Together with other UX communities from Austria we will celebrate World Usability Day 2022 with a collaborative #WUDAustria – event. You can join remotely or visit one of the onsite events (where the online events will be streamed as well). Please register here: tinyurl.com/wudaustria
For our streamed event here in Vienna we’re happy to have Mirjam De Klepper. She will talk about “Ethical research practices in the digital health space”.
We’re again partners of WebExpo! Want to win a free ticket? On May 3rd at 19:00 we will post a question in uxaustria.slack.com (in the #general – channel). Whoever gives the correct answer first will win the ticket. Want to join our Slack? Just send us an email (email@example.com), we’ll invite you into our Slack.
Additionally, we have a 15%-off code “uxvienna15” that’s available for anyone.
Mirjam de Klepper: Upgrading user research: from bootstrapping health app to mature medical device Mirjam is a Senior UX Researcher at mySugr and will explain, how the UX research department at mySugr grew and developed as the company scaled up. She’ll make use of the DesignOps menu to clarify the key areas that they have focused on and share concrete examples and practical tips from her day-to-day.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it” (Abraham Lincoln)
We need your help! Do you want to shape the future of UXVienna AND in doing so learn how to conduct a remote Design Thinking workshop? This will be a special UX Vienna meetup, since it will be all about what you like, what you don’t like and how we could improve our meetings. Everyone is welcome, if you are a first-timer or a seasoned participant.
Let’s create the future of UX Vienna together and make sure it’s sustainable and relevant for everyone involved.
The values of UX: Algorithms as the new UX design material.Peter Purgathofer | Associate professor at the Vienna University of Technology, Faculty of Informatics
When we design interactive systems, we often represent the interests of users in the overall process, from early design until the finished product. We focus on the needs of people who will work with the system, regard them in the design process, and enforce them in the implementation. Just as technology has become an inseparable part of society, I argue that we not only represent users in design, but all of humanity.