What We Talk About When We Talk About International Research

  • 28 Feb 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
  • 8 Clarkson St, 12th floor, New York, NY 10014
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As many organizations expand their customer bases beyond the domestic market, understanding user needs has become more critical than ever to stay ahead of the curve. What are some of the best practices to uncover user needs in the global scene?

Join us for a panel discussion about how to conduct successful global UX research. Our panel consists of two UX veterans who have conducted research in the US, Europe, Asia, and South America. They'll talk about a variety of research methodologies and share their insights into how an emphasis on planning, building partnerships, and being culturally sensitive will ensure things run smoothly.


Meet Our Panelists


Dalila Szostak -- Lead Experience Researcher at Google Jigsaw

Dalila Szostak helps shape experiences to further the positive impact that technology can have in our society. She is the lead experience researcher at Google Jigsaw. She specializes in international research and has conducted workshops and published her work in a wide range of academic and industrial gatherings globally. Dalila holds a doctorate degree in User System Interaction from the Technical University of Eindhoven and a Masters degree in Human Factors and Systems from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.



Eugenio Santiago – VP of User Experience Research at Key Lime Interactive

Eugenio Santiago is an innovator in user research with over a dozen years of experience helping the world’s most admired brands optimize their digital and product experiences. Eugenio’s industry expertise includes but is not limited to: mobile experiences, financial services, and retail while still maintaining a passion for sports and gaming. As Key Lime Interactive has grown, Eugenio has managed and conducted over a dozen international research projects in seven countries. When he is not traveling to other countries to conduct research or attend conferences as a subject matter expert, he is at home in Brooklyn with his family—two boys and a little princess—who always keep him on his toes.


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8 Clarkson St
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New York, NY 10014
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Free with admission: snacks, refreshments, networking opportunities, intelligent discussions, not-so-intelligent discussions, enlightenment, and inspiration.




Agenda

Tuesday, February 28

6:00-6:50 PM

 Networking & Refreshments

6:50-7:00 PM 

 Opening Announcements

7:00-8:00 PM

 Panel Discussion & Q&A

8:00-8:45 PM

 More Networking & Refreshments



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