I had the privilege of being a speaker at the ROMANIAN BUSINESS ANALYSIS CONFERENCE #9 (RBAC#9), organized by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), which had +200 participants both on location and via virtual presence, mostly from Romania and Bulgaria.
The presentation I held focused on the “Business Analyst’s role in UX Design” covering how business analysts could incorporate UI/UX Design in their role and why should they do it.
It was a great opportunity to share my thoughts and insights on the role business analysts can play in UI design with the local community of business analysis professionals.
The conference was an exceptional platform to engage with an audience of experts in the business analysis domain and to network with like-minded individuals.
My talk was well received by the audience, and I was encouraged by the questions and feedback I received.
The attendees were particularly interested in the importance of involving business analysts in the UI design process and how it can help bridge the gap between user requirements and technical implementation.
The conference provided the opportunity to network with other business analysis professionals from Romania and beyond. This only added to the quality of the conference which was evident simply by looking at the content of the presentations.
I was impressed by the high level of professionalism, expertise, and passion displayed by the other speakers. Their presentations were thought-provoking, inspiring, and practical. The event provided a platform for us to exchange ideas, experiences, and best practices.
The informal and relaxed atmosphere of the event made it easy to connect with others and build professional relationships.
Being a speaker at the 9th IIBA Romanian Chapter Annual Conference was an incredible experience and I would like to express my gratitude to the IIBA Romanian Chapter for providing me with this opportunity and for organizing such an exceptional event.
I look forward to future opportunities to contribute to the growth and development of the business analysis community.