BBC’s Dan Ramsden will feature at CanUX in 2017
A world-class IA makes his debut at CanUX in 2017.
Speaker Bio: Dan Ramsden
As Creative Director for UX architecture (UXA) at the BBC, Dan leads a team of IA specialists. He’s responsible for defining the professional practice of UXA at the BBC and ensuring that the company is creating information architecture that delivers the best possible experiences to its audiences.
Previously, Dan worked at The Workshop where he specialised in information architecture as well as imagining, writing and creating content for communication and learning. Before joining The Workshop he ran Dead Earnest Theatre. Dead Earnest uses live performance techniques for teaching, training and behavioural change. Dan carried out research into non-linear narratives and how stories can be used to change the way we think, feel and behave.
Dan tries to create digital experiences that feel just as intuitive to explore and enjoy as the most delightful places in the real world, but make the most of the potential of digital technology. He lives just outside Sheffield (UK) with a wife, a child and a cat called Rosa.
For more info, you can follow Dan on on Twitter @danramsden