Welcome to 2021!
We hope everyone is keeping well and connected ... and looking forward to the day where we're able to gather together in-person again.
The First Nations Technology Council (FNTC) has long been one of the UX Awards’ most important and valued partners. This year, in partnership with BrainStation, we’re excited to be awarding two FNTC students with a meaningful scholarship, focused on building their industry connections and experience through mentorship, community, and networking opportunities.
BrainStation is committed to eliminating barriers and empowering individuals to achieve success in the digital world. To promote and celebrate diversity and inclusion in technology, BrainStation and the Vancouver UX Awards are excited to offer two scholarships to First Nations Technology Council students who have completed a BrainStation program this year.
The Vancouver UX Awards are excited to announce that the 2020 Virtual Gala will be hosted by Robert MacKie, Engagement Manager (People and Culture) of TELUS Digital, and Alejandra Porta, a freelance product designer and the co-creator of Shine Bootcamp.
Meet Julie Tremblay, Co-Founder at Hyperminds!
What’s one thing that’s common between culture, brand, and digital products? One word - experience.
We are surrounded by them. As consumers of products, we experience them in digital and physical forms; as employees, we experience companies from the internal perspective. As humans, we are in a whirlpool of brands that dictate our life and our choices in ways we are not even aware of.
The Vancouver User Experience Awards are glad to present this year's Keynote Sponsor, AGI, a global leader in agriculture product development. We sat down with the AGI team to hear what user experience and innovation mean to their organization and industry.
Can you explain how UX and CX is important to being a leader in agricultural products?
The Vancouver UX Awards and our Keynote Sponsor AGI are excited to announce our opening 2019 Keynote address "From Resistance to Acceptance: Making Change Stick" will be given by Sarah Dickinson and Erin Cooper of NOBL.
Like any grand adventure, leading change requires skill, daring, and yes, good fortune. Frequently those blazing new trails are you - the intrepid UX leader.