World Usability Day Estonia is the first conference for User Experience professionals & the largest UX-, web- and interaction design event in the Baltics. This year is going to be a bit different but as amazing as always!
We will have a full week of 23.11 – 27.11 dedicated to World Usability Day with talks and workshops happening every day. All of this will be ONLINE. Stay tuned for speakers, workshops and tickets. New information will be added weekly!
Jane Ruffino is a content designer, UX writer, strategist, and researcher based in Stockholm, Sweden. She’s been writing for digital platforms since the 1990s, and her professional experience includes documentary production, journalism, content strategy, adult education, and design practice. Jane is a frequent speaker and workshop facilitator at conferences and events around Europe, and she’s completing her doctorate in the archaeology of digital worlds at Södertörn University in Stockholm.
Talk: Making the words happen: how to integrate UX writing into your work
By now, you’ve probably heard of UX writing, the practice of designing with language. If you’ve tried it yourself, or you’ve worked with writers, you’ll know you can’t just add a writer and stir; it’s an entirely separate (but related) competence. Integrating it into your work is easier said than done, starting with convincing budget holders of its value. In this talk, you’ll get an overview of UX writing, some best (and not-best) practices, and some strong, succinct arguments you can take to decision makers in your organization.
Workshop: Getting the words in there: UX writing workshop
Everyone is responsible for the user experience of a product, and that goes for the language, too. In this workshop, you’ll get the foundational knowledge and hands-on skills to understand, define, and actually implement product content. Whether you’re a writer who wants some new frameworks and methods, or you’re a designer, product manager, or developer who keeps getting stuck ‘doing the copy,’ you’ll come away with actionable skills you can use, alone or with your team.
Why and how language matters in a service
To define content needs and make decisions
How to work with colleagues and stakeholders on product language
Skills for writing solid, user-focused content
A consultant and researcher of mediapsychology and persuasion
Mischa Coster MA MSc is a consultant, researcher and public speaker in the area of mediapsychology and persuasion. "I change how people see things" is his personal slogan. He does this by applying evidence-based and theory-inspired psychological tactics. Mischa comes highly recommended by dr. Robert Cialdini, thé international expert-scientist in consumer psychology and persuasion.
Mischa has been consulting for clients as an independent mediapsychologist (he holds two masters degrees; one in Psychology and one in European Multimedia) for over 15 years. His strong knowledge of psychological persuasion techniques, choice architecture and online (social) marketing and communication, combined with a broad experience in business consulting, make him a valued allround international public speaker and consultant on the subject. Not afraid to go in-depth or off-topic, always interactive with a strong focus on content, presentation and adding value for the audience or client.
As co-founder and director of consulting at Grey Matters, Mischa loves to work on multidisciplinary behavior change projects. Mischa founded Grey Matters with his business partner William Rice in 2009, putting focus on applied psychology. "Insight, Intervention, Inspiration" is what Grey Matters offers. Clients include various profit (T-Mobile, Rabobank, SNSREAAL, rockstart, Capgemini, Tribal, Mirabeau, Samsung, Linkedin, RTL, Rotterdam The Hague Airport eg), government (CAK, nearly all ministries) and nonprofit (NIMA, NISB, GGD eg) organizations. Mischa is also co-founder of TEDxUtrecht, Social Media Club Utrecht and expert member of the Brand Boardroom.
Hegle is a consultant and a teacher of user experience methodologies, accessibility, and interaction design. She is co-founder of the Trinidad Wiseman - a service design and digital transformation company.
She has over 20 years of experience in UX, service design and information technology with skills and experience across the full project lifecycle. Recent years Hegle has been mostly involved fast growing design team and innovation management.
Talk: Automated Usability Error Recognition Throuh Web Statistics
Researcher in Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing
Born in Patras, Greece in 1979. I went to school at the Patras' University Experimental School and, in 1996, left Greece for Glasgow, Scotland. There, I studied at Glasgow Caledonian University and obtained my B.Sc. Honours (Sandwich) in Computer Studies, in 2001. I continued as a doctoral student at the University of Strathclyde and obtained my Ph.D. (Internet Content Pre-Caching for Mobile Devices) from the Department of Computer & Information Sciences. Dr. Mark Dunlop was my supervisor.
After my education, I was offered a lectureship at Glasgow Caledonian University, where I mainly taught the subject of Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing from 2005 until 2013. While there, I set up and co-directed the Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing Research Group, together with my colleague and friend, Peter Barrie. I left Glasgow Caledonian in 2013 to go back to Strathclyde, where worked as a researcher at the Mobiquitous Lab between 2013-17.
In between these main employment activities, I have taught as an associate professor at the Hellenic Open University (M.Sc. Engineering of Pervasive Systems) since 2010, set up and ran my own systems consultancy company in Patras (Noemon Consultants) since 2005, taught at the University of Patras Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics since 2011 and the Technological Educational Institute of Patras (2010-11 and 2017-19). I have also worked as a course writer-editor at the Interaction Design Foundation (2017).
Currently I am a tenured assistant professor at the University of Patras Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics. I also work as a senior researcher at the Computer Technology Institute and the Industrial Systems Institute.
I am a Chartered Engineer of the UK Engineering Council and also a Chartered IT Professional and Member of the British Computer Society.
Talk: Making mobile notifications useful, usable and used
Users receive dozens, if not hundreds of notifications on their mobiles every day. They are an annoyance, yet we also can’t live without them. How do users feel about incoming notifications? How do they manage them? What are the best design strategies for content and delivery options? In this talk we will discuss some recent findings from research into mobile notifications, with the aim to help you understand how to make your app’s notifications useful, usable and used.
Joanna Agata Rutkowska
Information Technology graduate and a design researcher. Her urge to make technology more humane turned her into a career in design. As part of her Ph.D. studies at Tallinn University in Estonia, she is conducting research on service design entitled “Actionable service design deliverables.”
She is the author of numerous scientific publications in the field of service design and design methods. Member of IDEO U Community of Practice, a group of practitioners who, under the patronage of IDEO, develop their competences in the area of creative leadership.
Since 2013 she co-creates the report “User Experience and Product Design in Poland”. In 2020, she debuted as a curator of the exhibition Data are emotions. Emotions are data. at Gdynia Design Days (GDD) in Poland.
Vee is an enthusiastic Senior Product Designer with +10 years experience, currently a Senior Product Designer at Pipedrive (Lisbon HQ), she’s also worked as a freelance on a per-project basis with private clients such as startups and other business owners in need of Design services.
Previously she worked at the global design agency Idean (based in London) and prior to that at AllofUs (London), working with clients such as Yale University and Google Paris. And before working in an agency setting, she worked for 4 years at Hive Home by Centrica, lead and implemented an in-house Design Team and helped to shape a truly design-led Product, which was one of her most important career challenges. She enjoys seeing other designers thrive and grow their skillset and career.
Terms and conditions
World Usability Day Tallinn (hereinafter WUD) is organized by Eesti Inimese-Arvuti Interaktsiooni Selts (ESTCHI).
This document sets out the terms and conditions between ESTCHI and WUD conference and workshops ticket holders.
By purchasing a ticket for WUD conference and/or workshops you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by these terms and conditions.
ESTCHI reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. Any amended terms and conditions will be posted to this website. This version of terms and conditions for ESTCHI is applicable from August 1, 2019.
HOW TO BUY
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All prices indicated on the wud.ee website are in euros. You will see the total amount before making payment.
Student tickets are only valid for full-time students in combination with a valid student ID. This must be presented at the badge pick-up and shown on request to gain admission to the event venue. If no such verification is provided, the purchased ticket is invalid, and the person will not be granted access to the event.
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The following methods of payment are available in the online store:
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While speakers and topics are confirmed at least 1 month before the conference, circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such, ESTCHI reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary without any liability to you whatsoever. Any substitutions or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible.
If the event is being cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances (force majeure), ticket buyers will be refunded the total price of the purchased ticket(s). ESTCHI does not hold itself liable for any other expenses incurred.
In case of rescheduling WUD conference, tickets may be returned by a deadline to be determined by ESTCHI.
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personal data given to ESTCHI by the data subject (name, e-mail address, phone number, company/university, position/student number);
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personal data received from third persons;
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personal data received from third persons;
ESTCHI collects personal data to deliver purchases and identify ticket owners.
E-mail is used to deliver tickets.
Name is used to identify ticket holders.
Phone number is used (if given voluntarily by the subject), to contact subject in case he/she is not reachable through email and important information regarding the event is needed to pass on to the subject.
Company and position (if given voluntarily by the subject) are used to print on badge and to analyze who attended the event, to improve the lineup in the future. If subject does not wish their name, company name and/or position to appear on your conference badge, he/she should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Subjects network parameters are used to conduct statistical analysis regarding from where, when and how long did subjects stay at the site.
DISCLOSURE OF AND /OR TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA TO THIRD PERSONS
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their purpose and the processing are legal;
personal data processing is carried out in accordance with TWN’s instructions and under a valid contract.
SECURITY MEASURES FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA
ESTCHI shall store personal data only for the strict minimum necessary time. Personal data, the expiry date of which has passed, will be destroyed, using best practices and in accordance with the procedures established by ESTCHI.
Access to personal data is only for people involved in organizing the event (both IT and coordinators), to pass on relevant information regarding the event to the subjects, print badges and organize subjects to workshops.
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Rights related to the consent:
The consent to allow the processing of personal data may be withdrawn by the data subject at any time.
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The right to receive information, or the right of the data subject to obtain information about personal data collected on them.
The right to demand the correction of inaccurate data.
The right to delete data, that is, in a certain case, the data subject has the right to require that personal data be deleted, for example, if processing is done only on the basis of their consent.
STORING THE DATA
Within a year after the event, all personal data will be deleted, except in a situation when it is needed for bookkeeping or resolving a dispute.
Data that is needed for bookkeeping is saved for 7 years.
General,unpersonalised, data about who attended the event (job positions, companies) is kept as statistical information regarding this years event, to make decisions regarding future events.
RESOLVING A DISPUTE
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