13-15 June 2018

Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

Programme

We're delighted to present the sixth UX Scotland programme, featuring more than 50 exciting sessions!

Day One - Wednesday 13th June 2018

8:30  Conference Registration

9:15  Welcome to UX Scotland

9:30

Keynote

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60 minutes

Pete Fossick

Factotum Design

10:30  Refreshment Break

11:00

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 Case Study

How to create a user-centered 'digital ecosystem' across devices

45 minutes

Soren Engelbrecht

A.P. Moller - Maersk

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 Workshop

Designing future experiences for children to have better relationships with food

90 minutes

Christina Li

Melon Experience Design

Rachel Liu

Pearson Education

 Hands-On

User-centred content

90 minutes

Mike Dunn

Edo

Helen Triggs

Edo

11:50

 Case Study

We need to talk about data

45 minutes

Chris Taylor

D8

12:35  Lunch Break

13:30

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 Case Study

The UX of management

45 minutes

Adrian Howard

Quietstars

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 Workshop

Intro to sketchnoting

90 minutes

Chris Spalton

Foolproof

14:20

15:05  Refreshment Break

15:30

Continued

 Case Study

The Sensorium: designing future interactions

60 minutes

Dr Emilia Sobolewska

Edinburgh Napier University

16:30  Social Evening

Day Two - Thursday 14th June 2018

9:00–9:30  Conference Registration

9:30

Keynote

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60 minutes

Claire Rowland

Claire Rowland Associates

10:30  Refreshment Break

11:00

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45 minutes

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 Tutorial

Asking better questions

45 minutes

Chris How

Clearleft

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45 minutes

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11:50

 Case Study

UX designers vs. climate change

45 minutes

James Christie

Mad*Pow

 

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45 minutes

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 Tutorial

Getting started with Jobs-To-Be-Done

45 minutes

Andy Irvine

FreeAgent

 

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45 minutes

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12:35  Lunch Break

13:30

 Case Study

Accessible everyone

60 minutes

Michael Crabb

University of Dundee

 Discussion

UX in the wild: mentorship

60 minutes

Sarah Klassen-Rempel

Descartes Systems Group

 Tutorial

Beyond the recommender engine: when data science meets UX

60 minutes

Jesmond Allen

Jesmond Allen Ltd

Fiz Yazdi

cxpartners Ltd

14:30  Refreshment Break

15:00

 Case Study

Making sense of complex systems

60 minutes

Tim Caynes

Foolproof

 

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60 minutes

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 Tutorial

Using micro-interactions to create memories and brand loyalty

60 minutes

Kimberly McLean

Herringbone Studio

 Tutorial

Statistics for UX professionals

60 minutes

Jessica Cameron

User Vision

16:00  Switchover

16:10

 Lightning Talks

Bring it to life

10 minutes

Markus Knigge

Volkswagen Financial Services AG - Digital Unit

Practising creativity

10 minutes

John Lloyd

Hilton

UXFail

10 minutes

Colin McQuistan

Sopra Steria

17:00  Social Evening

Day Three - Friday 15th June 2018

9:00–9:30  Conference Registration

9:30

Keynote

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60 minutes

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10:30  Refreshment Break

11:00

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 Workshop

Play the part: an introduction to technology experience prototyping

90 minutes

David Hoang

One Medical

Melissa Hickey

One Medical

11:50

 
 

 Case Study

Overcoming bias in design

45 minutes

Heather O'Neill

Pixels for Humans

 Tutorial

UX and the spaces in between

45 minutes

Kevin Richardson

Infragistics

12:35  Lunch Break

13:30

 Case Study

A New IA for NHS.UK

60 minutes

Sophie Dennis

NHS Digital

TBC

Taxonomics

 Tutorial

Bringing order to the chaos – good UX governance

60 minutes

Stephen Denning

User Vision

14:30  Refreshment Break

15:00

Endnote

Post-UX

60 minutes

Cennydd Bowles

Cennydd Ltd

16:00  Conference Close

Case Study/Experience Report

A presentation and discussion of real-life (not theoretical) experiences of the application (or mis-application) of service design techniques. Case studies and experience reports include some discussion of lessons learned and an indication of how novel the work is.

Hands-On

Participants learn a new approach, tool or technology through using it to solve one or more practical exercises. Any software/hardware requirements are disclosed in the session description.

Tutorial

A session focused around some specific tool, technique or issue. Primarily led by the speaker, tutorials usually include some elements of interactivity or individual / group exercise.

Workshop

An in-depth working session on a specific topic. May include paper presentations.

Lightning Talks

Short talks (max 10 minutes) on almost any topic.

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