Join us for a casual session to explore, discuss and experiment. We will be reflecting on what we think is the most ideal digital service. As designers, we use different methodologies to develop services that are engineered to create the most favorable design outcome for the intended user. Does it happen? Share your journeys. We will be using an open discussion and some exploration format to energize everyone towards healthy exchanges.
Let’s chat about what we see as most workable as opposed to the least effective, over a nice brewing conversation at the WWJ Tea Bar Beer Pub.
If you have a hard time explaining what you do, or find your Linkedin headline or Instagram bio too abstract, this session is for you! With a creative exercise, our guest speaker Claudia Mayer will help you uncover key elements of your work, why it matters and to whom. With the help of a simple pitch template you formulate a new version, and test it on the spot to spice it up.
When we build products, we often have very specific behavioral goals in mind, things we want users not just to think and feel but actually do. And yet our design process so rarely takes what we know about changing behaviors into account. Join behavioral scientist Matt Wallaert as he talks about Competing Pressures Design, a psychology-based method for thinking about product and service design, using science, startups, and plenty of practical examples to help you put theory into practice.