Full-day workshop • June 28th This workshop will provide you with a practical, hands-on way to understand how the human brain works and apply that knowledge to User Experience and product design. Learn the psychological principles behind how our brain makes sense of the world and apply that to product and user interface design.
What you’ll learn Through a series of fun, practical exercises you’ll learn:
Psychology and interaction design.
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Psychology for UX and Product Design
Full-day workshop • June 28th Being able to sketch is like speaking an additional language that enables you to structure and express your thoughts and ideas more clearly, quickly and in a engaging way. For anyone working in UX, design, marketing and product development in general, sketching is a valuable technique to feel comfortable with.
Thinking through complex problems on your own, spontaneously pitching an idea at the whiteboard, bringing a user scenario to life in a storyboard or creating sketchnotes during a research interview: the ability to sketch is as versatile and useful as the ability to write.
Sketching With Confidence, Clarity And Imagination
Full-day workshop • April 16th
Entrepreneurial success relies on approaching problems with a creative mind and critical eye. This workshop is designed to teach participants multiple tactics for creative and critical thinking in a fastpaced, adaptive, and agile environment, with a focus on communication.
Communication styles vary between people of different areas of expertise, personality types, educational backgrounds, and job functions present unique business challenges, especially in startup environments. Creative and critical conversations are often driving by passion.
Critical Design Thinking