Programme

Day 1

7 September 2016, Wednesday

12:30pm – 2pm

Level 3 Main Foyer

Attendee Registration

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors to register for the event

2:30pm – 4pm

Opening Keynote #1 @ Summit 1 Hall

Emotionally connecting to the next 50 years
society

In his keynote, Tong Yee will be speaking about the complexity of emotion and unpack for us an understanding of crucial emotions like apathy, cynicism and indifference. We all understand how much these emotions can stunt progress and impede collaboration, but are we also cognizant of how we contribute to the origin and growth of these emotions? How can we meaningfully address them and why addressing this is a crucial pillar of our strategy come the next few decades.

Tong Yee

Tong Yee

Director, The Thought Collective

4pm – 4:30pm

Level 3 Main Foyer

Afternoon Tea Break

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

4:30pm – 6pm

Keynote #2 @ Summit 1 Hall

Keynote #2: Applying behavioural insights to public policy
society

Behavioural insights (BI) helps us understand human behaviour and decision making. We know from our own lives that we often fail to do what’s best for us, despite our good intentions – whether it be exercising more, saving money or eating healthily. We can use this understanding of how humans actually behave in everyday life to help people make better decisions for themselves and society.

This session will introduce participants to the evidence from the behavioural sciences and the key methods for designing and evaluating behavioural interventions.

Dr Rory Gallagher

Dr. Rory Gallagher

Managing Director, Behavioural Insights Team Australia and Asia-Pacific

6pm – 8pm

Level 3 Main Foyer

Welcome Drinks

Mingle with our speakers, sponsors and volunteers

Breakfast

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8:30am - 9:30am

Workshops #1 – #10

by respective speakers

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or
9:30am - 12:30pm

Unconference*

by Peer-to-peer learning using Open Space

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* For everyone not attending Workshops #1 – #10

9:30am – 12:30pm

Morning Tea Break

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10:45am - 11:15am

Lunch-Out Experience

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12:30pm - 2:30pm

Keynote #3

When Policy Meets Design

communities

by Dr. Jung-Joo Lee

2:30pm - 4pm

Afternoon Tea Break

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4pm - 4:30pm

Keynote #4

Transformative Tangibles

products and services

by Francesca Lanzavecchia and Hunn Wai

4:30pm - 6pm

Day 2

8 September 2016, Thursday

8:30am – 9:30am

Level 3 Main Foyer

Breakfast

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

9:30am – 12:30pm

Attendees who have purchased conference tickets with a 1-workshop option can choose either:

  • One (1) out of the 10 workshops in Day 2 (8th Sep 2016); OR
  • One (1) out of the 4 workshops in Day 3 (9th Sep 2016)

Workshop #1 @ Room 310

UX Career Development Plan
products and services

Individuals starting their careers in this profession often reach a plateau in their professional development and end up doing similar or routine things over a period of time, thus impacting their career development.

The framework in the workshop will help participants to self-reflect and introspect. It will focus on helping them understand their strengths, areas of development, and their strengths they would like to leverage. This sets participants up for success in their professional roles.

The second aspect of the workshop will cover how different types of organizations will support the individual to achieve their goals.They will come up with a plan about how to structure their User Experience teams or business units in the overall organizational structure.

Ashwin Umathay

Ashwin Umathay

Senior Manager of Experience Design, Intel Security India

 

Aunindra Kumar Sinha
Aunindra Kumar Sinha

Senior Lead Experience Designer, Intel India

Workshop #2 @ Room 327

User Research For Everyone
products and services

In this workshop, you will be introduced to the field of design research through a broad range of design research methods. The workshop will focus on several selected methods that anyone can use, regardless of background and job description. You will learn about selected quantitative methods (usage data, analytics, in-app audits) and qualitative methods (interviews and field immersion), and how to combine quantitative and qualitative methods to fit your project needs. Through this workshop, you will also find out ways to share findings effectively and turn them into actionable projects within the organisation.

Aras Bilgen

Aras Bilgen

User Experience Design Manager, Garanti Bank, Turkey

Workshop #3 @ Room 309

Sketching Collaboratively: Tools and methods to get your teams to sketch more
products and services

UX design is not a job to be done in silos anymore, designers are tasked with guiding the teams they work with to make better choices for the sake of the users. They need to work collaboratively with stakeholders/team members to integrate and understand business requirements and technology feasibility while advocating for the user. Time has come to repurpose some of the core UXers’ tools and methods for a collaborative and lean environment to build a shared understanding and work towards common product goals.

In this workshop, you will be introduced to collaborative sketching exercises. You will learn how to run such exercises to ideate, develop and iterate on possible design solutions with the development and management teams they work with.

Praneet Koppula

Praneet Koppula

UX Manager, MathWorks India

Workshop #4 @ Room 326

Designing an Environment of Uncomfortable Conversation
communities

Any successful change is a result of the strength of the organisation that executes it. We all know that it isn’t the brilliance of an idea that brings successful implementation of transformative change but rather it depends on the character and composition of the team that is assembled. But how exactly do we build teams primed for innovation and change?

In this workshop, Tong Yee will be sharing how organisations are essentially linguistic phenomenon. The most successful organisations are made up of a complex but resilient weave of assessments, promises, and conversations. Through designing a platform for uncomfortable conversations, he believes that we can build the capacity for resilience, innovation and address the emotional deficit that many organisations face today.

Tong Yee

Tong Yee

Director, The Thought Collective

Workshop #5 @ Room 308

Phygital : The Future of Seating
products and services

In this workshop, L+W will guide participants to look at how Phygital Experience can reconcile the gap between the Physical and the Digital in the domains of Work, Healthcare, Fitness and Hospitality. What new valuable experiences can the User have in-context? What new data sets can be captured as an intended result, for the Business?

To articulate these intents, the workshop vehicle will be Seating and its rituals, and imagining its Future. Through new archetypes of “Chairs”, L+W will help participants write stories of the Products, Services and Experiences of the Phygital tomorrow.

Francesca Lanzavecchia & Hunn Wai

Francesca Lanzavecchia and Hunn Wai

Founder, Lanzavecchia + Wai Design Studio

Workshop #6 @ Room 324

UX In The Jungle
products and services

UX In The Jungle is a tabletop game that empowers UX practitioners to see the big picture of product development. It can help them with evangelizing the importance of different UX functions and skills within the organisation. Players in the same group must collaborate to understand requirements, figure out user needs, make trade-offs between different features, manage market change risks, and deal with various other development cycle challenges to release their products on time with good usability and (most important of all) make lots money.

DJ (Der-Jeng) Lin

DJ (Der-Jeng) Lin

Human Interface Engineering, Trend Micro Inc.

 

Mike Chou
Mike Chou

Human Interface Engineering, Trend Micro Inc.

Workshop #7 @ Room 325     WORKSHOP FULL

Get Strategic: Learn To Embed UX More Deeply Into Your Organization’s Processes
products and services

As UX practitioners, managers and leaders, we all know how hard it is to stop, think about and plan a strategy for embedding user experience processes more firmly in your organization.

Good user experience research and design are no longer “nice to have”… they are essential. But most organizations don’t know how to effectively integrate UX practices into existing practices and processes. This workshop will equip you with the knowledge and tools to create, advocate for, and guide UX practices aligned to a strategic plan.

Paul J. Sherman, PhD

Paul J. Sherman, PhD

Kent State University, Ohio, United States

Workshop #8      WORKSHOP CANCELLED

Co-Creation of Space Design
communities

This workshop aims to give participants a taste of Learning Experience Design  and will introduce design thinking processes and tools to give participants some background knowledge and understanding of how LED Centre drives change and innovation in learning space design through co-creation among staff and students in Singapore Polytechnic.

Sharing will also be conducted on how LED Centre has successfully adopted similar approach for co-creation of non-educational facilities and spaces for both our internal and external partners/clients.

Teoh Swee Bing

Teoh Swee Bing

LED Centre Manager, UXC (User Experience Centre), Singapore Polytechnic

Workshop #9 @ Room 311

Improv.e UX: Improve Your Soft Skills with Improv
self

As UX practitioners, we need to cultivate a number of soft skills on a daily basis. Amongst others: empathy and deep listening, the ability to work effectively within a group, lateral thinking and storytelling.

In improv theatre, actors need to manage the unexpected, working together to create a show without a script. The techniques they use are very valuable for tackling some of the skills we need to improve.

During the workshop, you will learn by doing, improving while experimenting through games and practical exercises.

Raffaella Roviglioni

Raffaella Roviglioni

Design Researcher and UX Designer, Freelance

 

Alessio Ricco
Alessio Ricco

Mobile Software Engineer – UX Designer, Carma

Workshop #10      WORKSHOP CANCELLED

Tuning into Life: Connecting with Curiosity
self

What is it like to be listened to with openness and curiosity? In this workshop, you will experience a unique way of connecting. Tune into the profound ability that we all have to deeply relate to oneself and to other people.  

On a personal level, this workshop will inspire you to explore yourself and how you connect with others. This exploration will develop your skills of understanding, building trust and openness skills that are essential for a UX practitioner connecting with their customers, their team, their friends, and their life.

Curious?  Welcome to explore together.

Ivana Horakova

Ivana Horakova

Nonviolent Communication (NVC) trainer, Gentle-Space.org

 

Ming Lee
Ming Lee

Experience Researcher and Designer, Freelance

9:30am – 12:30pm

Attendees who are not attending any workshop on Day 2 (8th Sep 2016) are invited to participate in the Unconference session.

Unconference @ Summit 1 Hall

Unconference – Open Space Technology

Open Space Technology (OST) is an approach to purpose-driven leadership, including a way for hosting meetings, conferences, corporate-style retreats, symposiums, and community summit events, focused on a specific and important purpose or task — but beginning without any formal agenda, beyond the overall purpose or theme.

10:45am – 11:15am

Level 3 Main Foyer

Morning Tea Break

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

12:30pm – 2:30pm

Respective restaurants within Suntec City Mall

Lunch-Out Experience

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors.

2:30pm – 4pm

Keynote #3 @ Summit 1 Hall

When Policy Meets Design
communities

In this talk, Jung-Joo will highlight what design can do for public service and policy development, and eventually transform the government to be more human-centered. Jung-Joo will illustrate this through her recent collaboration project with the Ministry of Manpower Singapore.

Jung-Joo Lee

Dr. Jung-Joo Lee

Assistant Professor,  National University of Singapore, Division of Industrial Design

4pm – 4:30pm

Level 3 Main Foyer

Afternoon Tea Break

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

4:30pm – 6pm

Keynote #4 @ Summit 1 Hall

Transformative Tangibles
products and services

A full and rich experience is one that engages all the senses and emotions. L+W use design research and their skillsets to choreograph tactile materials and surfaces, smart design details and technical solutions, body postures, user behaviours, relationships between users and users with their contextual environment.

In their presentation, they will drive you through the processes behind the discoveries and the outcomes of Pediatric Waiting Experiences, New Chromatherapy Spa Services, VIP helicopter interior and other relevant projects.

Francesca Lanzavecchia & Hunn Wai

Francesca Lanzavecchia and Hunn Wai

Founders, Lanzavecchia + Wai Design Studio

Breakfast

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8:30am - 9:30am

Workshops #11 – #14

by respective speakers

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or

Lightning Talk #1 – #8 (9:30am – 10:45am)*

by respective speakers

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Lightning Talk #9 – #16 (11:15am – 12:30pm)*

by respective speakers

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* For everyone not attending Workshops #11 – #14

9:30am - 12:30pm

Morning Tea Break

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10:45am - 11:15am

Lunch-In Experience

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12:30pm - 2:30pm

Keynote #5

Scaling Up Design

communities

by Dr. Jurgen Spangl

2:30pm - 4pm

Afternoon Tea Break

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4pm - 4:30pm

Closing Keynote #6

Emptying Ourselves

self

by Venerable Chuan Guan

4:30pm - 6pm

Closing Party Drinks

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7pm - 10pm

Day 3

9 September 2016, Friday

8:30am – 9:30am

Level 3 Main Foyer

Breakfast

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

9:30am – 12:30pm

Attendees who have purchased conference tickets with a 1-workshop option can choose either:

  • One (1) out of the 10 workshops in Day 2 (8th Sep 2016); OR
  • One (1) out of the 4 workshops in Day 3 (9th Sep 2016)

Workshop #11 @ room 333

Right and Wrong Mindfulness
self

Mindfulness is the buzzword these days and is sometimes seen as the panacea for everything. Can mindfulness really cure all our ills?

This workshop gives you a sample of mindfulness meditation and highlights the various ways mindfulness is not meant to be applied.

Venerable Chuan Guan

Venerable Chuan Guan

Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

Workshop #12 @ room 330

Research toolbox: Exploring innovation opportunities, emotion and desirability
products and services

This workshop will help you select the best research methods for transformational projects – where innovation, desirability, and real-world relevance are essential. You will also practice a selection of techniques for involving users in designing products and services.

Miriam Walker

Miriam Walker

Director of User Experience and Strategy, Digital Arts Network

Workshop #13 @ room 329

Scenario Based Design
products and services

In this workshop, you’ll learn to create scenarios and other types of stories to identify product opportunities, form design hypotheses and focus the design and evaluation of new user experiences. Drawing on your existing ability to tell a story, we’ll cover character development, motivation, internal dialog and story arc – all in the context of creating great user experiences.

Shane Morris

Shane Morris

Founder, Automatic Studio

Workshop #14 @ room 332

Behaviour, government policy and me: applying behavioural insights to society and self
society

Behavioural insights (BI) helps us understand human behaviour and decision making. Following on from Dr. Rory Gallagher’s keynote address, this session will invite attendees to participate in some behavioural experiments, hear about how the findings can be applied to government policy and then learn some simple tips that could boost their own productivity.

2WK_SpeakerProfile_SamuelHanes

Samuel Hanes

Director, The Behavioural Insights Team, Singapore

9:30am – 10:45am

Attendees who are not attending any workshops on Day 3 (9th Sep 2016) are invited to participate in the Lightning Talks.

Lightning Talk #1 @ room 325

Designing for Public Impact
society

How do civil servants and designers team up to transform public services? How might we scale human-centric design in a large government agency with diverse roles and stakeholders? What is the role of co-design in Singapore, and how would the future of public services look?

Hefen will share the highs and lows of the Ministry of Manpower’s journey in humanizing public services with design and data, as well as the opportunities and challenges present in driving human-centered change in government.

Wong Hefen

Wong Hefen

Senior Assistant Director, Behavioural Insights and Design Unit, Ministry of Manpower, Singapore

Lightning Talk #2 @ room 324

Sustaining Transformation in Government Agencies
communities

The presenters have worked on a range of projects with the Department of Justice, and some of them have been transformative. One of the projects that they will be sharing about is the implementation of a new Jury Management System – while ostensibly an “IT” project, it enabled the organisation to reimagine the way it viewed the citizenry, re-engage them in a more positive fashion, and even “export” the solution to other jurisdictions to turn it into a revenue stream.

Join Gerry and Julian as they share with you a truthful account of these projects, exploring which elements are crucial to embarking on the journey of transformation, and discussing the traps and the pitfalls that can derail your efforts.

Gerry Gaffney

Gerry Gaffney

Director & Principal UX Consultant, Information and Design

 

Julian Huxham
Julian Huxham

Director, EntityDesignCo.

Lightning Talk #3 TALK CANCELLED

The power of sparring: Pain is temporary, suck is forever
products and services

We put a piece of our soul into everything we do, the hard part is sharing that with the world. Receiving feedback is hard and it can be a painful experience. But shipping something to your customers that sucks, lasts forever (Well a long time!).

This talk will cover the history of sparring, why it is so important and how to get it right. Find out how to successfully share your work (and your soul) with your peers.

Nat Jones

Nat Jones

Lead Designer, Atlassian

Lightning Talk #4 @ room 310

“A Friend In Need Is a Friend Indeed”
products and services

How to become a true friend for your customer? How to transform support and communication experience from huge forms, emails and phone queues to something more reliable, something where users will be transformed into your buddies and the way of communication will be the same easy and trustful? When you communicate with your buddy you never ask yourself “will he answer me? what is a right time to talk? is it a right question to ask?”, you just talk. The same should be with products and services.

Join Maxim as he discusses key principles of reliable service-to-user communications and relevant technologies that will make the transformation possible.

Maxim Gurkin

Maxim Gurkin

Senior UX Designer, Autodesk

Lightning Talk #5 @ room 309

User Onboarding: Patterns and Anti-Patterns Explored
products and services

This presentation will provide you with ammunition you can use to sell the value of user onboarding design in your organisation, as well as as analysis of some great, good, and not-so-good examples of user onboarding experience design from around the web and mobile.

Whether you’re a designer, developer or researcher, you’ll appreciate this in-depth exploration of initial user experience patterns.

Paul J. Sherman, PhD

Paul J. Sherman, PhD

Kent State University, Ohio, US

Lightning Talk #6 @ room 308

UX Coaching for Organisational Transformation
products and services

UX coaching done well can motivate the disenchanted and inspire the disconnected. Join Jodine as she shares perspectives from her experience as an ‘outsider’ bringing UX coaching into organizations that have a high demand for UX work but lack the internal expertise. She will also offer some principles for smoothing the coaching journey so that you / your clients can reach a common goal — to give internal teams the experience of engaging directly with customers, and to empower teams to integrate new UX methods into their work with confidence, enthusiasm, and pride.

Jodine Stodart

Jodine Stodart

UX Director, Digital Arts Network

Lightning Talk #7 @ room 326

Outwards and Inwards Experiential Transformation: A KASKUS Case Study
products and services

Kaskus was founded in 1999, and ever since, has been the largest online community in Indonesia. Many of the old-time users have reluctance to change, and any changes done can shake the ground of the hard-core fans. On the other hand, with the shift in the user behavior and the new wave of competitions, change is inevitable. KASKUS needs to adapt to stay relevant and to continuously deliver great experiences for its users.

In this presentation, the presenters will share two sides of the stories: first is the transformation of the Kaskus products, and second is the transformation of the organisation to support this new direction.

Ketut Sulistyawati

Ketut Sulistyawati

Founder, Somia Customer Experience

 

Ardyanto Alam
Ardyanto Alam

Vice President, Product Management, KASKUS

Lightning Talk #8 @ room 327

Digital Transformation in Asia – The Real Deal
products and services

Digital Transformation has become a heart throbbing topic for every business, leader and employee. Many don’t know what it is but everyone still wants to be a part of it. Leaders know its importance yet they are struggling with how to drive digital transformation.

In her presentation Kanika would like to share about the state of digital transformation in Asia and a step by step guide on how to become a digital enterprise.

Kanika Agarwal

Kanika Agarwal

Founder & CEO, Passion Peers

10:45am – 11:15am

Level 3 Main Foyer

Morning Tea Break

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

11:15am – 12:30pm

Attendees who are not attending any workshops on Day 3 (9th Sep 2016) are invited to participate in the Lightning Talks.

Lightning Talk #9 @ room 325

How UX and Data Storytelling Can Shape Policy
society

How can we take UX and Data Storytelling out of the tech context and use them to change the way government behaves?

Showcasing the truth is the highest goal of data storytelling. Because the design of a chart can affect the interpretation of data in a major way, one must wield visual tools with care and deliberation. Using quantitative facts to evoke an emotional response is best achieved with the combination of UX and data storytelling.

Mika Aldaba

Mika Aldaba

Designer, Thinking Machine

Lightning Talk #10 @ room 324

Creating a Design-Centered Culture in Organizations: Learnings from creating a UX Community
communities

It’s not easy to introduce a UX culture within an Organization. There are ways, however, to slowly introduce the culture and get buy-in from other teams. It involves regular meet-ups and getting small wins.

Join Elymar as he shares his journey on how he created a UX Community in the Philippines, and how he brought his learnings into the corporate setting and promoted a Design-Centered culture.

Elymar Apao

Elymar Apao

Founder, UX Philippines

Lightning Talk #11 @ room 311

Designer spaces
communities

You can’t take creative people, stick them in sterile, lowest cost per square foot spaces, and expect them to achieve the best work of their lives. Atlassian has been focussing heavily on the design of their work spaces, to create flexible, engaging, delightful, and yes productive places for their teams to work in.

Hear Alastair Simpson from Atlassian talk about the creative spaces they’ve designed that have scaled with the changing needs of their teams and what they’ve learned about the benefits of creating better environments through thoughtful design.

Alastair Simpson

Alastair Simpson

Head of Design for Software Teams, Atlassian

Lightning Talk #12 @ room 310

7 cognitive biases we shouldn’t ignore in research
self

There are cognitive biases lurking everywhere in the research process. Cognitive biases are psychological tendencies that cause the human brain to draw incorrect conclusions.

We all want our research to provide reliable input into our projects and most of us wouldn’t deliberately distort data. Yet, we’re human, and we’re all susceptible to many cognitive biases that can affect the outcomes at any stage of our projects.

Biases are unavoidable, but being a good researcher is about understanding our inherent biases and how we can minimise the effects.

Distorted or misleading results can be very detrimental to a project. It can misinform the direction of a project, or provide false confidence about decisions. This session will highlight seven common cognitive biases in research, from recruitment, to the actual sessions, and the analysis and reporting of research findings. This will be illustrated with examples and stories, along with how we can minimise the bias.

Ruth Ellison
Ruth Ellison

UX researcher, PwC’s Experience Centre

Lightning Talk #13 @ room 309

Anticipatory Design: Invisible Interfaces and Predictive Products
products and services

The value of experience design is changing. Tools that were once designed to help people make decisions are being reimagined into products and services that actively make people’s lives easier through anticipating what a user wants and making choices on their behalf.

New smart products and services that anticipate user needs and make decisions according to our preferences with as little interaction as possible will release us from the tyranny of choice and give us more time to spend on the things that matter most.

Hear Kieran speak about how to navigate these new digital complexities when creating new experiences.

Kieran Weston

Kieran Weston

UX Director, Huge Singapore

Lightning Talk #14 @ room 308

Blueprint for change
products and services

By changing the way we see large businesses and government, we can begin to understand what should be changed.

Service Blueprinting can be a powerful way to bring people together from different product lines, service lines, and disciplines. In this lightning talk session, Ally will share her own experience of using service blueprints in design for healthcare.

You will walk away with an understanding of how service blueprints are created and ways in which the resulting knowledge can immediately begin to transform how you do business.

Ally Reeves

Ally Reeves

Associate Creative Director, UX Design, SapientNitro

Lightning Talk #15 @ room 326

Beyond Usability: Elements of Great Modern User Experiences
products and services

We are now at an era where reliability, speed and usability are baseline expectations in every piece of technology in our lives. We are now at a stage where we should be asking much richer, much complex questions that will guide where we focus our attention in creating great user experiences. Usability is an important part of user experience, but it is far from being the only factor in creating great user experiences.

Through this talk, you will learn about the historic development of the field of ergonomics and its influence on the field of usability and the parallel developments in computing. You will also be introduced to 10 areas of focus that constitute the success of modern user experiences.

Aras Bilgen

Aras Bilgen

User Experience Design Manager, Garanti Bank

Lightning Talk #16 @ room 327

A journey in digital storytelling: Data visualization, interaction, serious games
products and services

Technology is changing the way that stories are being presented and told. At the same time, we’re drowning in data and the need for clear, concise storytelling is greater than ever. All these data and technologies present opportunities to explore and reinvent how stories are being presented. Data visualization, interaction, serious games; all are aspects of how we can use UX + content/data to shape compelling narratives.

Join Chi-Loong in this talk as he brings you through data visualization examples and design.

Chan Chi-Loong

Chan Chi-Loong

Founder, V/R

12:30pm – 2:30pm

Level 3 Nicoll room 2 & 3

Lunch-In Experience

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

2:30pm – 4pm

Keynote #5 @ Summit 1 Hall

Scaling Up Design
communities

4 years ago Atlassian had 6 designers. Fast forward to today and the design team numbers more than 120. Building and managing a design team of this size is one thing, integrating it successfully into a traditionally engineering led organisation is another. Jurgen Spangl (Head of Design) will share how Atlassian has successfully embraced design as a first-class discipline and how it is changing from being an engineering-led, to an experience-led company.

Jurgen Spangl

Dr. Jurgen Spangl

Head of Design, Atlassian

4pm – 4:30pm

Level 3 Main Foyer

Afternoon Tea Break

For all attendees, speakers and sponsors

4:30pm – 6pm

Closing Keynote #6 @ Summit 1 Hall

Keynote #6: Emptying Ourselves
self

Each day many of us fill our spare moments checking our phones, replying emails, catching up on social media updates or playing some mobile game. We tend to spend too much time occupied with tasks at hand and distracted by thoughts. However, to bring about meaningful changes, we have to seek transformation from within ourselves and that is a journey that starts from the realisation that we are empty of any inherent nature.

Venerable Chuan Guan

Venerable Chuan Guan

Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

7pm – 10pm

Marina Mandarin Hotel Poolside

Closing Party Drinks

Join us for a drink as we wrap up the conference!

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