Conrad Johnston or Queen Olivia St Redfern, two amazing people in the same body and he has a lot to tell you. From the start-ups, the early partying, the change of life, and the social media explosion, he has lessons to learn and pass on at every moment.
Nat Dudley launched her UX career in a queue at Gather and subsequently emerged as one of the countries top UX designers with a true empathetic approach to her work. Nat discusses how there are very few true career paths for UX, equability and diversity within tech, and the most awesome "Do Better at Conference Diversity".
We receive an update from Hiria as she traipses the West Coast of America in search of knowledge, connections, and investment ...
Andrew Mayfield loves creating and measuring impact as he discusses Optimal Workshop, how they are "growing at the speed of revenue", and why he says, "If you want to run a big business, learn to run a small one first".
Hiria talks about organisations keen to trial the sensors, what the data will show people in their houses, and her trip to the US.
Nicole also has some great views on women in tech, the tech community, the collaboration that REANNZ has to engage across the world, and that their ultimate goal is a network that, "moves data at the speed of thought", whilst making time to innovate.
Hiria takes us through the Whare Hauora Pledgeme, running pilots for teams in Waikato, and why they have pushed out manufacturing until February.
Hiria also has three BIG announcements!
Philip Fierlinger has worked amongst the "gods of Silicon Valley".
A fascinating run through Philip's design life, from the early days in film, before his design love took over.. We discuss design, what it is, and why it's essential to your business, and how it has played such a pivotal role for Philip in such roles as co-founder of Xero.
Chats with nearly all the 2017 Mobile Refresh speakers and organisers during the conference
PhD Candidate, Tutor, and Research Assistant at Victoria University of Wellington