Red Badger has been integrating design into the development practices of some of the world’s most well known brands across publishing, retail, automotive and banking. We use design methods to influence strategy, address complex business problems and design and build responsive web apps that are used by millions of people across the world. This is a regular series of talks, by experts across our industry, designed for anyone who would like to learn more about how UX and Design is influencing organisations from the boardroom through to the shop floor and how lean principles are implemented to bring benefit to the business, the end customer and developers alike. In short, it's all about the impact UX and Design can have in the real world.
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The Vital Skill: Communication
Featuring Anna McSweeney
How do you use the vital skill of communication to spread the word of User Experience in large companies? Anna will be talking about the trials and tribulations of internal communication and how her UX skills have put her in a good position to communicate effectively across all areas of her...communication agile project-management lean ux
It's Old News
How has the constant evolution of technology affected what we consume and how we consume it?
Circular Design for a Sustainable Economy
We've seen a massive increase in the number of disruptive technologies emerging over the past few years. New tools, new tech and a new workforce have all fuelled this: we're no longer designing for a single, lonely user, but for an array of globally interconnected people. As this scale...design ui ux
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