Jodie is a Product Designer at Sydney-based startup Dovetail, where they're building a powerful, intuitive and collaborative research platform. As someone who is passionate about designing an inclusive future informed by human experiences, helping to bridge the customer understanding gap and empower organizations to build better products for their customers is close to her heart. She currently works on Markup, a Dovetail product purpose-built for qualitative research analysis that helps researchers discover patterns in their raw customer research data and uncover valuable insights to make smarter, more customer-centric products. Previously she worked at Atlassian on Jira Native Apps designing for iOS, Android, and macOS as well as dabbling in emerging technology such as foldable phones and the future of mobile productivity. When not pixel-pushing in Figma or researching researchers, she's known to frequent her local bouldering gym or be hunting down the hottest new brunch spot in town.
From recruitment through to synthesis and insights, a lot of effort goes into the research process—but what happens next? If insights don’t stick with stakeholders, the overall impact of research is dramatically reduced.
Dovetail’s star Product Designer, Jodie Clothier, sits down with Adyen's Vice President of User Experience Katarina Bagherian to chat about how she makes research impactful for her stakeholders. In this session, Katarina will walk through four methods, drawn from education theory, that help make research output stick and drive outcomes. This session isn’t to be missed, and we’ll be finishing with a spicy fireside chat too!