Speaker | Alley Rutzel | UX Director | Google
Alley Rutzel, UX Director, Google

Speaker | Alley Rutzel | UX Director | Google

Speaker | Alley Rutzel | UX Director | Google We're delighted to announce a new addition to our speaker line up - UX Director, for G Suite, at Google, Alley Rutzel! With her vision for people from across the globe to collaborate as efficiently and intimately as if they were in the same room, Alley makes a perfect addition to this year's lineup. In advance of her talk, we caught up with Alley on the theme of People and Connections Tell us a little about the role people and connections have played in your career Nothing is ever accomplished alone, you always have someone supporting you or directly contributing to your success. I would never have discovered the opportunities that got me to where I am today without reaching out to connect and build strong relationships. I’ve worked…

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Connectivity | Llara Geddes & InnovateHer

Connectivity | Llara Geddes & InnovateHer This month, we’re celebrating connectivity with the InnovateHer movement and, along with that, one of our organisers - Head of UX and all-round good Scottish egg - Llara Geddes.  In September, a plethora of incredible women in tech will gather at Fairfield Social Club to talk all things connectivity and, the all-important and never-to-be-forgotten human side of design and technology. Llara is leading the charge this year in delivering a barn-storming fifth annual Talk UX conference; she’s Head of UX at User Conversion, a soon-to-be-mum, an awesome dancer, an alumni Ladies That UX Manchester volunteer and just recently she gave her time and energy to be a part of the InnovateHer movement. Llara says “I’ve been keen to be involved with InnovateHer since I attended the launch event. Having previously been involved with…

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Interview | Lizzie Kelly-Dyson | Co-Founder of Ladies that UX

Interview | Lizzie Kelly-Dyson | Co-Founder of Ladies that UX Lizzie We’re delighted to be sitting down with Lizzie Kelly-Dyson - co-founder of Ladies that UX. Without Lizzie, there would be no Talk UX - it’s that simple. So if she's talking, we're listening! So Lizzie, for those that don’t know the story, tell us, how did Ladies that UX come to be? Ladies that UX started because Georgie (Lizzie’s Ladies that UX co-founder) and I didn’t know any women in the industry. All meet ups were the same, one person standing at the front telling you what to do and how to do it. After one of the meet ups, Georgie and I went for a drink and we discussed what we would do differently if we were to start our own. I wanted to create a…

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