Running an event like Fluxible takes tons of time and effort, so we want to make sure you know who’s working behind the scenes to make it happen. Everyone on Team Fluxible contributes across a wide range of activities, far more than what’s mentioned below. But we want to acknowledge the areas in which our fine folks have taken the lead — so you know whom to thank for a job well done.
Susie makes sure our week-long UX festival is packed with great meetups. Wherever and whenever there’s a brown-bag lunch, intriguing site visit, or enlightening workshop, Susie will be on hand to contribute to the adventure, point out the recycling bins, and remind you of the next awesome event awaiting you.
After a day of filling our brains with professional goodness, it’s time to let loose and have some fun. Sandra’s cooking up plans for our Saturday night bash, which kicks off right after our final afternoon session. Rumours suggest that Sandra is prototyping the party at her house every Friday. If only we knew the address…
It wouldn’t be much of a conference without spectacular speakers. Jim’s job is to help our speakers have an absolutely awesome time, so they’re pumped and raring to go when they hit the stage. He’ll make sure they know where to be and when, plus he takes care of our visiting friends by arranging transportation, welcomes, and accommodation. Jim’s the host with the most!
Hans orchestrates our onsite volunteers over the duration of the festival. This intrepid group of fine folks will bend their brains and flex their muscles behind the scenes to make everything happen. Building and coordinating this team takes skill and dedication, so throughout the year, Hans practices with a herd of cats.
Fluxible’s opportunities to learn and grow don’t stop with speakers and workshops. We have books, too! This is entirely thanks to Curtis, who runs the Fluxible bookstore to make sure you can take home deep thoughts from our speakers, alumni, and other great UX authors. Think of him as your friendly Fluxible librarian.
While speakers feed our minds with big ideas, Lisa feeds our bellies with some pretty spectacular goodies. Food’s a big deal at Fluxible, and Lisa approaches the task as if the conference itself is just an afterthought, an excuse to lay out a good spread — even if you don’t eat shrimp on Saturdays, hate broccolli, and prefer your milk straight from the goat.