Friday 11th November, 2011
9:00am to 9:45am
Workshops are a great way to explore ideas for a user-centered design project, but when should you actually plan to have one? At what point would a workshop be useful? And when would it be harmful? Why have user workshops got a bad reputation with some UX practitioners?
In this talk, Jenny will answer these questions and provide examples from her own experience of planning and delivering successful UX workshops. The aim of the talk is to inspire you to run your own workshops and to provide practical tips that will help you get started right away. Jenny will include examples of workshops for internal design teams and stakeholders, as well as for groups of external users, potential users and clients. At EMBL-EBI, we specialise in delivering services to scientists and computational biologists all over the world, so Jenny can also offer special insights for those of you that work with ‘geeky’ audiences and/or in an international environment.
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