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Friday, November 13 • 11:07am - 11:37am
Getting the Experience Right: Why ‘Wow’ and ‘Beautiful’ Aren’t Enough

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We all aspire to create experiences that users are wowed by, beautiful experiences. Sadly that isn't enough. Discovering and designing the right experience for the moment, the context, the need is remarkably difficult, and not just difficult to execute. It is remarkably difficult to simply envision the right experience. Let's uncover some ways to approach the problem by bringing together different voices from some folks who have been tackling this problem with success.

Moderators
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Ryan Nance

Director of User Experience, Tradesy
Ryan Nance is the Director of User Experience at Tradesy where he leads a team of expert designers. He is an avid internaut, founder of 5thingsilearnedtoday.com and likes to write about Experience design on Medium https://medium.com/the-user-s-experience

Speakers
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Angel Anderson

CEO, Co-Founder, NailSnaps
Angel Anderson is the CEO and Co-Founder founder of NailSnaps - the world’s best way to create, wear, and share nail art. Previously, as VP UX Director at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Angel lead UX design on award-winning customer experiences for clients such as Old Navy, Belkin, and Domino’s. Anderson is now on a mission to revolutionize the way women do their nails.
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Kyle Heller

Co-Founder, Cinematique
As an award-winning film producer and founder of Cinematique, the world’s first touchable video platform, Kyle has been a key figure in pushing forward the future of video, both by creating engaging, cinematic content for brands as well as introducing new ways to monetize through video without the need of traditional pre-roll and ad overlays.
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Rachel Rutherford

CEO, Stealth
Rachel has spent the last 5 years working in the tech industry, building mobile & digital properties at the intersection of content, commerce and community. Rachel was most recently the co-CEO of Pose, a mobile-first social and e-commerce platform for fashion. Pose was acquired in the Spring of 2015. Prior to Pose, Rachel worked at Whalerock Industries, WME, CAA, & MRC.


Friday November 13, 2015 11:07am - 11:37am
Santa Monica Pier Summit Stage 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA

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