Over the past few months we have seen a big increase in questions as to how to run an effective hybrid event. Using MS Teams, Zoom or google hangouts, we share some of the things we have been doing to help improve engagement and really bring a hybrid event to life. We hope you find these tips useful and look forward to being a part of your next Hybrid event soon.
blueegg is an Experience Design “UX” Agency based in Sydney. We utilise our unique scientific methodology to deliver evidence-based insights to improve the experience of users. It all starts with knowing your users, understanding their needs and distilling this into better designs and more engaging experiences.
blueegg strives to uncover a strong understanding of what your users are doing by applying qualitative and quantitative research methods. These methods seek to probe and gain insights into current experiences, attitudes and behaviours.
Services we offer include:
– Data and Behavioural Analysis– Qualitative and Quantitative Research– Remote and In-Person Workshop Facilitation– Sketching, Wireframing and Ideation– Prototyping and Usability Testing– High Fidelity Visual Design– Actionable Reports Including Now, Next and Later Improvements– Front end and Back End Development Capabilities
Given the current environment, it is also important to outline how blueegg operates remotely to effectively deliver on projects. All research tools we use are cloud based, collaborative and encrypted to ensure both integrity and privacy of client information. We always ensure we are able to engage internal stakeholders collaboratively as well as be able to facilitate services in a way that is as engaging remotely as in-person.
Our clients include: WaterNSW, Macquarie University, Volkswagen Australia, UpGrowth, CMC Markets, The University of Sydney, Decideware, The Australian Labor Party, Commonwealth Bank (CBA), Agency M, Mullen Lowe Profero, Deloitte Digital, Sydney Water, General Assemb.ly, NewsCorp, The Australian Institute of Company Directors, ANSTO, ANZ, RPS Group, UTS, Sydney Trains.