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A presentation of my adventures building UX competency at Play Telecom presented at the Intersection Conference 2014 in Paris.

A presentation of my adventures building UX competency at Play Telecom presented at the Intersection Conference 2014 in Paris.

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    Sex or marriage: growing UXinto an organization Sex or marriage: growing UXinto an organization Presentation Transcript

    • Sex or Marriage: growing User Experience into the organisation Aga Szóstek
    • setting the picture
    • 2011
    • exploiting curiosity
    • skeleton out of the closet
    • just get your first project
    • train, train, train
    • collaboration across the organisation and also outside of it
    • too early, too bold
    • first do, then apologise
    • make physical things
    • find friends to play with Market'Research' UX' Client'Intelligence'
    • your client is internal
    • growing your ambassadors
    • idealism vs realism
    • finding equilibrium
    • change is upon us
    • ain’t gonna be easy
    • courage to take up whatever challenge passes by respect for business needs and expertise sharing successes and failures keep in the back of your head that you don’t change products or services, you change culture
    • thank you