UX and The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
Friday, March 13
3:30PM - 4:30PM
110 E 2nd St
User experience (UX) work, a term we use for developing great products, is more than understanding end users and technology; it’s also about understanding how to create a process and environment where great UX can happen.
To do this, we have to be hyper-aware of observer bias and effect, and to use our understanding of meta-handling (The Witness Effect) to our advantage. Sometimes, all it takes is stepping outside yourself for a few moments.
Join us for a kinesthetic, case-study-based conversation on MetaUX: a naked deconstruction of how UX methods can be put to practice in the practice of UX.
Dir of Design
Laura’s career spans 25 years across photography, radio, printed publication, software development, and user experience design. As co-owner and creative director of Put On the Dog from 1998-2008, L...Show the rest
Laura’s career spans 25 years across photography, radio, printed publication, software development, and user experience design. As co-owner and creative director of Put On the Dog from 1998-2008, Laura developed more than a dozen award-winning designs. Most recently Laura has focused her efforts on near and long term product strategy for complex product ecosystems. Laura’s early career in Chicago was characterized by training corporate executives to use the computer by day and pioneering new forms of digital media for the underground music scene by night. Laura specializes in designing complete user experiences, energizing teams, keeping projects on track, and client pleasing. When not working, Laura plans adventures for her five-year-old, attempts to treasure every moment of every day, and tries to beat the boys at push-up contests.Hide the rest