UX

10.15 – 10.45
Mjølner: Johan Francisco Cordoba-Carstensen

10.45 – 11.15
Envision: Anders Christiansen

11.15 – 11.45
Magnetix: Marina Nielsen

11.45 – 12.15
Vertica: Jens Hofman Hansen

12.15 – 13.30 Lunch & keynote

13.30 – 14.00
Creuna: Helle Jensen

14.00 – 14.30
Duckwise: Jonathan Jungløv

14.30 – 15.00
Designit: Henrik Hedegaard

15.00 – 15.30
Kampstrup: Hans Christian Jørgensen

15.30 – 15.30 Drinks and network


Mjølner: Johan Francisco Cordoba-Carstensen

Time: 10.15 – 10.45
Location @ Student House:

When UX is a matter of life and death

UX as a guide to the National Emergency Doctor Helicopter System’s new agile data platform.

As a UX consultant at Mjølner Informatics, Johan works closely and synergistically with software developers, architects and designers daily. In his work for the National Emergency Doctor Helicopter System’s new agile data platform, the teamwork between him and the software architect was especially crucial.

Johan explains how the UX work takes place in heavy technical surroundings and in a context where insufficient usability can have fatal consequences.


Envision, Anders Christiansen

Time: 10.45 – 11.15
Location @ Student House:

The Dark Side of Human Behavior – How Being Curious Can Lead to Great UX

The most interesting facts are often found if you look beyond the beaten path. To create great user experience across platforms we need look further than the data and understand the chaotic and impulsive side of human behaviour. In this short talk I want to focus on some of the tools we use to get closer to the user and share some of my experience using deep insight to create better digital experiences.


Kamstrup: Hans Christian Jørgensen

Time: 11.15 – 11.45
Location @ Student House:

Empower your stakeholders, empower yourself

Hans Christian Jørgensen, Head of Data Analytics and UX Design, will share his experiences on how he has transformed Kamstrup. Today, designers are highly valued and do a great difference within the company. Formerly, however, they were invited late in the development process and where seen as those who add colors and icons. In his experience, many designers find themselves in similar situations.

Hans Christian will share his own experiences and some recommendations on how you as a designer can empower yourself without crying for permission to do so.

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Vertica: Jens Hofman Hansen

Time: 11.45 – 12.15
Location @ Student House:

Taking UX to the next step

In Vertica we want to be the best UX work place in Denmark. We are already quite satisfied, but how then, do you improve? What are the habits and ways of working that you need to let die in order to make room for new and better things to emerge? We are no longer struggling to get acceptance of the importance of UX in the organisation – we are now trying to figure out how to be ahead of our customer’s increasing expectations for what the great digital experience is. But what changes are the most relevant to priortize when the goal is to give your customers competetive advantage?

Join in for an honest talk about changing organizations and real-world challenges of improving user experience work in an organization – at the point where you just thought you were close to having reached the goal.

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Creuna: Helle Jensen

Time: 13.30 – 14.00
Location @ Student House:

It’s really not about design – a pragmatic approach to design sprints

Are you sick of hearing tales of “how to make your boss and the money men prioritize UX”?

Then you might be in the market for a seminar on creating visible business value with design sprints. You’ve probably been in one or more design sprints without even knowing, and that’ll be our starting point.

But what is a “design sprint”? What are the specifics? Are you allowed to pick and choose? If so, what’s usable?

How is it good for business when we spend a week talking, doodling and drinking cokes? What mechanisms are we building up and tearing down, when we’re a part of intensive, creative processes? And how do we use them in customer relations moving forward?

I’ll tell you in a uniquely subjective manner, that you’re bound to benefit from.


Duckwise: Jonathan Jungløv

Time: 14.00 – 14.30
Location @ Student House:

Creative survival guide – How to get through a competitive brief

While it is hard to stay on track in uncharted territory, taking on challenges that we have no idea about how to tackle, is what really drives many of us UX professionals. But having to stay curious, positive, and creative throughout the process is difficult.

In this session, we will go through my journey tackling a competitive brief with scarce resources, resulting in a process that moved me way out of my comfort zone and required me to invent, produce and deliver in ways I hadn’t tried before.

We’ll go through a selection of tools and techniques I use to keep a sense of direction while still enabling explorative detours and holding on to what’s important.

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Designit: Henrik Hedegaard

Time: 14.30 – 15.00
Location @ Student House:

Building insane experiences for environments with astronomical complexity

There’s a new norm for UX!
Current product landscape is a war zone – products, services, technology, requirements are changing faster than ever before. We are living in a world where multi-channel service delivery is the norm but omni-channel is a market requirement. While the market and products are getting more complicated to design due to increase in complexity, customer loyalty is lower than ever. How do you design and orchestrate UX in this super complex setup at high pace, where ‘simply UX’ing every page’ is no longer an option? Lead Designer, Henrik Hedegaard will share how Designit has develop methods for dealing with this very issue, working with some of the top brands of the world.

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Magnetix: Thomas Rosendahl

Time: 15.00 – 15.30
Location @ Student House:

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