Designing Intentional User Experiences – our December UX Meetup

Stephen Denning, Director of User Experience (UX) with Edinburgh consultants User Vision is our guest speaker this month. He’s going to talk about how achieving great experiences relate to an organisation’s mindset. The session is Wednesday 13 December.

Designing intentional user experiences – synopsis

We all know good (and bad) experiences when we encounter them.

But why do some organisations consistently deliver great experiences and others consistently disappoint?

Part of the answer is how ‘intentional’ the organisation is about the experience.

Stephen will share his thoughts on this subject, and suggest 3 tips for ensuring we create intentional experiences.

About Stephen

Stephen Denning is Director of UX at User Vision in Edinburgh.

Stephen’s goal is to make things easier for people. He believes that great experiences must be grounded in a deep understanding of human behaviour.

For that reason, Stephen and the team at User Vision spend all their time helping a range of organisations around the world to better understand their users and to use that insight to create experiences that delight.

Stephen Denning’s Linkedin profile

Our regular discussion group

After Stephen’s talk, we’ll hold our usual discussion group, where the agenda is set and prioritised by the people in the room. (We use the Lean Coffee approach to decide what to talk about and for how long).

Write up of the last meetup session, including attendee feedback

When and where

The session is happening:

  • Wednesday 13 December
  • 12:00 to 13:30
    • 12:00 – Welcome
    • 12:10 – Stephen’s talk
    • 12:45 – Discussion group
    • 13:30 – close
  • Argyle House, Floor E, Meeting room 14

Lunch

Unfortunately we can’t offer you lunch, but we will lay on some nibbles and drinks.

Please bring along your lunch if you want to eat while listening to Stephen’s presentation.

Book a place

This session is open to University of Edinburgh staff.

Book a place (EASE login required)

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