Code Talks: Where to place your bets in 2021

The past twelve months have seen unprecedented levels of uncertainty, challenges and change like no other.

People, businesses and societies everywhere have been forced to rapidly adapt, with digital and technology at the forefront of our responses.

Yes, a new year brings fresh learnings and insights which we can use to create new opportunities. But what about the things that don’t change? If we’re to take one thing from 2020, it’s that no one can prepare for what could be around the corner.

Instead of making predictions, what are the underlying constants we can anchor our work and thinking to?

In our first Code Talks of the year, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at some of 2021’s top trends. From changes in culture, digital moving faster than ever to dramatic shifts in consumer behaviour. 

We’ll explore what we’re seeing right now with some of our partners, and share innovative methods for growth in 2021. 

WHEN

Wednesday 10th February, 2pm

WHERE

Online

Three key takeaways
  • Hear the latest trends from experts in product, digital, design & UX
  • See some of the approaches we're taking with our partners this year
  • Learn about new methods and practices that you can start implementing in your business this year
Meet the speakers

Louis Georgiou, Founder & Managing Director

Louis founded Code in 1999, and has positioned himself as a digital leader in the north specialising in cross-platform strategy and UX.

 

 

Rob Jones, Client Services Director

Rob has worked in the industry for 20 years, leading on product strategy for many of our partners.

 

Colin Preston, Head of Design

Colin has 20 years in design & specialises in Human-Centred methods to uncover problems and generate solutions that work.

 

Jess Sherratt, Head of UX

Jess leads UX at Code, and works with research methods to uncover user and business problems to improve products and services.

Register

 

 

An email with joining details will be shared prior to the event.

This talk will also be recorded, to receive a copy of the recording please register.