21 July 2017Main conference20 JULY Pre Conference Evening Talks
An indie conference about user experience held in Auckland

UXHG NIGHTS - THE WARM UP EVENT 20 JULY

REC, 38 Customs St E, Auckland 5.45pm - 8.30pm

5:45pm Registration

6:15pm Matt Stephenson

Product development case study: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

6:45pm Hayden Vink

No mean feat - improving CX inside a big corporate wholesale provider of broadband services

7:30pm Nicola Holden

Making meaning - understanding what makes things meaningful for people, so we can design more meaningful things

8:00pm Drinks

THE MAIN EVENT 21 JULY

Spark City 167 Victoria Street Auckland 8.00am - 6:00pm

WELCOME

8:00am Registration

8:40am Opening

DESIGNING FOR UNUSUAL CONTEXTS

9:00am Sarvnaz Taherian

A user centred approach to developing a brain-computer interface for individuals with severe disabilities

9:30am John Jones

Heavy, dirty and smelly.

9:45am Nick Hayes

Co-designing a pizza: creative methods to engage vulnerable users

10:05am Morning Tea

12:30pm LUNCH

1:30pm WORKSHOPS / DEEP DIVES

Dan Dixon

Concept testing

Dominic Rogers

Analysis techniques for designers

Jodine Stodart

Customer journey mapping

Richard Shed

Creating Creative Nudges

Sarvnaz Taherian

Brain-computer interface technology

GNARLY CASE STUDIES

2:30pm Kirsten Stevens & Macushla Howell

Insight to action - Using data to promote great customer experiences

3:05pm Jonny Lim

Lessons from the innovation lab

3:20pm Haunani Pao

The Experience of Medical Cannabis

3:35pm Mike Higham

Context is Queen. And Museums are Weird.

4:05pm Afternoon Tea

TO THE FUTURE

4:20pm Miriam Walker

What is the future of design research?

4:55pm Perrin Rowland

How to Talk to the Elephant - Design for Behavioural Change

5:10pm Katherine Barrow

Post-UX - A Survival Guide

5:25 Closing

5:40 PARTY AT TOM TOM!

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UX Homegrown is a submission-based and community curated indie conference with the goal of growing the level of practice across our whole country. We showcase what UX looks like in New Zealand with the best case studies; from the untold stories from unexpected places to the high profile projects from our communities stars. All made with love.

UX Homegrown is a one day conference of 17 talks and workshops on the 21st of July and a pre-conference evening of 3 talks on the 20th of July. Your ticket gets you access to both! See out full list of talks and workshops here.

Speakers

Perrin Rowland

Perrin Rowland

Spark

Sarvnaz Taherian

Sarvnaz Taherian

Thought Wired

Dan Olesson

Dan Olesson

Pixel Fusion

Rebecca Cox

Rebecca Cox

reb.net

Nick Bowmast

Nick Bowmast

Bowmast

Katherine Barrow

KatherineBarrow

Pixel Fusion

Miriam Walker

MiriamWalker

Independent

Heath Sadlier

Heath Sadlier

Neighbourly

Dan Dixon

Dan Dixon

DAN

Jodine Stodart

JodineStodart

DAN

Richard Shed

Richard Shed

Thoughtfull

Kirsten and Macushla

Kirsten StevensMacushla Howell

PWC & BNZ

John Jones

John Jones

Applicable

Kirsten and Macushla

JonnyLim

JonnyUX

Mike Higham

Mike Higham

Te Papa Tongarewa

Dominic Rogers

Dominic Rogers

Siso

Nick Hayes

Nick Hayes

DHWLab

Haunani Pao

HaunaniPao

Rabidtech

Matthew Stephenson

Matthew Stephenson

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Hayden Vink

Hayden Vink

Chorus

Nicola Holden

Nicola Holden

The Distillery

Highlights from last year

Katherine Barrow - Life after go-live: Measuring success, growing users and building habits post release

Mohit Singh Paul Keesing - Innovation by applying startup culture to corporate product development

Chris Jackson - Beyond Design Thinking from

Heather McLay - How to fail

Meghan White - Creating interactions that customers love

Samantha Ryan - Card Sorting for Humanities

Contact

UX Homegrown is being lovingly wrangled by Matt Gould, Emma Pittar and Gerbrand Van Melle supported by a cast of colourful and clever folk. Email Matt at matt@lushai.com, Emma at hey@emmapittar.com, message us on Twitter (@uxhomegrown), or drop us a line on Facebook