Pan-Baltic World Usability Day 2012 Tallinn
Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EET)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
World Usability Day is about making our world work better. It's about making life easy and user friendly. Technology today is often too hard to use. In order to humanize a world that uses technology for everything we must develop it in a way that serves people first!
Pan-Baltic WUD aims to raise general awareness about the significance of usability by inviting top experts of the field to share their experiences and visions in Tallinn. Mutually important is the aim to start vital and constructive discussions about UX/IxD/usability related topics within and between the Baltic communities.
|9:30-10:00||Registration and coffee|
|10:00-11:25||Keynote: Persuasion, Emotion and Trust in Online Banking
Chris Lock, Executive Director, Human Factors International (UK)
|11:45-12:25||Designing Future Services
Pedro Custodio, Product and Service Experience Strategist (DE)
|12:25-12:45||How to Turn around an Aircraft Carrier: Changing UX in One of the Russia’s Largest Online Companies
Yury Vetrov, head of UX, Mail.ru (RU)
|13:45-14:05||Usability, Infographics and Open Government Data
Viktorija Trubaciute, adviser of Lithuanian Minister of Economy, Open Data activist (LT)
|14:05-14:25||Creating Natural User Interfaces
Ramune Norkute, CEO of IdeaCode (LT)
|14:25-14:45||User interfaces for mobile POS-terminals
Ivan Burmistrov, CEO and founder of InterUX (EE)
|15:05-16:20||Keynote: NeuroUX – Smoke and Mirrors or the Future of User Experience Research?
Aga Bojko, Associate Director, User Centric Inc. (US)