Session type:


Presented by:

Raimonda Sidaraite

User Vision

Gintarė Venzlauskaitė

User Vision

Session time:

30 May 15:45 16:45

Session duration:

60 minutes

About the session

By drawing on the growing attention to trauma-informed practice and advocating for it to be better understood and more broadly applied in UX, this session will discuss how the way we approach human interaction in the research process can have an emotional impact not only on participants and facilitators, but also on the results, outputs, and outcomes of design.

Participant takeaways:

  • Cover key concepts and principles revolving around trauma and how it is approached by other disciplines
  • Learn why a trauma-informed mindset and practice is important for every UX professional to adopt
  • Share your experiences and thoughts regarding emotional research and/or design work
  • Practical tips that UX researchers and designers can use during the research and design process


Your practice, Working with others, Ethical research and design, Mental health, Impact of emotions, Inclusivity, trauma-informed mindset

This session:

  • Includes interaction
  • Has a session number cap: 25 participants

About the speaker(s)