Interactions is a new quarterly CX, design, and research meet-up hosted by Infinity Works.
Last year was very different to say the least: a global pandemic, change in politics, and the rise of social media. But how have these events impacted our daily work routines and the usual activities we took for granted? A large part of design and research is about understanding primary users, organising interviews, and facilitating workshops to brainstorm ideas. How have we all adapted to these changes?
Our first live webinar event will ask the question: what did you learn during lockdown?
Urska Ticar, User Experience Designer at Paper
Urska (she/her) is a designer working for design and research studio called Paper. She started her design story as an interior designer but bridged to digital environments through doing masters at Hyper Island. Nowadays she's exploring the world through different lenses of design, working on diverse number of project in the private, public, and third sector. Twitter: @UrskaTicar.
Jack Sheppard, Interaction Designer at FutureGov
Jack is a digital product designer and creative event producer based in Manchester. He’s worked with organisations like HarperCollins, Virgin, NHS, Universal Music and most recently the Co-op. He focuses on making products and services simple for real human beings and encouraging designers to think about the real life implications of the things they design. Twitter: @madebysheppard.
Tobias Marriott, Senior Consultant at Infinity Works
Tobias is an advocate of user-centred design and is skilled at identifying the common ground between user needs and business needs. He is an ambitious and versatile user researcher with a high passion for continuous improvement, and improving business processes and user journeys within the public and private sector.