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Mileha Soneji

Mileha Soneji, a renowned TED Speaker, believes that having empathy and being able to put yourself in another person’s shoes is what makes for great Human Centered Design. Originally hailing from the city of Pune in India, Mileha is currently a Senior User eXperience Manager in the Netherlands. Her work entails combining the fuzzy front-end of the design process with emerging technologies to answer the question of what needs to be designed to provide value to users now and in the future. Even as a child, Mileha had a keen interest in (re)designing things around her and she pursues to have an inclusive approach to all her projects & in day to day life. You can view her TED talk with more than 1 million views here
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Stimulate your organization’s UX driven journey

Having worked in the UX industry for about 8 years, Mileha has worked in different companies that were at different levels of embedding UX within their organization. From being in a technology driven company where the user was always forgotten to companies that were far ahead in the process of being more user-centered, she shares her experiences so as to help others on this UX-driven journey.  Mileha believes that simplicity and human centered design can change this world and so through this talk she brings forth some UX models along with concrete examples to change the mindset of the organization.

About the organizer

UXservices is a specialized user research and user experience design consulting firm, based in Istanbul, Turkey. UXservices has a global reach to latest UX and usability know-how thanks to its active role in international organizations like UXPA, UX Fellows and IAI. UXservices has credentials and experience in a wide variety of interface platforms at different industries including telco, banking, finance, retail and more.

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Maslak Business Center, Block: A Floor: 8
Sarıyer / Istanbul – Turkey

Email: conference@uxistanbul.org
Phone: +90 212 276 06 43

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