Agile for UX + Product Teams
When we speak of agile outside of development, specifically in terms of UX, the methodology is supposed to align agile software development with UX interactions and product design. Practitioners and developers alike have long admitted that the methodology is good in theory but not as smooth in practice. Join us September 27, Noon – 1pm (ET)/9am PT for a panel discussion on Agile for UX and Product Teams

Sep 27, 2019 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Spencer Hockeborn
Sr. Technical Consultant @Solstice
Spencer graduated from the University of Michigan with an undergraduate degree in Aerospace Engineering in 2011. In 2012, he graduated from the University of Michigan with a Masters degree in Controls Engineering. Between his undergraduate and graduate studies, he's worked as a design intern with LuK USA LLC, and after earning my Masters was hired by LuK as a systems engineer. His position with LuK mainly involved software development for demonstration vehicles. Spencer received training for his position in Germany from September 2012 to February 2013. From February 2014 to August 2016, Spencer worked as a backend Node.js developer at IBM in Durham, NC. After working at IBM, Spencer spent one year at Dude Solutions building an AngularJS user interface with a .NET47 backend REST API. The product was for maintenance and inventory ticketing.
Karlene Davis
Principal Delivery Consultant @Solstice
Karlene is an Agile transformation leader. She’s worked closely with enterprise clients leading their transformation to iterative Scrum processes for accelerated value delivery and waste elimination. She currently works at Solstice coaching teams through Agile adoption.
Brian Crowley
Manager Experience Design @Capital One
Brian J. Crowley graduated from Ringling School of Art and Design with a BFA in Illustration in 2001. In 2012 he completed a Master Certificate in Web Design and Development at IIT. He has been UX Designer and Illustration professional for many years. He’s had many successful experiences working for Fortune 500 companies and Agency Clients. Crowley has lived and worked for over a decade in downtown Chicago. He lives in Portage Park with his wife Stacey. He’s also the creator of the web-comic “Hamster Rage”.