In this tutorial for experienced practitioners you will learn how to manage work and make great experiences one sprint at a time. We'll look at common Agile methodologies such as Scrum and Kanban and what opportunities and risks are inherent for UX teams. We will look at team makeup, balancing longer-term research with production needs and strategies for making the most of design spikes. We'll also go through the pros and cons of a Sprint Zero and alternatives. Participants will come away with the tools they need to be successful in their Agile environment
In this course you will learn the core principles involved in creating and using personas effectively within your organization in both waterfall and Agile environments.
Trying to get out of the building but don't know where to go, how to get there, or what to do once you are (and when you get back)? This course is for you.
We'll cover the who, what, when, where, why, and how of field research:
Great user experience design begins with great user experience teams and managers. This course will help user experience managers, leaders and aspiring leaders to create exciting, actionable strategies that will amplify the impact of their teams within their organizations. It will provide insights and approaches that have proven to be best practices across our field, and support their application to advance the strategies, overcome obstacles and drive change.
Imagine you could read your customers' minds and understand what they value, and whether they honestly think your product is a pleasure to use, or not worth the effort.
You can come close by running usability tests. There are, however, many types of tests. So how do you choose which is the right one? And where do you start if you haven't done it before?
This workshop will take you through the core steps you need to complete for any usability test, different ways you can deploy your test, and the tools you'll need.
You are encouraged to create...