DX Leeds 2022 from LION+MASON in association with Leeds Building Society.
How User Experience Design can successfully solve the digital challenges of today.
Real life insight, solutions and expertise.
We are hosting a relaxed and informal afternoon to hear from leading specialists discussing some of the key digital challenges facing businesses. Topics will include UX Design, User Research, Design Systems and Digital Transformation.
There will be guest speakers from quality brands followed by networking opportunities over drinks with peers from digital products, services and transformation.
Having worked in Digital for over 20 years, Andy has a wealth of experience, creating engaging and effective solutions for clients who need design that produces tangible results. Andy is a passionate advocate of a research-based user-centric approach to design. He has led projects for a variety of clients from public and private sectors, including Johnson & Johnson, The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Department for Education, and Durham University.
Kelly started his UX journey at the Halifax in 1997 and set up a Design and Usability function in 1998. He created the first of three Usability labs in 1999 and embedded UX into Halifax’s project life-cycle in 2000. Kelly’s career also took him to Aviva, Direct line, ADP, AND-Digital, Covea Insurance and Farnell Electronics. Helping each company to strengthen their UX areas. During this time, Kelly has worked with over 80 UX professionals at various levels and is happy to share his insights for what makes a great UX Designer.
Paul is a passionate advocate of a user-centred approach to design, founded on tangible research and insight. Having worked in Digital for over ten years, he has created market leading products, both online and in the real world.
Imran has 15 years of experience with design and delivery. He has designed websites, apps and led cross functional teams to deliver metric-shifting value. He’s a facilitator of research, workshops and collaborative design. At Co-op, Imran works within the Experience Library team. Here, he likes to focus on the community and the people using the Experience Library. His interest lies in nurturing communities and helping others find their voice within the design space.