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4, 5 & 6 October 2018, ITC Gardenia, Bangalore
[email protected] | +91-8096204373 | 7995868248

4, 5 & 6 October 2018, ITC Gardenia, Bangalore

[email protected] | +91-8096204373 | 7995868248

Immersive Workshops

8:00 – 8:30 am

Check – in, Workshops Registration

8:30 – 9:00 am

Opening Remarks – Bapu

Kaladhar_bapu

Bapu Kaladhar

Founder & Chair UXINDIA – UsabilityMatters.Org

Opening Remarks

Ball Room

9:00 – 9:30 am

Keynote 

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Steve Fadden, Ph.D. 

Research Manager, Google; Lecturer, UC Berkeley, USA.

“Users” are people, too: 3 approaches design teams can use to enhance awareness of users as humans

Designers of products and systems often refer to the people for whom they design as “users.” While technically correct, thinking about people as “users” can lead to a reductionist approach that neglects many aspects of the UX, such as our values and emotions. We all have our own unique aspirations and feelings, and these can change based on contexts and interactions. Design teams should uphold responsibility for maintaining awareness of our “users” as people, and they can do so by implementing 3 approaches that will enhance the understanding of UX for all stakeholders.

9:30 – 10:00 am

Coffee break

10:00 – 1:00 pm

UX Workshops with Certification from Workshop leaders

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Meena Kothandaraman

NCredible Framework Workshop Half day workshop

Workshop Room 01

UXINDIA 2018 speaker Katya_Kostyukova

Katya Kostyukova & Richard Emms & Andrea Zeller

Immersive Design for VR Storytelling Full day workshop

Workshop Room 02

UX INDIA 2018 speaker Bhavana Nissima

Bhavana Nissima Sandheep S

The Human Mind and Language: Understanding Us to Design Better Half day workshop

Workshop Room 03

Devyani M. Lal

Devyani M. Lal  Narendra Ghate

Mindful Design Practice 2.0 Half day workshop

Workshop Room 04

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Samir Dash

Applying DesOps in your Enterprise
Half day workshop

Workshop Room 05

1:00 – 2:00 pm

Lunch

2:00 – 6:00 pm

Workshops

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Steve Fadden, Ph.D. 

Designing for the whole human: Methods to discover emotions and needs Half day workshop

Workshop Room 01

UX INDIA 2018 speaker Richard Emms

Richard Emms Katya Kostyukova & Andrea Zeller

Immersive Design for VR Storytelling Full day workshop

Workshop Room 02

UXINDIA 18 Speaker, Tim Kolke

Tim Kolke

Human Empathy In Practice Half day workshop

Workshop Room 03

Priti Saini

Priti Saini

Role Play – Emerging tool for Prototyping Human Design

 Half day workshop

Workshop Room 04

Durgaprasad Vemula

Durgaprasad Vemula & Aurobinda Pradhan

Visualizing User Journeys: A Quest for Shared Vision
Half day workshop

Workshop Room 05

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Coffee break

Half day Workshops, Talks, Talent Fair, & Networking Dinner

8:00 – 8:30  am

Check-in

8:30 – 9:00 am

Keynote 

UXINDIA 2018 speaker Katya_Kostyukova

Katya Kostyukova

Lead Product Designer at Facebook, USA

People First. Designing Facebook Spaces.

With Virtual Reality, we have an opportunity to build a first people centered platform. If for decades the computers and smartphones have been organized around applications, in VR we can switch that around entirely and design experiences where people are at the core, and then build utility and services on top. VR is the next big leap for connecting and bringing people together. It has the power to connect people across time and distances in a new powerful way that makes you feel like you are right next to that person. That’s exactly what we’ve been trying to do with the first product we’ve built, Facebook Spaces. With Facebook Spaces you can be with your friends and feel like you’re in the same room, even if you’re thousands of miles away from each other. Everyone has an avatar, and sits around a virtual table. That’s the core of the experience. People. Nothing is more important in Spaces than the people you’re with.

9:00 – 9:30  am

Coffee break

9:30 – 12:30 pm

Workshops

Elizabeth Baylor_UXINDIA

Elizabeth Baylor

Better User Interviews, Better UX: A UXR Masterclass Half day workshop

Workshop Room 01

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Sayali Lonkar & Sneha Bhadauria

Rewriting the brain: with design and technology Half day workshop

Workshop Room 02

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Steve Fadden, Ph.D. 

Designing for the whole human: Methods to discover emotions and needs Half day workshop

Workshop Room 03

UXINDIA Speaker Russ_Unger

Russ Unger

The Workshop Workshop Half day workshop

Workshop Room 04

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Vishrut Singh & Dhananjay Kumar

Design to developer collaboration – redefined
Half day workshop

Workshop Room 05

Design_X_Awards_UXINDIA

Design X Awards review

10:30 – 1:00 pm

( by invite only )

Conference Room 6

12:30 – 1:30 pm

Lunch

1:30 – 2:30 pm

Design + Tech Panel

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Madhumita GuptaSuman Bhaskara

AI & UX Convergence

30 min Case study

Conference Room 01

UXINDIA Speaker Smita Mohith Kanakula

Smita Mohith Kanakula

AI creates, humans curate

Immersive Demo Session (30min)

Conference Room 01

Aparajito Sengupta

Aparajito Sengupta & Apurv Doshi

User Experience Approach in Virtual Realm

Immersive Demo Sessions (30min)

Conference Room 02

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Bhargav Pathaneni

Experience Design in Healthcare 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 02

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Upasna Bhandari

UXR in FinTech

30 min Case study

Conference Room 03

Jeffery Dernbach

Jeffery Dernbach

Agile UX problem solving with AI in co-located teams

30 min Case study

Conference Room 03

Emerging Tech UXINDIA

Emerging Tech & Design

Panel Discussion – 60 Mins

Conference Room 04

Design Heads Round Table

1:30 – 2:30 pm

( by invite only )

Conference Room 6

2:30 – 2:45 pm

Break

2:45 – 3:45 pm

30 min Talks

UXINDIA Speaker Ilker Yengin

Ilker Yengin & Gunjan Sobhani

Reasons Your Company Should Care About UX Research

30 min Case study

Conference Room 01

Alicja Antkowiak

Alicja Antkowiak Przemyslaw Chrosniak

How not to drown in the ocean of qualitative and quantitative data? 30 min Case study

Conference Room 01

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Mohit Goel & Richa Mehrotra

A new way to experience Virtual Reality collectively – Gen Y

Immersive Demo Sessions (30min)

Conference Room 02

Ishan Khosla

Ishan Khosla

Work in Progress for Better Tomorrow 30 min Case study

Conference Room 02

Samantha Yuen

Samantha Yuen

Listening inwards to be a better designer

30 min Case study

Conference Room 03

Sudhindra V

Sudhindra V

Business by Design

18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 03

UXINDIA IA PANEL

Industry + Academia Fusion

Panel Discussion – 60 Mins

Conference Room 04

UMO Design Local Leaders Meetup

3:00 – 4:00 pm

( by invite only )

Conference Room 6

3:45 – 4:15  pm

Coffee Break

4:15 – 5:15  pm

18 min TED like talks 

UXINDIA 2018 speaker Ziqq Rafit

Ziqq Rafit

Repercussions of design interventions in developing world 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 01

UX INDIA Speaker

Sanchi Bhardwaj

Reimagining Education through Design Driven Innovation 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 01

Deepak John Mathew

Deepak John Mathew

Title of the talk

18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 01

Trevor Dsouza

Trevor Dsouza

Large Data, Small Screens – Making Visualisations usable on all devices 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 02

Ramprasad Sedouram

Ramprasad Sedouram

All “ears” to user experience 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 02

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Daria Tarawneh

UX on Steroid! Designing for B2B in an enterprise 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 02

Saurabh Garg

Saurabh Garg

BASIX ™ – Building Smarter Solutions, 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 03

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Paul Merrell

Robots can take care of themselves, people can’t 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 03

UXINDIA Conference speaker Neil Pawley

Neil Pawley

Make me stop and think! 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 03

Design Leadership UXINDIA

Design Leadership Panel

Panel Discussion – 60 Mins

Design Leadership UXINDIA

Conference Room 04

Design Educators Round Table

4:15 – 5:15 pm

( by invite only )

Conference Room 6

5:15 – 5:30  pm

Break

5:30 – 6:30  pm

18 min TED like talks 

Prashanth Shanmugasundaram

Prashanth Shanmugasundaram

Designing Experiences | Thinking beyond screens 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 01

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Paramjit Jolly

UX in Big Data Analytics 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 01

Alabhya

Alabhya Alan Narang

UX in Space 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 02

Mathura Govindarajan

Mathura Govindarajan

Accessibility in New Media 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 02

Melvin John

Melvin John

(Re)Designing an iconic brand experience 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 03

Anil Reddy

Anil Reddy

Design with tech can uplift the rural India. 18 min TED like Talk

Conference Room 03

uxladder

UX LADDER

Panel Discussion – 60 Mins

Conference Room 04

iSpeak UXINDIA

iSpeak

iSpeak is one of a kind elevate programs for aspiring speakers to showcase their work, skills, experience, ideas, and opinions… More details

Conference Room 05

6:30 – 7:30  pm

Coffee break

7:30 – 11:30 pm

8:00 – 11:00 pm

Networking Dinner

Keynote Talks, Panels & Design X Awards

8:00 – 8:30 am

Check-in, Conference Registration

8:30 – 9:00 am

Morning Remarks – Bapu

Kaladhar_bapu

Bapu Kaladhar

Founder & Chair UXINDIA – UsabilityMatters.Org

Morning Remarks

Ball Room

9:00 – 9:30 am

Keynote Talk

UXINDIA 18 Speaker

Meena Kothandaraman

Customer Experience Strategist at twig+fish research practice, United States

HUMANS ARE MORE THAN A PRODUCT INTERACTION: Using Research to Holistically Understand People

To design products that are meaningful to people, we must study the people, the products and the interactions between the two. Understanding all the elements helps contribute toward successful experiences. Our challenge is that businesses often omit studying people, and simply extrapolate the interaction they have with a product to their overall behavior. This is not accurate, and often results in mediocre experiences where no is satisfied.

9:30 – 10:00 am

Keynote Talk

Elizabeth Baylor_UXINDIA

Elizabeth Baylor

Sr. User Experience Researcher at Google, Singapore

Building for People You Don’t Know

How do we focus on users who are far away or have a different culture or lifestyle? Dr. Elizabeth Baylor, research lead for Google Tez, will discuss user experience (UX) as an NBU solution that allows us to confidently build for for people we don’t know. Join for a guided discussion of the UX process and 3 principles of good UX, and get tailored advice on research solutions for your next big project.

10:00 – 10:30 pm

Coffee break

10:30 – 11:00 am

Keynote Talk

Dan Harrelson

Dan Harrelson

Vice President of UX Design at Informatica, United States

The four pillars of a UX organization

Based on learnings from his decades working in UX design and product development, Dan will walk through the four pillars which help UX organizations succeed. This talk is targeted at experienced design leaders and aspiring leaders alike. You will reflect on the capabilities of your current UX organization and understand the opportunities for growth. Drawing from real-world case studies Dan describes how design teams both in consumer and enterprise turn empathetic user understanding into valuable products.

11:00 – 11:30 am

Keynote Talk

Prasadd Bartakke - YUJ Designs

Prasadd Bartakke

Cofounder and Chief of UX Design and Research – YUJ Designs

Are we there yet?

 

In last year or two, demand and supply of UX talent has seen an upswing. Though a good news, UX output is plateauing. There are multiple reasons. In this 20 minute talk Prasadd would like to share his observations and suggest what we could do to build a stronger future.

11:30 – 12:00 am

Round Table Sessions Summary

12:00 – 1:00 pm

Lunch break

1:00 – 1:30 pm

YUJ Designs (15 Mins )
Infragistics
(15 Mins )

1:30 – 2:00 pm

Keynote Talk

UXINDIA Speaker Russ_Unger

Russ Unger

Design Director at UserGlue, United States

The 3 Cs of Design – Charters, Critique, and Culture

I’ve worked for a lot of idiot managers in my career. And then, one day, after I had become a design manager myself, it finally dawned on me: Now I’m the idiot!

I’ve failed on many, many levels. I didn’t understand how to understand a team, and help turn their perceptions and expectations into something shared and agreed upon. I didn’t understand how to foster critique; I only knew that I was in charge of design and that I had the final say.  In design leadership positions, the option to go back to the drawing board or to iterate hasn’t always been readily available–nor as painless to my pride and potentially my pocketbook.

The passing of time, the second and third chances that I’ve been given, and the sound advice that I didn’t want to listen to in the past have opened me up to a much different perspective. Oh, I’ve still got plenty to learn, and I’m excited to share some of what I’ve learned about charters, critique, and culture of design organizations.

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Coffee break

2:30 – 4:00 pm

Design X Awards

Design X Awards UX INDIA

4:00 – 4:30 pm

UXINDIA2018 conf closes