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How can Heavy Metal teach us to be more respectful to our consumers?

In most conferences, you see all the remarkable frameworks, tools, and the latest improvements that make life easier. To be a better UX professional, you also need skills in a different spectrum.

This session challenges you to discover what else is needed from your side to become a better professional. It doesn't matter whether you work remotely, in an office, or part of a small startup or a huge company. Those skills are the same.

I am reviewing some heavy metal classics and sharing my view of what they can teach you.  

  • Do you know why we should build ethical designs and interactions? What do Death band members have to say?
  • Do you want to go out of your comfort zone? Judas Priest has something to offer.
  • Do you feel that you have lost yourself? Arch Enemy is here to help.

You might learn to be resilient, react to a change, fight for yourself, get back on your path when you lose it, and focus on things that make you happy at work!

You will also learn how to create privacy-respecting apps that do not "hook" the consumers. Do you know one of the main reasons we are unhappy at work? It's closely connected to what we do as a UX community.

Come with me on a provocation journey to listen to heavy metal music, sing songs (if you feel like it), and be serious about your and your consumers' me(n)tal health.

Bogomil

Shopov - Бого

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Human, Artist, Hacker

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