Webinar: Building a design team culture that doubles retention and satisfaction
Designers deserve to be empowered and motivated to stay within your organization for years. On this webinar, we’re going to share with you tips and tricks on how to build a unique design team culture that fosters learning, improves design outputs, and improves retention and satisfaction!
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What are we going to cover
We’re joined by Eliana Campos, UX Chapter Lead at Banco Guayaquil, where Eliana is going to share:
Climbing the career ladder from junior to Design Climbing the career ladder from Graphic Designer to UX Chapter Lead
Challenges she had to overcome: from career switching to moving to a different country
Strategies she uses to lead a diverse team of Researchers, UX, UI, and Content designers
Strategies, tips, and tricks for building a design team culture that doubles retention and satisfaction.
Who are our speakers
This webinar will be hosted by Colin Pace, Co-founder & CPO at Uxcel, together with Eliana Campos, UX Chapter Lead at Banco Guayaquil.
Eliana is creative, responsible, proactive, human-centered designer, design-thinking every step to bring value to both users and business, facilitating the development with agile, communication and leadership skills, while constantly sharing and teaching along the way.
Colin has worked as both a Product Designer and Product Manager for the past 12 years of his technology career. Colin's career has been split between working in early-stage startups and enterprise companies, with a focus on fintech. His expertise lies in solving complex problems, building highly effective teams, and bridging the gap between business and design.
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