UX Research workshop and bonus talk about 2019 design trends

Check out the schedule
January 26, 2019
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Cleveland Park Library
3310 Connecticut Ave NW
1:00 – 1:30 PM
1:30 – 2:00 PM
2019 Visual Design Trends
Over 10 years of experience delivering websites, games, apps, and various other creative.
2:00 – 5:00 PM
UX Research Workshop: Task Flow Mapping
Matthew Conti has worked in many areas of government such as Transportation, Education, Commerce, International Development, and others. He has 6+ honors/awards in academia, an acknowledged
pioneer, and a seasoned artist.

About the Workshop

Those who attend will get how to apply: Choice Architecture and Procedural Utility, or the steps-taken-to-achieve-a-goal and the ability to measure the ways to improve, change, or facilitate users process within a technical application. It will allow things like click-counting and decision-staging to improve the return-of-investment to the user.

Tools to be Reviewed will be: Lucid Charts, Draw.io, and Google Sheets

Workshop Scenario: Users want a memorable and quality experience, but also do not want to feel forced to make a decision, all they want to do is order their new refrigerator and have it shipped to them for the holiday one-day free shipping, while using the "Save 30%" holiday coupon.
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