Designing User Research - Half Day Workshop In Ann Arbor


Designing User Research - Half Day Workshop In Ann Arbor

from 100.00

January 22, 2019 from 9am - 12pm in Ann Arbor

$400 Professional
$100 Student (with ID)

Studying what people do in their natural settings is a great way to discover opportunities for innovation. Research methods provide ways of studying human behavior that reveal how and why people engage with the world in ways that are meaningful to them. Findings and insights from research provide opportunities for designing products, services and experiences that resonate with people.

Taught by inveterate business anthropologist Dr. Amy Goldmacher Ph.D.

Note: snacks by the world-famous, Ann Arbor based Zingerman’s Deli

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Who this workshop is meant for

This workshop is appropriate for UX and design professionals who want to improve their research capabilities. It’s open and valuable to anybody working on a project or in a position where the design of research is something they’d like to influence or even be the “boss” of.

In just three hours, participants will develop an appreciation and understanding of the user research toolbox, the applications of research methods and their rationales for use, and will discusses practical considerations for doing research in UX and digital design / architecture contexts.

What else is there to do in Grand Rapids?

On the evening of July 17th, immediately following the Aligning Stakeholders workshop, TUG is hosting a free architecture walk that workshop attendees are especially welcome to take part in.

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