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Panel discussion

A final panel discussion between the different companies presenting at Design Systems Day 2019, about the different challenges working with design systems.

About the speakers

Tim Paul

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Tim Paul is Head of Interaction Design at Government Digital Service.

Sergio Haisch

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Sergio is an experienced Visual Designer with a demonstrated history of working in the government administration industry. Skilled in product design, design and systems thinking. Strong arts and design professional with high experience building design systems and facilitating co-work between multidisciplinary teams.

Eirik Backer

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Eirik Backer is a frontend developer at NRK.

Ragnhild Ask Torvik

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Ragnhild is a Senior UX Designer at DIPS.

Fredrik Matheson

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Fredrik runs IxDA Oslo. He is also Creative Director at Bekk.

He studied design at AHO i Oslo and at Aalto in Helsinki, and studied technology management at NUS in Singapore. He lives in Moss with his wife and four children, and their Jack Russel terrier.

Christian Nordström

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Christian works as a Design Manager at Ruter - the public transport authority in the Oslo and parts of Viken region. He oversees how the brand is used and how it contributes in all channels to make a cohesive overall customer experinence. He has over 14 years of experience in managing design - is a graphic engineer by education, an information designer by heart and has the passion for cohesive and great user experiences. Christian has worked with building Ruter Design Systems since 2018.

Fredrik Scheide

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Fredrik is Head of Design Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration (NAV).

About GOV.UK

gov.uk (styled on the site as GOV.UK) is a United Kingdom public sector information website, created by the Government Digital Service to provide a single point of access to HM Government services. (Wikipedia, 16.3.2022)