Sabine Ballata: The Storytelling Brain & the UX Mindset: An Exploration An interactive session on how human brains tell stories and why we could make use of that in our design processes. Warning: May contain traces of Victorian novels..
Michael Platzer: Improve your PO/UX collaboration – Bring your Product Owner! In this interactive workshop session Michael will discuss with us about the challenges on both sides of the PO/UX collaboration. Join us and maybe you can bring your Product Owner to join the discussion.
Claudia Oster: User needs & goals – Current approaches and challenges This interactive session will focus on the current approaches which are relevant in the first phase of the user-centered design process – understanding the user needs & goals. Together we will reflect on the used methodologies and discuss which challenges we are facing and how we can solve them.
Andras Rung: How we created a Voice prototype from scratch within weeks Voice-based artificial intelligence (AI) will transform our way of banking within a few years. (Interacting with machines through GUIs is still awkward and in several situations is not effective. Voice interfaces will bring effectiveness, sales numbers and the human touch into financial situations.
On November 12th the World Usability Day takes place again as a world-wide event focusing on bringing people together to ensure that the services and products important to life are easier to access and simpler to use. The theme of 2020 is Human–Centered AI.
The Austrian UX communities decided to come closer together in times where we can’t meet each other in person by organizing one single event for all Austrian UX communities.
From 5 PM until 9 PM you can join us for four session, hosted by various Austrian communities – Linz, Vienna, Salzburg & Graz.
No registration needed – just come and join us.
Join the World Usability Day Austria
All details of the World Usability Day Austria regarding agenda, speakers and the link to zoom & stream can be found on worldusabilityday.at. (Event on Facebook, Event on Meetup (will follow soon))
Further events in Germany & Switzerland
In addition you can join many other events organised by the german-speaking communities in Germany and Switzerland (some will be in German, some in English). The GermanUPA is providing a map (Miro Board) where you can check out the ongoing events and find all the neccessary links and information (will be updated continuously in the next days).