For nearly 15 years, Sarah Weise has been CONSULTING FOR some of the biggest, baddest companies out there.
Sarah Weise has been at the forefront of historical website launches, has boosted e-commerce sales no one thought possible, and has been put to the test at a time when tragedy struck and America needed to know.
With a little humor and a sincere believe in reaching higher, Sarah is just who you need to inspire and coach you to produce the best possible experience for your customers, in quick-turnaround increments so you can see immediate progress.
Over the past decade, Sarah Weise has improved experiences for hundreds of websites and brands -- commercial, government, non-profit and startup. She specializes in creative, timesaving ways to get to know customers.
Sarah lectures at Georgetown University on digital marketing and experience strategy, speaks at conferences worldwide including MozCon, Digital Summit, Internet Summit, Content Marketing Conference, and UXPA International. She has also been published in Journal of Digital Banking and Journal of Digital & Social Media Marketing.
Experience is everything for your brand. Let Sarah do what she does best: inspire and support you in reaching your digital and engagement goals.
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Sarah Weise speaks internationally on topics related to experience strategy and digital marketing. Audiences range anywhere from 5 to 3,000, and her presentations are customized to each audience. She has presented talks and training ranging from 30 minutes to 5 days (for a UX bootcamp).
With a blend of humor, straight talk, and actionable steps, Sarah delivers that perfect blend of inspiration and tangible performance-improving insight to support you in reaching your UX goals.
A FEW SPEAKING TOPICS
How to Manufacture Delight
Mind Games: Neuro-marketing
UX: Lean & Mean
#Awkward: Getting to Know Your Users
UX and Agile: Play Nice!
Digital Change that Sticks
Power of Empathy
Memory & The Brain
Style Me Pretty: Knockout First Impressions
Express UX: 40-Hour, Fixed Price Menu
Quick & Dirty Usability Testing
Cringeworthy Content & How to Fix It
UX for Government
E-commerce UX: The (New) Rules of Engagement