Chandler is a Senior Experience Designer at Wellington design agency PivotPoint – working with leading Australasian brands to create innovative product and service experiences across industries including automated media, project management, e-commerce, and government.
Previously, he has worked as a product designer and product owner for an enterprise communications platform, a digital designer working on graphic, motion, marketing and interface design, and a delivery lead for web & mobile software projects. He has designed for clients including Westpac, Sky Stadium, New Zealand Parliament, the Domain Name Commission, Panasonic, and Spark.
As a UX generalist, Chandler has hands-on experience in a variety of design disciplines including interface design, discovery research, information architecture, product strategy, and design systems. He is passionate about always placing the end-user at the heart of the design process and applying the full design spectrum to craft digital solutions that users need, whilst helping organisations thrive in the digital world.
Join us for a panel discussion that will dive into a holistic discussion about how we can better balance career advancement, mental health and internal/external pressure.
The current landscape of the tech industry is filled with the expectation of learning at speed. Even at the very start of our careers, we all have to walk the line between hard and soft skills. When considering the speed in which the field is evolving and how quickly new tools, technologies and methodologies are adapted, it can be difficult to keep up. This constant grind can cause anxiety.
As an employee, you may not have direct control over your organisation’s culture and ways of working, but there are things within your control that you can do to stay on top of wellbeing in your career. In this discussion, our panelist with share experiences, practical tips, and insights to help you improve professional wellbeing. Including: