learn how programmers, developers, managers, executives and everyone else in your organization can empathize with the needs, wants, and desires of customers to create great experiences that people not only want to use, but love to use.
Who should attend?
Coders, developers, and engineers who want to understand how they impact the user's experience and how to work more effectively with designers.
Product managers, project managers, and executives who want to understand that thinking about user experience has to be everybody's job if they want to increase the value of their products.
Designers and other UX professionals who want learn ways to give to their product teams a starting point for conversation about experience design.
What will they learn?
Why everyone on the team—not just designers—must think about who is using the product they are creating
Questions to ask at every stage of development to ensure the usability of a product
How to think about trust when evaluating designs
Who is the Speaker?
Jason Cranford Teague is a world renowned expert on user experience design and development. He has written numerous books on digital media and design; spoken at dozens of confrences around the world; and trained teams at Cisco, Navy Federal Credit Union, Symantec, and other Fortune 100 compmanies.
Over the last twenty years, Jason has learned a lot about designer and developer frustrations with each other. He wants to bring those insights and experiences to help developers add more value to product creation by creating user friendly experiences.