On June 20, 2014 from 8:30am - 4:30pm attend two amazing UX workshops with two industry leaders, Andy Budd and Steve Fisher
What you need to know
If you're wanting to learn more about user experience and how to improve your projects, or you're a seasoned user experience practitioner, these two workshops are for you. Everyone that comes out will walk away with new techniques and tools to create more successful web projects. You'll also have a great day interacting with industry leaders.
Creative Workshop Facilitation
Love them or loath them, meetings are here to stay. So we need to get better at managing meetings and turn them from a productivity sink to a productivity booster. Enter the creative workshop.
By re-positioning yourself as a ‘design facilitator’ rather than a ‘design executer’, you will raise your profile, increase your influence and have a greater affect on product strategy. As such, this is a must-do workshop for any and all user experience practitioners wanting to take their careers to the next level.
Stakeholder workshops are hands-on by nature, so the best way to teach these skills is through active participation. Participants will learn how to plan and moderate stakeholder workshops and how to perform a series of co-design activities or “design games” with stakeholders.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
How to set up and plan the perfect workshop
The real value of design games and other co-design activities
How to run design games like ‘design the box’, ‘prune the tree’ and ‘what
not to do’
Facilitation techniques from the masters
Planning, running and moderating creative workshops
A walk through of various design games and activities
Core presentation techniques
Group consensus making
Responsive Content Modeling
Just as a Sitemap describes the hierarchical structure of a website, Content Models describe all of the content types on the new, target site, the elements of each, and prioritizes the type of content that ought to appear on a specific page type. It helps us define the content creation, design, and user experience concepts for the new site. This is especially important for the responsive web; because layout and user context is constantly changing, we have to make sure that content priorities are represented consistently across browsing platforms.
This workshop will guide participants through the discovery of their core piece of content and how to map all the relationships that orbit around it.
WHAT YOU'LL TAKE AWAY:
Ability to find their core piece of content
How to establish a UX Vision and design principles
Prioritizing all the discrete pieces of content for both small and large
Sketch out and document their RWD content models
Move from modeling to prototyping
Practical package of resources for repeating the process
On June 20, 2014 from 9am - 4:30pm attend two amazing UX workshops with two industry leaders, Andy Budd and Steve Fisher.
If you're wanting to learn more about user experience and how to improve your projects or you're a seasoned user experience practitioner these two workshops are for you. Everyone that comes out will walk away with new techniques and tools to create more successful web projects. You'll also have a great day interacting with industry leaders.