Le département COMEM+ de la HEIG-VD s’associe à UX Romandie pour vous proposer un événement centré sur l’expérience utilisateur et l’ergonomie web. 5 workshops (en parallèle) et une conférence vous sont proposés. Vous trouverez ci-dessous le programme, la liste des workshops, des infos sur la conférence et le formulaire d'inscription
"People, not process: The craft of being heard"
Ever had the feeling you’re pounding the closed door of common sense? Have you been left crestfallen after stakeholders over-ruled your thoughtful and heavily researched recommendations?
Drawing on his 16 years of design experience and the latest research, Ian will spend this session revealing the key secrets to being heard.
If you follow his advice, your designs will never be the same again.
Ian Fenn (Chopstix Media) (@ifenn)
Ian Fenn designed his first digital interface in 1988 at the University of Surrey, but it wasn’t until eight years later that his formal UX career began with work for the UK’s first digital agency, Intervid. There he contributed to the groundbreaking launch of RealVideo, the world’s first cross-platform solution for delivering real time video over the Internet.
Breakthroughs continued at the BBC a year later, where achievements included a month-long web outside broadcast from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and creation of one of the UK’s first blogs. His personal site, the Chinese food website Chopstix, was also singled out for praise in the UK’s annual ‘Yell’ web awards.
For the past seven years Ian has worked as an independent UX consultant for everyone from startups to major corporates. Clients such as BT, Virgin Media, LexisNexis, and agencies such as M&C Saatchi and Conran Design Group have recognised his ability to consistently exceed project targets through intelligent and thoughtful interaction design.