Talk with Lane Halley: Interaction Design + Product Management

Software Product Management Meetup (NYC)
17-18 Aug 2009 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , New York, US
10.0 USD

We’re excited to have well-recognized designer and speaker Lane Halley speak with us on interaction design and the connectivity between interaction design and product management!

Lane Halley has over 20 years of experience working with top companies on software design and development. She was responsible for many of the best practices used by Cooper ( design teams, she taught Cooper U classes, and she led design projects featured in Alan Cooper’s book “The Inmates are Running the Asylum” and “About Face, The Essentials of Interaction Design 3” by Cooper, Reimann and Cronin.

Currently, Lane manages a team of Interaction Designers at Liquidnet (, the world's institutional marketplace that facilitates institutional equities trading for institutional investors worldwide. She works closely with product managers and other product stakeholders to create product and service offerings for institutional traders.

In 2009, Lane led a series of Agile/UX workshops with Jeff Patton and was the co-producer of the User Experience Stage at the Agile 2009 conference. Lane was also a founder of the Silicon Valley chapter of Women on the Web, was a presenter for the Society for Technical Communication, Jared Spool’s UIE Roadshow and a keynote speaker at the Customer Experience 2007 conference in Copenhagen Denmark.

Lane’s extensive teaching, design, and consulting experience has provided her a unique inside look at product management teams regarding how to think of and work with interaction design. Some of the key points she’ll discuss:

• What is (user) interaction design/experience? • What’s its value? • Core UX techniques if you’re not familiar with them • Connectivity between interaction design and product management

Agenda: 6:00-6:20meet and greet 6:20-6:30introductions 6:30-7:45presentation and discussion 7:45-7:50close up

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