tudományi Tanszék, Tanulás és emlékezet kutatócsoport) 💬 Teszt-hatás – út a hatékony tanuláshoz Tesztelés alapú tanulás – első hallásra ellentmondásnak tűnhet, hogy a megtanultak felidézése hatékony tanulási módszer is lehet. Kutatások eredményei azonban alátámasztják, hogy egy emlék ismételt felidézése jobban elősegíti annak hosszú távú megtartását, mint ismételt újratanulása. Az előadásban a tesztelés ezen előnyös hatásának jelenségéről és lehetséges magyarázatáról, agyi mechanizmusairól lesz szó.

    LogMeIn Labs

    Paulay Ede u. 12., Ground floor · Budapest

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  • Think about Change - Craft Special Edition (sponsored by Craft and Prezi)
    The language of this meetup is English. Craft conference (https://craft-conf.com/) is bringing international speakers to Budapest, we are bringing 2 of them to you. 2 amazing talks - one on how do humans think, one on how you should design change - don't miss it! Program: 18.00 – Venue opens 18.30 – Presentations start 20.00 – Drinks, networking Talks: Linda Rising - Thinking Fast and Slow (45') When Daniel Kahneman won the Nobel Prize for developing a new model of how the brain works, it changed how we think about thinking. If you haven't had time to read Kahneman's book "Thinking Fast and Slow," or even if you have, Linda will "translate" the model and what it means for us in working better. We know that our jobs involve thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making. We all want to do a better job of thinking fast and slow. Linda will help you get started with that. Matt Lavoie - Designing Change for Products, Process, and Culture (30') Change is hard. But in order to grow we must embrace change and try to get others to do so as well. For UX designers the most obvious needs for change we face may be overhauling or redesigning products without leaving our current users behind. Often the less obvious needs for change dwell more in shifting internal process or organisational mindsets so that we can be successful. So why not apply a UX approach to design this change and set it up for success? This talk will explore many of the hard lessons and strategies learned in undertaking introducing UX to a decade old enterprise product, team, and company. Speakers: Linda Rising is an independent consultant based in Nashville, Tennessee. Linda has a Ph.D. from Arizona State University in the field of object-based design metrics and a background that includes university teaching and industry work in telecommunications, avionics, and tactical weapons systems. An internationally known presenter on topics related to patterns, retrospectives, the change process, and how your brain works, Linda is the author of a number of publications and five books: Design Patterns in Communications; The Pattern Almanac 2000, A Patterns Handbook; and, co-authored with Mary Lynn Manns, Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas and More Fearless Change, released last year. Find more information about Linda at www.lindarising.org. Matt Lavoie loves solving real problems for real people, and inspiring others to do the same. Though his career began in software development, it pivoted to user experience design after he discovered a passion for the field and saw a need for the role. He is now the Lead User Experience Designer at PowerDMS, a cloud based crucial content platform, and founder of the Downtown UX Meetup, a community of UX professionals and advocates in Orlando, Florida.

    Prezi House of Ideas

    Nagymezo 54-56, · Budapest

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  • Collaboration & Design Readiness – sponsored by LogMeIn
    [The language of this meetup is English] Our guest speakers from InVision, LogMeIn, and Emarsys will talk about their design process, how they work on demolishing silo walls and build a design culture. OUR PROGRAM 18:30 Venue opens; Start the conversation, meet new people! 19:00 Talks 🤔 Péter Balázs Polgár (Head of UX @ Emarsys, Budapest) 💬 Shaping Cultures How we build a UX team, a UX practice and a UX culture within a scaling product organisation. Our approach to introduce methods into an existing agile process, and a few case studies. 😎 Andrew Cullen (Director of Product Design @ InVision, London) 💬 InVision on InVision – How collaboration helps build better products • Maturing our Product organization with scale • A deep dive into InVision’s design process • Tools we use to collaborate more effectively 🙌 Invision STUDIO demo As we wouldn't miss the opportunity to learn more about this new design tool from Andrew Cullen! ------------------------------------ 🍻 After the talks join us for a drink at Anker't pub (Paulay Ede u. 33) ------------------------------------ If you can't make it in person, you can still tune in and watch the live stream! https://www.gotomeet.me/uxbudapest

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    LogMeIn Labs

    Paulay Ede u. 12., Ground floor · Budapest

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  • DOERS Special Edition - Sponsored by DOERS and Frontìra
    The language of this meetup will be English. Dear UX Budapest Meetupers and DOERS Participants We'd like to invite you to a special edition of the UX Budapest meetup on the day before the DOERS Service Design conference. We will have 3 talks about different aspects of service design, enterprise design, and customer centricity. --------------- PROGRAM --------------- - 18:00 Gates open - 18:30 A quick intro - 18:45 Talks - 20:30 Let's grab a beer! ------------------------------------------------- OUR SPEAKERS AND THEIR TOPICS ------------------------------------------------- Igor Ivanović (Head of Experience Design & Governance @ Telenor Serbia) - Scaling Customer Centric Culture, With No Excuses Tamás Kocsis (Head of Marketing Technology @ NN) + Ákos Csertán (Design Strategist @ Frontìra) - Two Sides Of The Same Coin - Customer-centricity from different perspectives Kamill Kószó (Brand Entrepreneur and Business Design Consultant @ DDB Budapest) + László Ágoston (Digital and Business Transformation Director @ DDB Budapest) - Entry Points Of Service Design

    Prezi House of Ideas

    Nagymezo 54-56, · Budapest

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  • Februári UX Meetup - sponsored by Isobar
    (The language of this meetup will be Hungarian.) Az év első UX Meetupja igazán közösségi módon: ti küldtétek a témákat, mi pedig csak szervezünk hozzá egy helyet, hogy meghallgathassuk. Az előadásokból lesz egy jó kis vegyes felvágott, esettanulmányokkal, tapasztalatmegosztással, ami érinti a UX designt de a menedzsmentet is. Ezt az alkalmat az Isobar Budapest támogatja. Köszönjük nekik, hogy segítenek biztosítani a helyszínt és a harapnivalót februárban! ------------ Program ------------ - 18:00 Ajtót nyitunk, ti jöttök - 18:30 Bevezető (éves meetup tervek, Facebook group újdonságok) - 18:45 Előadások - 20:30 Beszélgetős afterezés ------------------------------------ Előadók és előadás témák ------------------------------------ 🤩 Temesi Márton (UX Designer @ Emarsys) ☞ Atomic Design a gyakorlatban Sokat beszélünk napjainkban design rendszerekről, de kevés gyakorlati példával lehet találkozni a hazai színtéren. Marci az Emarsys UX csapata képviseletében egy konkrét esettanulmányon keresztül mutatja be, milyen kihívásokat hordoz magában egy fenntartható rendszer kiépítése. 🤓 Vass Sándor (Head of UX and Design @ Liligo.com) ☞ Fokuszvezérlő animációk A felhasználói folyamat időbeli kiterjedése egy olyan dimenziót ad a digitális terméknek, ami segít megérteni hierarchikus viszonyokat, funkcionalitást és számtalan lehetőség nyílik a figyelem irányítására. Gyakorlatilag a saját interaktív animációnkban vagyunk. Mit tudunk ezzel kezdeni, hogyan tudjuk irányítani? 🤘 Busák István (Head of Experience Design @ Isobar Budapest) ☞ Nemzetközi UX tapasztalatok, és miért hasznos ez ha hazai piacra (is) dolgozol Hogyan dolgozik együtt egy lokációban és kompetenciákban is diverz csapat egy nemzetközi UX projekten. Mindez egy konkrét eseten keresztül elmesélve: kollaboráció, eszközök és módszerek a HEROLD és az Isobar együttműködésében a német-holland-magyar tengelyen. És hogyan hasznos mindez a tapasztalat a hazai piacon. 🤠 Fejérváry Tamás (Digital Art Director, UI/UX Designer @ Saatchi & Saatchi) ☞ Hogyan készült a Pampers Club loyalty app Egy app története, a fő funkciók kialakítása, problémák, amikbe belefutottunk és hogyan oldottuk meg azokat. Mindeközben hogyan lett egy két fős pitchből egy év alatt egy 30 fős projekt, ami 300%-os üzleti növekedést termel, és hogyan alakítottunk ki egy részben remote agilis csapatot egy egyébként jellemzően waterfall működő nagy ügynökségnél.

    Premier Kultcafé

    Budapest, Üllői út 2-4, 1085 · Budapest

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  • Ladies that UX feat. UX Budapest (sponsored by Prezi)
    The language of this meetup will be Hungarian. Sziasztok! Az évet egy magyar nyelvű, koprodukciós meetuppal zárjuk - a Ladies that UX Budapest meetup néhány tagja fog prezentálni változatos témákban. ------------------------------------ PROGRAM ------------------------------------ 18.00 Kapunyitás, pizza és sör. 18.30 Barcsi Viktória - UXwriting @ ingatlan.com Amiről nem lehet beszélni, arról hallgatni kell, ahogyan azt már Wittgenstein is megmondta. De hogy jön ez ide? Mi az a ux writing? Egyáltalán, miért és mit ír a ux-es? Csak a ux-es gondolkodhtat a felhasználó fejével? Ha érdekel, hogy az ingatalan.com-nál milyen válaszokat adtunk ezekre a kérdésekre, gyere! 1% filozófia 99% case study! 19.00 Zádori Adrienn - Hogy tervezz adóbevallást 2 millió magyar embernek? Az előadás a 2017 márciusában útjára indított NAV online adóbevallásának UX kutatását és tervezését járja körül. A preziből megtudhatod: * Hogy érvényesítheted a UX szempontokat egy gigantikus, a közszférában zajló projektben? * Hogy építed be az ügyfél “know-how”-ját a kutatási és tervezési szakaszba? * Hogy döntöd el, hogy kit vonsz be és mit kérdezz? * Milyen meglepetések érhetnek a helyszínen, ezekre hogy készülj fel? * Hogyan hitelesíted az eredményeidet adatokkal? * Hogyan építheted be a főbb megállapítások a struktúrába? * Miért készülj mindig egérrel a usability tesztre? * Hogy állj oda az államtitkár elé prezentálni a kész terveket? 19.30 Kovács Zsuzsa - Kutass mint egy detektív! Avagy mit tanulhatunk az interjúkészítésről a profi nyomozóktól Empátia, kíváncsiság, titokzatosság - ez csak néhány azok közül a hasznos technikák közül, melyek jól jönnek mindenkinek, aki kutatásra adja a fejét. Az interjúkészítés pedig nem más, mint nyomozás. Mindkettő célja, hogy olyan titkok kimondására vegyen rá embereket, melyekről nem beszélnének feltétlenül mások előtt. Előadásomban pár híres detektív módszerein keresztül mutatom be a felhasználói kutatás során nélkülözhetetlen trükköket és gyakorlatokat. 20.00 FARM (1065 Budapest, Ó utca 14.) - Afterparty ------------------------------------ ELŐADÓK ------------------------------------ Barcsi Viktória (Design Lead, ingatlan.com) Közel tíz éve foglalkozik digitális tervezéssel, menedzseléssel és fejlesztéssel. Az ingatlan.comnál két és fél éve vágott bele a design csapat felépítésébe és működtetésébe. Emellett immár harmadik éve UX designt tanít a Metropolitan Egyetemen a média designer szakos hallgatóknak. Zádori Adrienn (UX Designer, IBM Budapest Lab/Ustream) A nevéhez fűződik a NAV online adóbevallásának teljeskörű felhasználó kutatása és felhasználói élményének megtervezése. Jelenleg az IBM AI alapú videós megoldásán, a Watson Video Enrichment-en dolgozik. Kovács Zsuzsa (UX Research Lead, Prezi) 2008 óta kutatja megszállottan a felhasználói viselkedést személyesen és távolról, kvalitatívan és kvantitatívan, szervezetten és gerillában. A Prezi kutatócsapatát vezeti, UX Budapest meetup-ot és Amuse konferenciát szervez.

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  • Amuse Special Edition - sponsored by Amuse
    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 before the Amuse UX Conference. We will have 3 international speakers who prepared some amazing talks for you. After the talks you are invited for some free drinks - as a courtesy of Prezi and the Amuse UX Conference. ------------------------------------ PROGRAM ------------------------------------ 17.30 Networking. 18.00 Relationships are complicated: How UX Research and Data Analysis come together at Zendesk (Brent Palmer) The real designers in the room are the ones who make the decisions. How you facilitate discussions and support your solutions may be more important than the design itself. Learn how to incorporate data into one’s delivery to improve footing with stakeholders. I’ll walk through cases where analytics and stories came together to offer richer, more compelling narratives. 18.30 Using LEGO to explore User Stories (Lucas Wxyz) I would like to share my experience using LEGO to create and explore User Stories. While there will not be a workshop, I would like to present examples from what has been explored on a few sessions done with students and clients. 19.00 The Funky Drummer: 3 Ways to Supercharge Collaborative Creativity (Tom Illmensee) November, 1969. Ten musicians in Ohio created one of the most iconic songs in the history of pop music - all without any written music or even much of a plan. How did they do it? How can user experience professionals apply these techniques? This talk will explore three unusual superpowers designers can leverage to spark collaborative creativity with any team. 20:00 After-party at Ankert ------------------------------------ OUR SPEAKERS ------------------------------------ Brent Palmer, Lead Designer at Zendesk Brent is a Lead Designer for Zendesk where he heads up UX and Design for Zendesk’s analytics product, Explore. Previously, Brent was Director of UX at TrendKite, an analytics platform for Public Relations professionals. Before a long career in technology, Brent spent ten years in advertising. Brent is active in the design community, speaks regularly at meetups and has been a guest lecturer at several universities. He has two daughters who teach him the best part of design is making mistakes. Lucas Wxyz, Usability Specialist and Design Researcher at Usergrapher Photographer by vocation, Design Anthropologist by profession, Talmudist aficionado. Colombian and Spanish Passports. Danish Resident. Has worked in UK, Spain, Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden. Tom Illmensee, Orbital Music Park Tom Illmensee is co-founder of Orbital Music Park, a startup in the US that facilitates local networking, collaborative play and creative space for musical people, inclusive of all instruments, styles and abilities. He was previously Director of Design and User Experience at Prezi in Budapest. Tom lives in Richmond, Virginia, where he also plays guitar very loud and runs every day.

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  • Artificial Intelligence feat. UX
    🗣 The language of this meetup is English. Everyone is talking about AI. There are countless articles about how AI will take our job, how machines will rule the world some day, and so forth. These are all important topics. We feel however, that we are not talking enough about the practical things. During this meetup we will focus on how AI affects UX design and research. How our point of view should change to apply the knowledge given by these clever algorithms? What do we mean by control? What does it mean that there can be myriads of different outcomes for each user? Péter Polgár and Mátyás Szaszkó, 2 experienced UXers will talk about different aspects of UX in the AI driven world. After the talks we would like to invite you to discuss the things we heard, have a debate, have a conversation that you might not have during your daily job. Oh, and we have one Amuse UX Conference (http://www.amuseconf.com/) ticket and tons of superb Sketch App giveaways (https://www.sketchapp.com/) in our pocket as well ;) — SPEAKERS Péter Polgár — Head of UX @Emarsys, former UX researcher @Prezi Designing AI products Peter currently obsesses on how the rise of AI technologies will change UX and product design. To this end he edits Algorithmic Experiences (https://polgarp.github.io/alg-exp/), a weekly newsletter on designing human experiences in the age of AI. Designing products with AI technology, especially machine learning offers some unique challenges, for example the product needs to be trained and may behave in unexpected ways confusing and surprising users. This changes how designers need to work on such products. In this talk I'll introduce some of the issues and some of the already emerging design principles in the field. — Mátyás Szaszkó — Product Manager and UXer at Bicycle AI Designing around variable usefulness for an AI assistant Mátyás had his start in Psychology, crossed the big corporate digital swamp, worked on a chatbot platform for financial institutions and ended up in Y Combinator with Bicycle AI. How can AI assist people in today's workplace? This is what we're working on at Bicycle AI and I'll show you a couple of examples on how we aim to solve the more common AI related UX and product challenges. How to design for variable usefulness? Recall or precision? How do you give the user control over their experience? — Even more info coming soon…

    Emarsys Hungary Office

    Kossuth Lajos utca 7-9 · Budapest

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