|Sent on:||Tuesday, February 25, 2014 4:17 PM|
we've got a great line-up for next week's event so you better get in there quick if you want to come along as we expect to sell-out in the next couple of days and there won't be any sales on the night (Wed March 5th at Shoreditch Works Village Hall from 6.30pm).
For this event, we'll be theming the night around Minimum Loveable Products, looking at what ways we can get our digital ideas to market sooner, but still delivering a product that users will fall in love with.
There'll be the usual series of epic talks from inspiring minds in the industry, beers, pizza, friendly peeps and lots of tips to be shared for UX designers, developers and startups when working on their own products.
I'll be kicking off the evening off by introducing the concept of MLPs and why it matters.
Joining us on the night will be Jamie Brooker, co-founder at We Are Human sharing some of the methodologies and frameworks he uses in the design process to create minimum loveable products. He'll be talking about their EdTech startup Kahoot!, which is a game-based learning platform played by more than 1 million students worldwide since it's release at the end of August 2013.
We're also pleased to announce Les Cochrane, co-founder and lead designer from Borrow My Doggy who'll be talking about their innovative startup (puppies as a service!) and how they've built a passionate following from small beginnings.
On the panel:
OK got it. Gimme a ticket
Hope to see you there.