EdLab Seminar: “What do I do with my notes?” — Making UX Research Drive Agile Collaboration with Dr. Jessica Zhang from IBM

UX research is an integral part of any development process. In this presentation, you'll learn how to synthesize and translate research notes into deliverables the whole team can get behind.

12 April 2017
Wednesday
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

EdLab

525 W 120th Street
New York, NY 10027

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Event Details

Topic: Making UX Research Drive Agile Collaboration

Leader: Jessica Zhang

Description: More and more product teams are turning UX activities such as user interviews into team events for better team alignment around the user. For instance, after conducting user interviews as a team, how do you turn thousands of words (and snippets of your memory) into an accurate picture of what the user needs without needing years of formal training? Moreover, how do you strike a balance between doing UX research collaboratively and getting it done quickly?

UX Research has a reputation for secluding itself from the team and slowing things down, but it doesn’t have to. In fact, when done right, research can drive agile co-creation on your team. Of course, working in this way requires a high degree of open communication and collaboration. In this presentation, you will hear my team’s story of using UX research to make agile collaboration effective and productive.

Location: Fifth Floor

Tech: No computers please

RSVP by Friday, April 7th

Light lunch will be provided.

Producers: Joann Agnitti