For all of you luckily enough to have managed to secure a ticket to the GGM and Yahoo! event at Shoreditch House on 28th October 2014 below are the awesome ladies you'll be listening to. If you haven't managed to get a ticket we'll post the presentations here after the event.
A senior UX Designer with 7 years experience in the UX field, she has worked for financial companies, start-ups such as farfetch.com, now she works for digital agency AnalogFolk. Frances started her UX career at Yahoo! who gave a girl a chance to try something new, before heading into UX she had worked as a designer for 10 years. Frances has a love for User Testing & Research.
A coffee and ‘fika’ loving Swedish UX designer based in London. She’s the founder of product studio @byflock and their first two products Glimt and Tilr. She’s been in UX since 2001 and before byflock she'd worked both client side, for startups and agencies on a large variety of brands and projects, from websites and apps to TV UIs. She’s also a regular speaker & instructor for General Assembly where she has taught more than 30 classes related to designing for multiple devices.
As a Senior UX Creative Lead, Tasnim has a wealth of experience heading a large number of campaigns, most recently for the BBC and Yahoo. With fourteen years experience in the industry, she primarily works as an advisor for good UX practice within the Yahoo EMEA region as well as being a Visual Producer and Art Director. Her clients include Google, Warner Bros, Disney, Twentieth Century Fox, Paramount, Diet Coke.
Sarah has been at DigitasLBi 10 years where her role has evolved from directing UK client engagements, to leading a 40 strong UX team, to her current role as design director for an internal innovation incubator.
She strives to foster both a creative and collaborative culture in pursuit of simply great work, and is a keen advocate of ‘enjoying the journey’. Sarah’s strengths lie in creating robust and meaningful customer experiences by leveraging user insights and stakeholder input in the creative process.