I’m very proud to announce the launch of Lean Day: UX – a one day, single track Lean UX conference taking place on March 1st, 2013 in New York City. Continuing on the success of this year’s Agile UX NYC, we’ve put together a program that dives deeper in to Lean UX tactics and how to make them work, specifically, in the enterprise.
The speakers we’ve lined up represent some of the biggest and most successful companies in the world and the case studies they’ll present will offer tactics, tips and tricks to introducing greater cross-functional collaboration in your organization. At next year’s conference we have the following folks speaking:
Andrew Crow from GE
Stacey Gutman from Amex
Farrah Bostic from The Difference Engine
Lionel Mohri from Intuit
Bill Scott from PayPal
David Panarelli from LivingSocial
Tom Illmensee from SnagAJob
In the afternoon we have Melissa Keene and Christina Goldschmidt from Annalect taking the entire conference through a Lean UX Hackathon workshop. The ideas, skills and methods the morning speakers will share will be put into use that afternoon. It’s shaping up to be a great day.
Lean UX is not just for startups. Lean Day: UX will teach you how to bring these ideas into your practice and start making the process and cultural shifts necessary for them to stick.
I hope you’ll join us in NYC on March 1, 2013 for this great conference. It will be the first of a series of Lean Day events with each one focusing on a different discipline.
The web site for the event is www.leandayux.com — click through to see the full descriptions of the talk, location and ticket purchasing options.
It’s worth noting that we’ve got a limited number of early bird tickets. When they sell out, the price will go up to the “regular bird” rate. Join us! It’s going to be a great day.
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