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Bootcamp for a UX Team of None

by user experience designer at everywhere! on Mar 15, 2012

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This workshop will introduce you to affordable user experience design methods for getting user input and feedback throughout your design and development process. These methods, like guerrilla ...

This workshop will introduce you to affordable user experience design methods for getting user input and feedback throughout your design and development process. These methods, like guerrilla research, gamestorming, and progressive prototyping, will allow you to do just enough UX design to get you started in the right direction. They will help you get in touch with your users efficiently and use their feedback and insights to influence your design decisions.

But why should you care? Your code is gold. Your business model is solid. You should care because having a good UX is no longer a differentiator; it’s an expectation. What you need is a good UX designer. Of course, they’re rare and expensive right now. Is it possible to fix your UX without one?

Yes.

You won’t go home from this workshop with your own UX designer, but you will be armed with the knowledge that will enable you to enable you to attract next year’s most sought after angel investor.

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