It’s the first NUX Liverpool of the year and we’re encouraging first time speakers to be brave and have a go. So far we have a couple of new speakers lined up with their lightening talks, so don’t delay grab your tickets now, they’ll go quickly!
If you fancy being brave and presenting a lightening talk at this event yourself, please get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org
NUX Liverpool is kindly hosted and sponsored by Uniform at their Liverpool Office on Monday 29th January, join us from 6:00pm for drinks, pizza and networking. Talks start at 6:30pm.
The evening talks are brought to you by:
A light hearted talk about why typography is important and how we should use it on the web
with Artyom Semenov
Russian born, Glasgow raised, UX designer from Chester. Designer by day, illustrator by night. Worked in video games, magazine layout, and product development before moving to MoneySuperMarket to work in web. Loves to geek out about all things design.
My journey into UX Design – aged 41 1/2
with Sue Irving
Sue worked as a graphic designer for nearly 25 years in a wide variety of roles and sectors. Whilst managing a design studio for a high street retailer, she decided to make the leap and change careers into User Experience. She now works as a Junior UX Designer at the BBC.
Shut Up & Listen 🙂 – Active Listening in UX
with Laura Keenan
A talk around my experience of why it’s important to listen, learn and always ask ‘why’ from 3 areas within UX: your users, your stakeholders and your peers.
Laura has worked in UX Research for over 4 years and has a background in English linguistics and marketing. Now managing a UX Lab at Shop Direct, Laura has spent many hours user testing and collaborating with stakeholders to shape customer evidence led experiments.
|6:00 – 6:30||Networking and refreshments|
|6:30 – 7:30||Artyom’s and Sue’s talks|
|7:30 – 9:00||Open discussion and networking (with more refreshments)|
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