Generator is pleased to announce the fourth instalment of our ever-popular UX Day!
This day full of talks and interactive workshop forms with feature insights from some of the best UX teams in the region. We will be welcoming speakers including Nate Sterling from Grid Smarter Cities and our own business expert in the field, Helena Hill. Come and hear about the fantastic work going on at the forefront of UX design.
Our panel will be moderated by Helena Hill, alongside Ryan Davies (CEO of Surge), Laura Mckay (UX Researcher at Hedgehog Lab), Rachel Derbyshire (UX Designer at Orange Bus), Danielle Stone (Lead UX Designer at JUMP), and Ade-Lee Adebiyi (Co-Founder of make it pop)
This event is aimed at design professionals across all sectors who want to learn more about UX, UI and user research.
9:30am-10:10am – Doors open and networking, teas and coffees
10:10am-10:15am – Introduction
10:15am-12pm – make it pop Design Thinking Workshop
12pm-1pm – Lunch
1pm-1:45pm – Panel Discussion
1:45pm-2:15pm – Break and networking
2:15pm-3:45pm – Workshop: How Does User Experience and Service Design Interact? Led by Helena Hill and Nate Sterling
3:45pm-4:00pm – Break and networking
4:00pm-4:45pm – Talk: Approaching UX Research From a Non-UX Researcher’s Perspective – David Scott, Hedgehog Lab
This event is part of the Supply Chain North East programme and aims to give you an in-depth insight into improving engagement with your audiences through UX, across all your digital assets, to drive business growth.
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Supply Chain North East will see four key partners joining forces to work with over 800 businesses between 2018-2021 supporting businesses to identify opportunities in new and existing markets. An integral part of the North East Growth Hub, Supply Chain North East will be delivered across the region by RTC North, Generator, North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) and North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC). Supply Chain North East is receiving up to £3,148,514 of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.