Next event: 6:30pm, 17th March 2014.
Loop Bar, 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne 3000.
Melbourne Geek Night is an informal get-together for people who work in the web industry around Melbourne to catch-up, have a yarn, share ideas and talk about new techniques and technologies.
David used to boldly say “I fight for the user” but these days there is conflict within. Let’s take a look at the good, bad and grey of UX and explore areas like persuasive design and dark UX. If you never cross the line, how will you know how far you can go?
The most important thing when founding a startup is to be responsive and agile – there’s no room to get attached to your initial idea. Hear how Sidekicker shaped their business from a place to outsource your chores to the platform to get skilled individuals into your business that it is today in 14 months by listening to their customers.
The language to talk about startup culture directly impacts the nature and culture of the project and the people in it, whether it's having a vision, taking a journey, or finding a ninja. So what role does culture play when growing a company that's focused on finding product/market fit? What are the origins of these narratives? What value can we derive from them?
Some photos from our past Geek nights! Add your Instagr.am photos here by adding the #melb_geeks hashtag.
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Melbourne Geek Night is brought to you by
Thirst Studios. A small user experience (UX) web design team based in Melbourne, Australia.