We're excited to announce our UX Cambridge keynote speakers: Alisan Atvur, Sara Wachter-Boettcher, Emmet Connolly and Joe Macleod.

UX Cambridge keynote speaker Alisan Atvur

Alisan Atvur

Alisan is a recurring guest editor of Touchpoint: A Service Design Journal, and an advising researcher at the Copenhagen Institute of NeuroCreativity. His educational background is in psychology, philology and instructional design, and he was a senior interaction designer at frog and the director of strategy at InReality.

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UX Cambridge keynote speaker Sara Wachter-Boettcher

Sara Wachter-Boettcher

Sara is the author of Technically Wrong: Sexist Apps, Biased Algorithms, and Other Threats of Toxic Tech. Her other books include Design for Real Life, co-authored with Eric Meyer, and Content Everywhere. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The Guardian, Slate, Quartz, and Wired.

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UX Cambridge keynote speaker Emmet Connolly

Emmet Connolly

Emmet is Director of Product Design at Intercom where he helps a growing, global design team to create and ship the best work they can. Before joining Intercom Emmet worked for Google in Z├╝rich and San Francisco. There he designed Google Flight Search, and co-founded and designed Android Wear.

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UX Cambridge keynote speaker Joe Macleod

Joe Macleod

Joe is the author of Ends and the founder of AndEnd. He spent 3 years on the Closure Experiences project, researching, writing and publishing the Ends book that captures the historical, societal context of consumer endings. He was previously Head of Design at the award-winning studio Ustwo.

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