• UX Crunch Meets Zava: Challenges of Designing for Online Healthcare

    Zava - The Old Sorting House

    TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2uxFufJ Getting your healthcare online is a giant breakthrough for technology today. As UX Designers and Product Managers working in health tech, we impact people’s lives in meaningful ways. With such responsibility for people’s health, how do you design to keep them safe? How do you ask users about their most intimate health issues? How does a doctor build trust and reassure a patient they have never met face-to-face? We sit down for another fantastic evening of theoretical insight, case studies, discussions and more with Zava! Featuring; Keri Stocks - Head of User Experience Design Joshua Kaufman - Senior UX Designer Rosie Webster - UX Researcher Chitra Laras - Product Owner Girish Balakrishnan - Product Owner Priya Prikash - Founder - Design for Social Change ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2uxFufJ Please make sure you purchased a ticket to secure your place. Price includes entry to the event, plus drinks and Pizza! Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have to purchase the correct amount of catering. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Zava Zava is an online doctor’s surgery, offering fast, convenient and reliable access to advice, testing and treatment. Our qualified GPs treat a range of conditions where face-to-face examination is not needed. Zava has grown fast to become the largest digital healthcare provider in Europe, driven by leaps in technology to radically increase healthcare efficiencies, and backed by patient demand for ease, convenience and discretion. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TALKS AND DISCUSSIONS Chitra Laras Chitra believes understanding user pain points is the key to building great products. As a Product Manager at Zava, she takes care of users activation, engagement and retention. Previously she worked at booking.com, and led a startup which launched and validated its core product. Girish Balakrishnan Girish is a Product Owner at Zava focused on solving patient problems around diagnostics, operations and logistics with a strong focus on tackling omnichannel and offline/online challenges. He’s actively involved in growth, scaling the business and helping build a kick-ass product team. Joshua Kaufman Joshua is a Senior UX/UI Designer at Zava where he focuses on the holistic patient experience and helping to create a culture where designers can do their best work. Keri Stocks Keri is Head of UX at Zava. With over 10+ years leading teams, Keri’s passion is creating the space for UX teams to flourish. She’s worked hands on solving customer problems, crafting stellar experiences. Her absolute passion is healthcare and mental health. Rosie Webster Rosie Webster is a UX Researcher at Zava. She has a PhD in Health Psychology and is an associate of the UCL CBC. Rosie is passionate about driving behaviour change and building excellent digital products, through understanding the people that use them. Priya Prikash - Founder - Design for Social Change Priya Prakash is designer-founder of award-winning D4SC - Design for Social Change - A London based urban-tech R&D company working with cities, infrastructure services and location data providers specializing in real-time collaborative systems combining human and machine intelligence to solve urban problems and improve life in cities for everyone. Prakash has been featured in IBM’s People for Smarter Cities, in FT, Sunday Times, BBC, Wired, Guardian and the Queen’s 2017 Honours list for award winning work in Chinese smart cities using data to improve public safety. Prior D4SC, Priya led global design teams launching affordable smart phones for Nokia and was lead-designer and co-inventor of BBC iPlayer with joint patents.

  • The UX Crunch: Design Leadership Panel with Webcredible

    TICKET ONLY EVENT > http://bit.ly/2FPdhHO We'll be sitting down at Webcredible's offices near London Bridge, to discuss the experiences and approach of three of the design industries leading practitioners and managers. With a focus on leadership, Webcredible's CEO (Trenton Moss) will be digging into our panelist's past and present roles, exploring how they achieved their goals, as well as sharing insights into their recipe for success as a designer and manager. We will be opening the discussion to you as well, so bring your questions! Join us for another fantastic evening of talks and discussions! Featuring; Angela Arnold – Principal UX - Which? Paul Coombs – Head of UX & UI - IG Group plc Jon Warden – Head of UX & Design - GSK ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TICKET ONLY EVENT > http://bit.ly/2FPdhHO Price includes entry to the event, plus drinks (Beers, Wines, Soft Drinks) and Pizza! Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have to purchase the correct amount of drink. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OUR PARTNERS Webcredible is an experience design agency. They carry out customer research to identify new opportunities for growth, and then rapidly design and launch products and services that your customers will love. Check them out: http://www.webcredible.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE EVENT TICKET ONLY EVENT > http://bit.ly/2FPdhHO With space for 70 at this event, we would like to invite you straight from work. Doors are opening at 6pm, with discussions starting at 7pm 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 Angela Arnold – Principal UX - Which? Angela is responsible for the UX team, operating end-to-end on projects from problem definition right through to delivery and optimisation. She leads 6 x UX Designers and 3 x Researchers with a mix of skills from facilitation and strategy to detailed UX and UI. Some of her key successes in the role include: (a) Embedding UX benchmarking in product teams to ensure everyone stay focused on the user experience; (b) Implementing robust lean UX and research practices; and (c) Implementing and scaling design sprints across teams. Paul Coombs – Head of UX & UI at IG Group plc Paul leads a team of 20 people based in London and Kraków, including service design, UX, UI, UX research and UX copywriting. His team is overall in charge of the business’s financial trading platforms across web and native apps. All his hard work is paying off with clients valuing the quality and ease of use of the platforms. As well as spending a year as President of the UXUPA, Paul’s previously headed up UX and digital at household names like Channel 4 and Virgin, plus some lesser known start-ups. Jon Warden – Head of UX & Design at GSK Jon heads up all things User Experience and Design in the pharmaceuticals division across 100 international territories, as well as being part of the Global Digital Channels and Analytics Leadership team. He’s overall responsible for the customer experience across web, mobile, campaigns, virtual meeting and CRM, working really closely with all the Heads of Product across multiple value streams. This is a new role and Jon has been tasked with rapidly scaling GSK’s internal capabilities across all aspects of UX and UI. In his previous 9 years in various product & UX director & head of roles, he rolled out design leadership initiatives across large businesses, deployed large-scale UX processes with huge RoIs and contributed to a raft of UX best practices.

  • UX Crunch: Designing for Change


    Can UX design explore people’s motivations, behaviours and relationships to help untangle social challenges, develop effective tools and, ultimately, make the world a better place? Join us for another fantastic evening of theoretical insight, case studies, networking and more! Featuring; Alexander Muir PhD - Associate Professor for Human Centred Design, Amrita University, India Rajiv Arjan - Senior UX Researcher - Google Jenni Parker & Ali Fawkes - Founder & Director & Social Innovation Consultant - Humanly --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2FFAMTG Please purchase a ticket to secure your place! Price includes drinks and Pizza! Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have to purchase the correct amount of catering. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PARTNERS TestingTime AG recruit and supply selected test users. Knowit is a recruitment agency that specialises in building Product, Engineering & UX Design teams. Seamless.ly connects people and exchanges all relevant details with the touch of a button. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TALKS & BIOS TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2FFAMTG Alexander Muir PhD - Principal CX Researcher - John Lewis Partnership Ventures Alexander left behind his 7+ years of experience as a senior design researcher at Microsoft, to move to India and work on Human Centred Design research for humanitarian projects. He taught and lead research into e-learning tech to support women's empowerment in rural India, including winning a Facebook Innovation Award with the MySangham team. Designing for Oral Cultures Designing for low-literacy users from rural villages is not easy. This talk describes a practical case study, with research and theory to help understand the unique challenges of rural people who've grown up without schooling. If you are creating technology for oral-culture based people, this knowledge will help. Rajiv Arjan - Senior UX Researcher - Google For the past 5 years, Raj has been working in the international research team at Google learning how to create products and services for the next billion internet users. Most recently, Raj led the research for redesigning Google Maps for motorcycles, a feature now launched across India, Southeast Asia, and Kenya. Shifting perspectives and designing for diverse audiences. Bias has a sneaky way of making it into our design process and consequently, also our products. As more people come online from parts of the world increasingly dissimilar to our own, how do we ensure that the products we are building are locally relevant and sensitive to our diverse users? This talk will present a case study of how the Google Maps product team challenged themselves to see the product from a different perspective and create a new feature from the ground up by using a research-driven product development approach. Jenni Parker & Ali Fawkes - Founder & Director & Social Innovation Consultant - Humanly Jenni has led design and innovation projects with organisations in the third, public and private sectors in the UK and internationally. Ali has experience in delivering a wide range of design for social impact projects, including how we might use technology to enable people with dementia to live independently. Designing the future of support for people living with cancer Humanly recently worked with Macmillan Cancer Support to design and prototype future services and support for people living with cancer. During this time 27 prototypes were designed, created and tested with over 70 people living with cancer in 12 locations around the UK. This talk will share the story of this 14-month journey, including practical examples of designing for social impact and how to link design concepts to Theories of Change and generate evidence of impact as part of prototyping.

  • UX Crunch Meets Draw Group: Designing for Large Corporate Engagements

    TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2uxFufJ In a world where the ideals of UX craft are often in tension with the loudest, most immediate business pressures, how can we work together to create the best outcomes despite the circumstances in which we operate? It's a regular scenario: the client expects an outstanding outcome but prevents the team from achieving that outcomes... not investing in user testing, making constant technology changes and then asking why the project is under performing. Join Draw Group, who are proud to be a part of leading Management Consultancy ‘Oliver Wyman’, at their Baker Street office and learn about designing for large corporate engagements. We sit down for another fantastic evening of theoretical insight, case studies, discussions and more as we explore some of the biggest frustrations that UX practitioners might typically experience on large corporate engagements and how we work together to mitigate them. Featuring; Adrian Oest - Principal Consultant - Oliver Wyman Kent Valentine - Managing Director - Draw Group Rob Robinson - Creative Director - Draw Group Jared Hill - UX Lead - Draw Group TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2uxFufJ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2uxFufJ Please make sure you purchased a ticket to secure your place. Price includes entry to the event, plus drinks and Pizza! Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have to purchase the correct amount of catering. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ THE UX CRUNCH Tech Circus is a networking and educational events company specialising in User Experience, Product and Design. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ DRAW GROUP Draw Group is a Digital Agency who were recently acquired by Oliver Wyman. Their focus is delivering digital strategy, user experience design, web development, CRM, and front and backend development. They focus on outcomes, not outputs. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TALKS AND DISCUSSIONS TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2uxFufJ Jared Hill - Lead UX Designer Jared has over six years’ experience working across digital technology, marketing, customer experience, and user experience design. Born and raised in Australia, he moved to the bright lights of London shortly after graduating university. He has since worked as a designer across a range of start-ups, digital agencies, and established brands. Rob Robinson - Creative Director Rob founded Clicked Creative in 1999, combining with Draw in 2012, and has led ground-breaking digital projects for clients including the Royal Albert Hall, Sky, KissFM, Blackberry, The Body Shop and The Times. Rob holds a degree in Industrial Design Engineering from Brunel University and is an award-winning Creative Director and pioneer of new technologies. Kent Valentine - Managing Director Kent has been a digital polymath since the early 2000s for clients such as Nokia, Qantas, American Express and Sony. He joined Draw in 2011 and worked in a number of roles across the business before becoming MD in 2016. Kent is a regular speaker about digital strategy and change, particularly within the professional services sector. Adrian Oest - Principal Consultant Adrian is a Principal in the London office, having joined the Frankfurt office in September 2011. Prior to Oliver Wyman, Adrian worked for Palmerston Projects, a consultancy focused on Technology Commercialisation. Projects included the commercialisation of software security solutions, digital signage, organic fertiliser and alternative energy production. He studied Mechatronic Engineering at the University of Adelaide, South Australia and also completed a MBA at Mannheim Business School in 2010.

  • FinTech Design Summit 2019

    Cavendish Conference Centre

    www.fintechdesignsummit.com Following a hugely successful flagship event, the second annual FinTech Design Summit will take place on Friday 12th of April 2019. The FinTech Design Summit is the only conference in the world that pulls together innovative FinTech specialists to discuss product design, UX and strategy. By creating a melting pot of expert designers within the FS community, we hope to accelerate the digital transformation of our Financial Services for generations to come. Over 300 mid to senior level professionals working directly on the design and development of financial products will be present; representing over 200 FinTech related agencies and brands at the top of their game. Situated in the stunning Cavendish Conference Centre on the world-famous Oxford Street, London; FDS is accessible to all and will feature a number of international guests. Ten world-class speakers (including Dan Makoski, Duena Blomstrom, Kevin Lee and Megan Caywood), will take to the stage to discuss how traditional financial products are being disrupted through clean, innovative, experience-led design. Featuring a hand-picked lineup, two panel discussions, a networking after-party and lunch break, plus video access to all talks post-event; don’t miss out on the world’s only FinTech conference full of “take home” content to help inspire your progression in the field of Product Design. For more information check out www.fintechdesignsummit.com

  • The eCommerce Design Summit 2019

    Cavendish Conference Centre

    Welcome to ECOM DESIGN SUMMIT 2019! The eCommerce Design Summit is a specialised 2-day Summit, which will pull together the world’s most innovative eCommerce brands; to discuss their Product Design, Experience and Strategy. Day one is all about Retail and day two explores Travel & Leisure. The overarching message of the summit is to highlight the importance of customer-centricity in delivering successful eCommerce platforms. The aim is to explore the wider product design lifecycle and showcase how an experience-led strategy, when aligned with business goals, can help shape products to increase customer engagement & retention, as well as subsequently better conversion rates for the business. Our ambition is to create a dialogue across the eCommerce community, to accelerate the transformation of digital commercial services for generations to come. Come along and join us, to see how the industry's leaders and innovators approach customer-centricity across their digital commerce platforms, from landing page to check out and beyond. We'll be discussing; product strategy, selling 'experience' to your business, how to approach the delivery of wonderful omni-channel experiences for your user base, the role emerging technology is (and will be) playing in future commerce, and much more! Some of the confirmed speakers so far: Vanessa Kirby - Head of UX @ Marks & Spencer Kevin Lee - Head of Design @ Visa Mel McVeigh - Product & UX Director @ Opposite Days Greg Tariff - Senior Manager of Product Design @ Groupon Caroline Wiryadinata - Design Manager @ OpenTable Vicky Carroll - Product & Design Team Manager @ Hostelworld Group Supriyo Roy - Product Design Manager @ FLIPKART Yolanda Martin - Head of Platform Product Design @ Farfetch Martyn Reding - Head of UX @ Virgin Atlantic Alex Tatner - Experience Design Lead @ TFL Raymond Ho – Product Design Manager @ Zalando By offering great case studies and actionable ‘take-homes’ from some of the world's eCommerce leaders, we want to offer a platform for dialogue within the eCommerce design community, emphasising the importance of personalised retail experiences and hopefully helping propel the eCommerce industry forward. www.ecommercedesignsummit.com

  • UX Crunch: Manipulation by Design *sold out*

    UX Crunch: Manipulation by Design Featuring some of the leading designers, data scientists and creative directors in the UK, this event will look at persuasive design, Cambridge Analytica and Facebook as well as whether certain design practices played a part in the spread of fake news, propaganda and misinformation during the EU Referendum. We'll be joined by; Daniel Harvey - Head of Product Design & Brand - The Dots Professor Karen Pollitt-Cham - Professorial Lead Connected Futures & Digital Transformation Design - Brighton University Phil Bonhard - Customer Experience Lead - Lloyds Banking Group Lauren Pleydell-Pearce - Executive Creative Director - PwC ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TICKET ONLY EVENT > http://bit.ly/2VC4XQS Please make sure you purchased a ticket to secure your place! Price includes entry to the event, plus drinks and Pizza! Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have to purchase the correct amount of food & drink. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ OUR PARTNERS TESTING TIME > testingtime.com/en/ Knowit > knowit.co.uk/ Seamless.ly > seamless.ly/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TALKS & DISCUSSION Daniel Harvey - Head of Product Design & Brand - The Dots Daniel Harvey is Head of Product Design & Brand at The Dots, “The Linkedin for Creatives.” He is a passionate advocate for diversity in the creative industries and sits on the board for Creative Equals. Weaponised Dissent: A Primer on Propaganda in the 21st Century. Featuring; Karl Rove, Vote Leave, Mark Zuccerberg and Vladislav Surkov Professor Karen Pollitt-Cham - Professorial Lead Connected Futures & Digital Transformation Design - Brighton University Professor Karen Cham has spent the last ten years working with EEG and other biometrics to perfect the art of Cognitive UX full for stack, human centred, Digital Transformation Design. She is a critical design practitioner and an expert in 5G UXD, Cognitive Patterns & Data Ethics. Since the Cambridge Analytica scandal, we all now know that algorithms have the power to deliver what seems "suitable" to us based on our internet history, and ‘nudge’ our behaviour to the extent of changing electoral outcomes. Game over? Phil Bonhard - Customer Experience Lead - Lloyds Banking Group Dr Philip Bonhard is the Head of Customer Experience at Lloyds Banking Group. Not only do we live in a 24/7 always on society, where products and services are available at your fingertips; we also live in a "post truth" world, where facts often don't matter as much as "alternative facts". Digital designers, UX, UI, SD, or whichever acronym you prefer, have an increased responsibility to not only ask whether they're building the product right (i.e. will it convert), but also whether we're building the right product and what impact it has on its target audience and everyone else. In this presentation Phil will look at the ethical implications of digital product design and what designers can do to help build a better world. Lauren Pleydell-Pearce - Executive Creative Director - PwC Lauren Pleydell-Pearce is the Executive Creative Director at PwC and is listed as one of 30 Female Creative Trailblazers in the UK. Lauren is a proud supporter of Creative Equals and SheSays UK and serves as a D&AD Judge. Currently charging ahead blindly in the world of Consulting by helping craft beautiful experiences for the Global Fortune 500 as well as supporting start-ups and innovative market challengers. Leave a legacy you're proud of Designers are at an inflection point, trying to keep up with the global speed of change, increased human empowerment and the accelerated development of technology. This presentation will look at the new responsibilities we have as designers and the global trends we need to understand in order to design a future we all want.

  • UX Crunch Meets Braingineers: Emotional Analytics

    The Uncommon Building

    Every leading company wants to connect emotionally with its users. They know that emotionally connected users are more than twice as valuable as highly satisfied users. If only we could take a peek inside the brain... By combining the user emotions data with deep learning algorithms, Braingineers delivers actionable insights in real emotional experience and is used for website optimisation. They created award-winning technology to analyse emotions from brain measurements. As a UX expert will be able to detect which pages, and specifically which elements cause frustration, attention and joy among users. Their insights are proven to increase A/B-testing effectiveness by 25%. Say goodbye to opinions, questionnaires, ratings or smileys and say hello to science-based insights made actionable for online optimisation! Join us for a fantastic evening of talks, discussions and insights! Featuring; Roderick Reichenbach - Co-Founder - Braingineers Sabrina Duda - User Researcher & UX Consultant - Zava Alberto Ferreira - UX Research Manager - Dnata (Travel Republic) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2STJLs0 Price includes entry to the event, plus drinks and Pizza. Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have to purchase the correct amount of catering. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TALKS & DISCUSSION Roderick Reichenbach - Co-Founder - Braingineers As a neuro-psychologist Roderick Reichenbach is specialized in the subconscious of the human brain. After he graduated in Neuropsychology Roderick first started a career in clinical psychology. His research focused on cognitive functioning in children. He was always fascinated by the functioning of the brain and how this is influenced by the environment. People are usually not aware of the various stimuli that influence behaviour, cognition and emotions. The current technology however, enables us to measure when and how the brain is influenced. Sabrina Duda - User Researcher & UX Consultant - Zava Sabrina has over 20 years of experience in UX and user research, is a trained Psychologist and has specialised in Engineering Psychology, Cognitive Ergonomics, and Computer Science. She co-founded one of the first usability agencies in Germany and co-organised the World Usability Day in Berlin for many years. Talk: Emotions and user needs as drivers for product development Why are emotions important? How can they help us with successful product development? How can we research users’ emotions? How can we use emotions in fast paced agile ways of working and lean UX Working hypothesis driven leads you step by step into the right direction. Weekly or bi-weekly user research shows you which of your assumptions are true regarding users’ experience with your product. Alberto Ferreira - UX Research Manager - Dnata (Travel Republic) Alberto Ferreira is a globalisation services expert with over ten years of experience in UX on both client and agency side. He is the author of Universal UX: Building Multicultural Experience and is passionate about user-centric development and applied psychology in human-computer interaction. Talk: (e)Motion in UX Research: So how do you feel? Emotion is fleeting and hard to quantify, yet it plays a key role in user experience. Although we intuitively acknowledge its impact, measuring emotional states and their impact in engagement and attention is one of the biggest challenges in digital research. In this session, we will discuss how the in-house UX team at dnata has put emotion at the centre of its research work, as well as lessons learned from its collaboration with Braingineers. And, because not all research demands expensive equipment, we will also discuss practical methods and research approaches you can use in your own research work to understand user psychology through behavioural design and neuro usability.

  • UX Crunch: Designing for Fintech Part II

    Barclays Rise London

    To celebrate the Fintech Design Summit we are back with another UX Crunch focused entirely on Fintech Design! https://fintechdesignsummit.com/ In an industry with notoriously strict regulations, it has always been a slow progress to deliver risk-averse change for financial product users. But change is here... UX is increasingly edging its way front and centre in business, so we are meeting with some of the practitioners on the ground and exploring the past, present, and future of the 'user' in financial products. Join us for another fantastic evening of key insights, case studies and networking. Featuring: Jason Foo - Head of Product Design - WorldRemit Morgane Peng - Director of User Experience and Design - Societe Generale Robert Whitfield - Principal Product Designer - Tandem ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2Ww2Xe0 Please make sure you purchased a ticket to secure your place! Price includes entry to the event, plus drinks (Beers, Wines, Soft Drinks) and Pizza! Important please note - tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have limited seating and have to purchase the correct amount of drink. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ OUR PARTNERS TESTING TIME TestingTime AG has been recruiting and supplying selected test users for user tests, interviews, focus groups, diary studies and online surveys since 2014. Knowit Knowit is a niche recruitment agency that specialises in building Product, Engineering & UX Design teams across London, Manchester and the USA. Seamless.ly Seamless.ly is a new networking app that connects people with the touch of a button thanks to wireless technology. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2Ww2Xe0 Tuesday 26th February @ 41 Luke St, London EC2A 4DP Space for 150. Doors are opening at 6pm, with introductions at 6.20pm and talks beginning at 6.30pm sharp. There is a lot to get through, so we'll have a tight schedule, so please arrive on time to see the first presentation! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ AGENDA 6.00pm - 6.30pm: Drinks and Networking 6.30pm - 7.30pm: Intro and Talks 1 &[masked]pm - 7.50pm: Drinks and Networking 7.50pm - 9.00pm: Talk 3 and Q&A Panel 9.00pm: Head to a local bar for continued networking ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TALKS & DISCUSSION Morgane Peng - Director of User Experience and Design - Societe Generale Morgane Peng is responsible for delivering meaningful and seamless experiences across BtoB businesses. Previously, Morgane held various positions in e-Commerce and e-Marketing within the Group. Alongside her career, she is a gamer at heart with an active involvement in indie video game development. Jason Foo - Head of Product Design - WorldRemit Jason is Head of Product Design at WorldRemit, responsible for design vision and strategy with a focus on creating experiences for migrants around the world to send money to their friends, family and loved ones. Previously having worked at Kahoot!, Geonomics, BBC and other startups. Outside of work, being a father of two young kids takes up most his attention and have been inspirational in his career path to this point. Robert Whitfield - Principal Product Designer - Tandem Robert is Principal Product Designer at Tandem. His focus is on designing a bank that can help people do more with their money, whether that’s by getting to payday without hitting their overdraft, or developing regular savings habits. Prior to Tandem, Robert worked in agencies with a focus on e-commerce and data. Outside of work, he has a keen interest in music and for a number of years freelanced as a music journalist. TICKET ONLY EVENT: http://bit.ly/2Ww2Xe0