If you’re ready to talk to your teams about what you really need, help management interpret the data, and create analytical experiments that provide design insights, don’t miss this talk.
This talk presents a way for us – the makers and thinkers of the science fiction present – to organize our activities so as to include healthy portions of the arts & humanities, experimentation, and daydreaming.
Each CHIFOO event consists of CHIFOOd (dinner and networking) at 5:30pm and the CHIFOO program at 6:45 pm at New Relic in downtown PDX. CHIFOO meetings are free for CHIFOO members and $5.00 for non-members.
How can business needs and strategic language best be translated into design requirements? How does good user experience design address threat and risk? How do trust and transparency in team communication impact ROI? Join CHIFOO for panel discussions, talks and workshops offering tactical know-how to thrive amid chaos.
Are you a creative and passionate individual that is all about user experience? Do you want to make your mark on the profession? Participating in CHIFOO advances your career. There are dozens of ways to help. We have just rolled out our new Ambassador Program that has more specific volunteer roles.
Andrew Sweany, TripwireSoftware Providing good software to the folks keeping our data safe is much more important than one click shoe shopping.
Patricia Colley | Matt Smith How do you drive innovation from within the ranks, when innovation processes aren’t well established, or don’t have a clear executive champion?
Engage the client in disruptive and engaging workshops early in website development process to elicit input from key stakeholders who might not otherwise be able to verbalize it.
Ivana McConnell, Senior UI/UX Designer at Customer.io Why tech companies should focus on achieving inclusion first, attending to employees’ specific self-care needs in order to create a platform for diversity to flourish, and better software made.
Chris Berg, Firemaple Industries Everyday we hear more about another big hack. First Target, then the DNC, then the NSA. Secure software and infrastructure seems impossible, so what can we do? Come to this session to learn how to make security more accessible by making it part of the software and product development process.