On September 9th 2013 a selection of heavy weight User Experience Managers and Interaction Designers will come together with the IxDA Munich audience to resolve the greatest UX questions of the moment.
The selected panel will discuss on topics proposed by the community: shortly before the event registered members (on Facebook) will be able to submit questions and topics.
Some of the already proposed topics:
- Taking the lead: how will UXD / Design influence the business models of the future?
- Are designers responsible for the impact of their work upon human behavior?
- Practitioner VS Academic
- Will UX Design and Design remain two different roles in the future?
- Should UXDs become the new product-owners ? How will teams look like then?
Stephan Riess, Head of Design & UX at 1&1 Mail and Media.
Stephan has been directing in the last decade design and user experience in one of the biggest German internet companies, 1&1 Mail & Media. In the past, he also worked at the world largest online retailer, Amazon.
Stefan Dinter, Senior Manager Corporate Design at ERGO Direkt Versicherungen.
Stefan has been managing corporate and user experience design for several companies, he teaches at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and is representative of the Alliance of German Designers e.V.
Sebastian Fabre, User Experience Manager at Fujitsu.
Sebastien manages design, usability and usage related activities at Fujitsu in Munich. He worked in the past for other renown brands like France Telecom, Kodak and Intel.
Alexis Brion, UX & Interaction Designer at amiando GmbH. Local Leader at IxDA Munich.
Our host will moderate the debate and select the best questions for the panel.
When? Monday, September 9th, 2013, at 19:00. Import IxDA Munich Calendar
Where? Sapient, Arnulfstraße 60, 80335 München
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Once again we would like to thank Sapient for supporting the local IxD community! Drinks and snacks will be provided.
A ticket for the Push Conference is going to be raffle at this IxDA Munich event.