What happened at the UX Camp in Zurich, what I learned, what I discovered and all my takeovers.
Attending a UX event is always something exciting and useful.
This is the second time that I join the UX Camp in Zurich and it fitted with all my expectations.
Here the most interesting sessions I attended:
- Story Mapping, was great to be part of the exercise guided by Christian Heldstab about the process when we start to design a service/product from the user perspective.
– Do we check from the beginning how many tasks the user needs to solve to accomplish the user journey?
– Is it correct to deliver design solutions according the MVP approach?
– Is it correct to define the main UX KPIs and deliver the service/product just following these goals?
– Is there a best practice set to involve product owners and/or stakeholders?
– In which way the UX designer can increase the user experience defining tasks and subtasks?
- Qualitative Tests and Quantitative Tests, interesting speech by the TestingTime CEO about how is important to communicate the real meanings of the user tests.
– How we can explain to the client/stakeholder that the user tests are part of the design flow?
– How we can explain that they are not an optional if we want to deliver solutions according the user centered design methodology;
– What’s the right setup to coordinate the development, design and business KPIs with the tests and their results?
<a class="link_blue" href="http://de viagra in holland.slideshare.net/rlaemmler/design-centred-user” target=”_blank”>Here you can find the slides of this speech
Here you can find the Twitter Stream of the event to check all the topics, enjoy!