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Tuesday, October 3 • 9:30am - 11:30am
Big UX, Little UX

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Small and large UX teams, processes, and practices.

Moderators
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JD Jordan

Co-Founder and Design Director, J+E Creative
JD Jordan is an award-winning designer, design educator, and historian with experience as a creative director and a consultant with some of the biggest agencies and brands in the ATL. He is formerly the UX design immersive instructor at General Assembly, in Atlanta, and is currently the co-founder and design director of J+E Creative... Read More →

Speakers
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Jane Guthrie

Product Management & Experience Design Consultant, Slalom Consulting
Jane loves designing and building products.  She has spent the majority of her career creating and enhancing digital user experiences for companies such as Delta, The Home Depot, Sotheby’s, SunTrust, Lowe’s, Kraft, Nestle, Acura, Coca-Cola, and Cox Communications. After many years in UX design, Jane transitioned to Product Management so that she could drive the creation of experiences and build software based on real user needs in collaborative, team-oriented settings. Using a blend of lean and agile methodologies, Jane works collaboratively with her clients to test and validate ideas and create easy-to-use experiences that bring their business strategy to life. Jane is also the co-founder of a The UX Labs... Read More →
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Sean Pizel

IBM Design
Sean joined IBM Design in 2012 to stand up the enablement programs that would power IBM’s design transformation. Over the last six years he has led the creation and execution of three-month bootcamps for hundreds of newly hired designers, weeklong IBM Design Thinking bootcamps for dozens of IBM Product Teams, and multiple in-person and online IBM Design Thinking courses. Later, while working... Read More →
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Allison Sall

Allison was introduced to the seemingly limitless possibilities of technology in her grandfather’s laboratory. It was full of haam radios, computer parts and the only self operating lawn mower of the time. It was fascinating. | After art school, she worked in a gallery in Chicago where she discovered information architecture. She spent hours in the back room cataloging the artwork into a visual system... Read More →


Tuesday October 3, 2017 9:30am - 11:30am
Room A - South Tower - Floor 22 225 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta GA 30303

Attendees (18)