We are delighted to announce the return of our Charity Technology Breakfast Briefings for 2020, a series of morning events which tackle the key issues facing charity IT leaders.
The second of these events will focus on user experience and building a clear donor journey and will take place on 31 March in London.
This event is designed to provide space for charities to debate with other charities. As a result there are no corporate services and we will withdraw places booked on by non-charity delegates. We will issue a refund minus an administration fee of 15%.
31 March 2020
9.00AM - 9.25AMMorning coffee and networking
9.25AM - 9.30AMWelcome address - Tristan Blythe, editor, Charity Finance
9.30AM - 10.00AMIdentifying key criteria for successful user-experience (UX)
In this session, Nathan will explore the importance of consolidating a toolkit of techniques for best in class UX. You will learn how to implement a test and learn approach that monitors the customer journey and facilitates ongoing improvement.
Nathan Baranowski, managing director, OJO Solutions
10.00AM - 10.30AMImplementing quantitative criteria to measure the success of the donor journey
In this case study World Vision will share their experience in effectively segmenting the audience and developing richer profiling. Effectively tracking the donor journey can deliver insights into developing a cutting-edge user experience. Hear in-depth details about the most innovative and progressive techniques to improve UX including setting qualitative and quantitative benchmarks.
Martin Campbell, chief information officer, World Vision
10.30AM - 11.00AMNetworking and refreshment break
11.00AM - 11.30AMCase Study: Gamifying our service to engage supporters
In this case study Wiltshire Air Ambulance will share their experience of gamifying their donor and supporter experience to engage a new supporter base on and offline across Wiltshire. The audience will hear about their journey from a broken website to one that focused on revenue generation to building a game to bring the world of WAA to life and how it has changed the way they have conversations at events.
Adam Baker, marketing and communications manager, Wiltshire Air Ambulance
11.30AM - 12.00PMQ&A with speakers
12.00PM - 12.10PMChair’s closing remarks
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