UX Crunch Berlin: Cognitive Psychology and Behavioural Design

Europe’s largest UX networking event has landed in Berlin. Learn, connect and grow with the UX community on the subject of Psychology & Design.
Tuesday 22nd October 2019, 18:00 – 21:00. WeWork Atrium Tower, Eichhornstraße 3, 10785 Berlin, Germany.

Behavioural design is a sub-discipline of design, which is concerned with how design can shape, or be used to influence human behaviour.

All approaches of design for behaviour change acknowledge that artefacts have an important influence on human behaviour and/or behavioural decisions. They strongly draw on theories of behavioural change, including the division into personal, behavioural, and environmental characteristics as drivers for behaviour change.

Join us for our launch event as we explore the psychological underpinnings of behaviour and design with key insight, case studies, networking and food!



Please make sure you purchased a ticket to secure your place! Price includes entry to the event, plus drinks (Beers, Wines, Soft Drinks) and Pizza!

Important please note – tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE as we have limited seating and have to purchase the correct amount of drink.


The UX Crunch

The UX Crunch‘ has quickly grown to become Europe’s leading UX event. We are revolutionising the way digital specialists network and improve their knowledge of the field. We host a range of monthly events in collaboration with leading companies in the UK, showcasing case studies and knowledge. Each event is totally different, and collaboration is the key to our success. We are always looking for new partners, so please get in touch for more information on how to get involved.
To find out more about what The UX Crunch is, have a look at the London event here. Or you can join our UX Crunch Berlin meetup group


The Event

6.00pm – 6.30pm: Drinks and Networking

6.30pm – 7.30pm: Talk 1 & Talk 2

7.30pm – 8.00pm: Drinks and Networking

8.00pm – 8.45pm: Talk 3 and Q&A Panel

8.45pm: Leave venue & head to a local bar for continued networking


Talks & Discussion Points

Martina Mitz – UX Psychologist – UX Consultant

Martina is a clinical psychologist and UX Designer. Having completed her studies in 2007 she started working in the field of clinical Psychology. It was at this point that Martina’s academic background and her passion joined and she started a career as an UX Designer, being called “Conceptioner” at first.

Since then, Martina has not only contributed to the digital and service ecosystems of many recognisable companies (e.g. eBay, PayPal, Emirates Airlines, Volkswagen, Telekom, and many more), but she also helped selected Start-ups in Europe by forming and driving their Research, as well as contributing to their product or service strategy and definition.

Nikki Anderson – Senior User Researcher – fromAtoB

Following the completion of her Msters Degree in Psychology, Nikki was originally heading for a Ph.D. but soon decided to train as a User Experience Designer. Her journey includes roles at ALICE, Olapic, HelloFresh and Wiley Online Publishing and fromAtoB.

During this time, she led and conducted multiple generative research sessions, usability tests, and synthesis workshops, leaving companies with concretely actionable information to use to move forward.

After a few years of freelancing, she moved to Berlin a as a Senior User Researcher at fromAtoB as their first, and only, researcher. Nikki is also the founder of User Research Academy, which is a space to help new or junior level researchers break into the field.

Moritz Bittner – Senior UX Designer & Researcher – Zattoo

Moritz is a Senior UX Designer at Zattoo, Europes leading TV-Streaming platform. After his studies of Communications and Psychology in Vienna, he worked in various roles and environments in the Berlin Start-Up scene. While working at Lieferando (Takeaway) he established a close connection to the Human Factors Department of the Technical University of Berlin and became a student mentor for the Department of Psychology of the University of Osnabrück. Recently he published multiples articles, many of them around the topic of UX and psychology.


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