Fluxible 2020 will be the ninth edition of what we now know as Canada’s UX Festival. And as previously announced, we’ve been reaching into our past to welcome back speakers to our annual community gathering. Community and culture are a pair of words that are meaningful for us here at Fluxible. And they’re also meaningful and important for one of our speakers in particular, as we learned only three months ago.
Margaret Lee is Director of UX Community + Culture at Google, a program she founded in 2016 to serve and empower the company’s global User Experience organization. Prior to that, she led User Experience for Google Maps from its early days as a groundbreaking desktop experience, to an indispensable tool for navigation and local exploration. Under her leadership, the Maps UX team evolved from a few designers to a global organization of multi-disciplinarian practitioners, whose collective work garnered recognition from Fast Company Innovation by Design and Good Design Award in Japan.
Prior to Google, Margaret led organizations at CNET, Excite, Yahoo, and TiVo. Twenty years in the tech industry has affirmed what she is most passionate about: creating conditions where teams can flourish and individuals can uncover their unique potential and leadership style. Margaret speaks and writes about her personal journey as a leader, and on our collective responsibility to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Margaret previously presented at Fluxible Conference 2019.