Björn Ganslandt

UX & Developer Collaboration – How to Create Something Great Together

In many organizations, developers and product people seem to be playing for opposing teams, which inevitably leads to disappointing products. In this workshop, we will show ways to bridge this divide. We’ll explore methods to improve collaboration between UX, design, and development to create better teams that build better products.

We will focus on developing for the web and its specific technological limitations, although the methods can be applied to other areas as well.

Pre Workshop Tickets

12th October 2021 – Messe Graz

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Limited to 20 participants.

400,00 €
incl. VAT.: 480,00 €

Who should attend?

This workshop is for developers, UX people, and product managers. It’s for everyone who wants to create a better product by improving collaboration between developers and the rest of the product team.


What will you learn

In this workshop we will cover the following topics:

  • How to collaborate and communicate in a product team
  • Workflows that enable collaboration instead of forcing handovers
  • Collaborating on web animations
  • Collaborating on responsive layouts and how CSS grid changes this dynamic
  • What role design and collaboration tools play in this process
  • Measuring and discussing web performance
  • Discussing web accessibility as a team
  • How design systems can foster a shared language for product teams

Date: Tuesday, October 12th
Time: 08:30 - 17:00
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Björn Ganslandt

Frontend Developer, Freelance

I’m a freelance frontend developer based in Vienna. I love creating websites that are fast, beautiful and accessible and have been doing so since the late 90s.

I believe that magic happens where UX, Design and Development meet. That’s why I try to work in all of these areas and their intersections: I hold a PhD in Design Theory and have been working as an editorial designer for several years. I worked as a UX consultant and taught Usability at the University of Gießen. But in the end, I gravitate to the technical side of things and was fortunate enough to contribute code to the frontends of companies such as Otto, Eventim, Peek & Cloppenburg, Lotto24, Jumio, and ElitePartner.

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