Breaking Silos for Collaborative UX Research
425 Adelaide St W #300, Toronto, ON M5V 3C1, Canada
UX research is a team sport. Collaboration is key to turn research findings into impactful solutions. At Breaking Silos, we're taking the mics away from the researchers to hear from our colleagues in growth and marketing, design, web development and product management. They'll share their experiences working with UXRs and incorporating insights into their own unique processes.
Whether you're a UX researcher, someone who does research, or someone who works with researchers — this night will be packed with insights for the whole team. Bring your co-workers and come learn about how you can work better together and ensure that UX research is the superpower that helps the whole team make meaningful product decisions.
What you can expect from Breaking Silos:- 15min talks with 5min Q&A from speakers in growth, design, development and product management- Actionable takeaways on how your team can use research and work collaboratively alongside UXRs- Lots of snacks and chats!
6:00-6:15pm - Food and Hangs
6:15-6:20pm - Welcome6:20-6:40pm - Sarah Stockdale, Sarah Stockdale Consulting: Growth and Research6:40-7:00pm - Andréa Crofts, League: Research Collaboration by Design: Building influence for UX research across an organization as a non-researcher
7:00-7:15pm - Break - Food and Hangs
7:15-7:35pm - Lakhveer Jajj, Highline BETA: Craftsmanship, Data and Empathy7:35-7:55pm - Stacey Feero, TWG: UXR is the reason I am a PM: Why That's Good & Bad for Collaboration7:55-8:00pm - Closing
8:00-9:00pm - Food and Hangs
Code of Conduct
At UXR Collective, we are dedicated to providing a space that is safe for everyone to engage in learning and critical discourse, regardless of identity, gender, sexuality, ability, neurotype, physical appearance, origin, faith, or community.
We expect our community members to be respectful of one another. This means practicing mindfulness when engaging with those who have differing perspectives, which is a minimum requirement for all attendees. Anything less will not be tolerated, including harassment of any kind. If you don’t feel comfortable at any point during this event, please remove yourself from the situation and inform a conference organizer in person, on Slack, or by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you experience an emergency, please contact the appropriate authorities.
Please review our full Code of Conduct here.
Venue Special Instructions
Head to 425 Adelaide St. W. There will be volunteers waiting at the doors to sign you in and direct you to the 3rd floor.
Food and Beverages
Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be served.
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