Wednesday 24th August, 2011
1:30pm to 5:30pm
User experience is full of stories: personas, task analysis, design scenarios and even usability test scenarios.
Do you have a good UX story waiting to be told? Storytelling taps our oldest way of communicating to give you fresh ways to:
The techniques of storytelling can help you explore user research or develop design ideas that make emotional connections to users. In this day-long workshop, Whitney Quesenbery, author of Storytelling for User Experience will lead you in a deep dive into all the ways you can put storytelling to work for you, and lots of hands-on practice. Come learn how to collect, create, and use stories to make your UX work richer.
UX research | storytelling | plain language | usability | Usability in civic life | accessible voting technology
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