• Lunchtime Talks

    FreedomWorks

    WorthingDigital LunchtimeTalks event on May 10th at FreedomWorks, Worthing. Theme: Online visibility Speakers: Mi Elfverson of The Vlog Academy Meagan Bickerstaff of Inkwave Corinne Card of Full Story Media The power of video for online marketing by Mi Elfverson, founder of The Vlog Academy Video blogging is now regarded as the most powerful online marketing tool available in business. Mi will be talking about how video should be included in your overall marketing strategy and she’ll be sharing her top 5 tips for getting started. The evolution of influencer marketing by Meagan Bickerstaff, founder of Inkwave - meaningful influencer marketing. Meagan will be giving insight into the world of influencers, why we need them and how an influencer marketing strategy is important for your online visibility. Digital PR on a budget by Corinne Card, former national news journalist and co-founder of Full Story Media. Corinne will be talking about how to get awesome press links for SMEs. Plenty of friendly networking, teas and coffees and light snacks. This event is open to all.

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  • Worthing Digital talks: Using Data as a Creative Material with Mike Brondbjerg

    Your data, with it’s stories and characteristics, contains the features, textures, peaks & troughs of your endeavours and is bound uniquely to you. Using this data as the seed in your creative process, allows you to produce data art, design & visualisation, that has the uniqueness & serendipity of your endeavours embedded within it. Mike will look at how data, in one form or another, connects all of his projects and how he’s used it in very different ways. Mike Brondbjerg is a partner at Kultur Design, a creative studio specialising in projects ranging from analytical information design & data visualisations through to data illustration and generative design. Mike is currently working on data visualisation projects within the Intelligence Unit of London’s City Hall for the GLA / Mayor of London. Links: —————————— Web: http://www.kultur.design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikebrondbjerg Instagram: https://instagram.com/mikebrondbjerg Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/mikebrondbjerg

  • WorthingDigital Social

    The Cow and Oak

    Join us for our monthly dose of chit-chat with like minded folk from across the digital sector. Find us in the bar with the WorthingDigital sign on the table

  • Worthing Digital talks: Formative Research Methods with Terika Seaborn-Brown

    We will review methods used in the early stages of product development/re-development which will help get that nebulous client brief down to an actionable direction and lead to a more successful product customers will actually find useful. With a focus on what questions to ask stakeholders, how to identify user needs and requirements, and where opportunity areas exist, this workshop will set you up with the tools to make sure your project doesn’t die. With 10+ years experience, Terika weaves together quantitative and qualitative research in order to inform designs that real people might actually want to use. She has worked on everything from medical devices and in-dash navigation systems to eCom giant intranets and mobile banking applications.

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  • WorthingDigital Social

    The Cow and Oak

    Join us for our monthly dose of chit-chat with like minded folk from across the digital sector. Find us in the bar with the WorthingDigital sign on the table

  • I for one welcome our new robot overlords - Andy Budd

    This talk takes you through 2,000 years of robot evolution, from the mechanical statue of Cleopatra in Alexandria, to the latest lab experiments. During this journey we touch on issues of technology, morality and the socio-economic effects of a world dominated by robots. As a UX design and service designer, I look at how robots will be increasingly used to deliver service experiences, and what us designers need to do in order to create the perfect human-robot interaction.

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  • Lunchtime Talks: #BalanceforBetter

    FreedomWorks

    WorthingDigital inaugural lunchtime event in celebration of IWD 2019. Join us on March 8th at FreedomWorks, Worthing to celebrate International Women's Day! At this new WorthingDigital lunchtime talk and networking event, you will: - Celebrate this year's IWD theme #BalanceforBetter by taking part in the conversation. - Find out how Janna Bastow created an autonomous team culture using OKR methodology at her company ProdPad and how this framework facilitates not only work-life balance, but creation of the best services and products possible. - Hear from Allegra Chapman and Lana Burgess, two of the founders of Brighton Digital Women. Allegra and Lana will be talking about why diversity in digital is important and how we can work towards it. - Learn how to supercharge your Facebook Ads and make the most of your ad budget with Laura Moore. - Find out what WorthingDigital is all about and how you can take part. - Connect with like-minded folk across the digital sector. There will be plenty of friendly networking, teas and coffees and light nibbles. This event is open to all.

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  • WorthingDigital Social

    The Cow and Oak

    Join us for our monthly dose of chit-chat with like minded folk from across the digital sector. Find us in the bar with the WorthingDigital sign on the table

  • Blockchain: what it is and what it means for business

    An evening of 2 talks explaining what blockchain and what you can do with it Kingsley Davies: WHAT THE BLOCK?! A gentle and beginner friendly introduction to blockchain technology. Kingsley will cover: - The history of blockchain technology - Why should I care about blockchain - Blockchain vs Bitcoin? - How blockchain works - where next? Jon Harris: Blockchain as a transformative technology for business How do distributed ledger systems promise to reshape the technical and business landscape in the coming years? About the speakers: Kingsley is a Partner at Underscore consulting, and has spent nearly two decades designing, developing and supporting large scale systems for a number of clients including, Betfair, the BBC, Barclaycard and others that don't start with a B ;-) While working to make things better, he’s seen a steady evolution towards functional programming, a sharper focus on development operation teams and tools and decomposing big things into smaller composable things commonly called services. Most recently he's also dived into the ethical tech and tech for good pools and is keen to encourage and support initiatives in these areas. Jon has over 20 years’ experience in building relationships between businesses and their customers across a broad range of sectors. His career has seen him work both client and agency side for both global and local businesses. He has previously worked across, retail, tech, finance and creative consulting, for business such as Virgin, Ann Summers, S&P Global, Unilever, London Stock Exchange and Madison Square Garden to name a few. Jon has been with Omnitude since its inception and is passionate about the potential that blockchain technology has in changing the dynamic between brands, businesses and individuals.

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  • WorthingDigital Social

    The Cow and Oak

    Join us for our monthly dose of chit-chat with like minded folk from across the digital sector. Find us in the bar with the WorthingDigital sign on the table

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