12 – 14 June 2019

Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

Session type:
Case Study

Session duration:
45 minutes

Presented by:

Joseph Emmi

Storm ID

About this Case Study

Working in an organisation where UX is not highly regarded or simply does not exist, it’s not only challenging but prevalent, a reality many have to navigate when looking for ways to make a thing differently in order to create products and services that can add real value.

In this session, I will be sharing my experience within a non-UX public sector organisation, how I was able to start embedding UX it into my projects and made it an intrinsic part of my team's activities, bringing the users into the picture while helping stakeholders achieve their goals.

I’ll discuss the challenges, together with real stories that illustrate the 4 key lessons I learned through this journey and what happened next.

About the Speaker

Joseph Emmi focuses on the intersection of technology, business and design; passionate about human behaviour, the societal impact of technology and the creation of better experiences.

Originally from Venezuela, has been living in Scotland for over 5 years, and has worked in the private and public sector, as well as with startups both as a founder and advisor.

Formerly an Enterprise Architect for a Scottish Public Sector organisation for over 3 years, he’s now Digital Consultant for the Edinburgh-based agency Storm ID, where he specialises in Digital Transformation, User Experience and Strategy.

When not working he can be found running long distances, taking lots of pictures, and writing for his blog or for other publications.


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