Friday 5th April, 2013
2:10pm to 2:30pm
Using User Research to Convince Stakeholders
Everyone who has worked with large corporate clients knows how hard it can be to align a group of stakeholders and get them all to agree. They’re often hardly engaged in the project itself, and they are hard to convince when it comes to design decisions. In the past, we’ve worked with a number of these types of clients, and we have found a few ways to get the stakeholders more engaged. Next to that, we have learned to speak their language (sort of), which helps tremendously when you need to convince them that your solution is actually better.
In this presentation Jacco and Martijn will tell you how they have used different forms of user research to address these issues and use examples from recent project to illustrate their way of working.
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