Mindful UX/UI puts the user’s wellbeing at the heart of design. It protects people’s mental health, privacy and mental state. It values and respects our attention. It’s inclusive and accessible. It aims to prevent harm and even help recover from it.
How often have you found yourself endlessly scrolling, or visiting a website for information or help, only to come away feeling worse?
Join our panel of third sector, research and UX/UI industry leaders as they tackle the good, bad and ugly of user experience, as well as what’s involved in creating more inclusive digital spaces that support better mental health.
Gemma Johnson – Content and Communications Manager for MindWell, the mental health website for Leeds
Paul Wilkes – Digital Inclusion Coordinator, 100% Digital Leeds
Kirstin Blackwell – Deputy Director of Inclusive Co-design, Thrive by Design
Chris Skelton – Creative Director, Thompson Branding and Digital Design