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May 1, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm$30 – $40
NFTs: are they a cheap trick for the rich or can they potentially be a beacon of hope for aspiring artists?
In this topic, we will explore the topic further and learn how to develop a product that will address users’ problems in 3 weeks.
Week 1 – Understand the user
⭐️ Discover the problem by evaluating research data from empathy maps and personas.
⭐️ Develop a value proposition map to connect how our product will match users goals.
Week 2 – Brainstorm solutions
⭐️ Collaborate on user journey maps and plan out how our product will be adopted by the user.
⭐️ Sketch solutions through crazy 8’s activity.
Week 3 – Present your case
⭐️ Present hi-fi version of the product in teams to a guest professional UX Designer Padmashree Shetye (UX Architect, Mentor & Co-founder at IterateUX)
⭐️ Learn to present solutions and refine their skills through feedback.
In each of our sessions our facilitators Clare and Melanie will lead you through the workshop and help you interpret workshop material. Guest UX designers will provide professional feedback and answer questions you may have about UX/UI design.
Guest UX Designer
Padmashree Shetye (UX Architect, Mentor & Co-founder at IterateUX)
Padmashree is a multidisciplinary designer with 11+ years of engaging user experience at the cross-section of technology and consumer products. She firmly believes that empathy and deep understanding are essential skills in the UX world. As a co-founder at IterateUX, she leverages her knowledge and Experience to help Aspiring UXers to excel in their career. She is a Certified Usability Analyst with HFI which enriches her knowledge and actively shows up in every space with these values in mind.
Here’s what others say about our Design Sprints!
“I LOVED how clare went through the user journey map. That was the first time I had done that and I feel like i learned a lot from that process. “
Sarah Ryder (Student UX Designer)
“That was incredible. I learned so much about the process, and things that have only been theory in my classes. Facilitation was open, listening, directed. I learned so much about online facilitation through Miro! Amazing to watch that happen and see the preperation on the board! I feel like everyone had the chance to contribute and be heard. We started to touch on creating some awesome app features. “
Betty Wang (UX Design Intern)