Struggling to build consensus in your product design team? You want to get buy-in for your design process? You want to prioritize features, formulate testable design hypotheses and setup key metrics?
Running UX workshops with stakeholders supported by lean methodologies can always help you do that.
During design and development stakeholders (product design team, management, customers, end users) should find an efficient way to work together, keep everybody engaged, communicate a common vision for the project and develop empathy for the customers and users.
Besides being productive and fun, workshops can produce a sense of shared purpose which is crucial for the successful development of any digital system/product. The main strength of a lean UX workshop is that it covers within a day or two, aspects of work that can take weeks or even months and numerous meetings to be accomplished.
TheUXprodigy offers a hands-on interactive course on how to run an effective UX stakeholders workshop where participants will learn and work in a collaborative environment that provokes thought, discussion and action.
- To frame and define the problem your product team is trying to solve.
- To clarify and understand business & user requirements, needs and goals.
- To identify and prioritize features as possible solutions.
- To set up a list of basic UX metrics.
- To develop and formulate design hypotheses that will lead to an MVP.
- Product and project managers
- UX designers / UX researchers
- Software developers / CTOs
- Product owners / Startup founders / entrepreneurs
- Business Analysts
- Digital marketers
- Reflecting on the problem
- Brainstorming on basic user types, pain points, needs and tasks
- Affinity mapping on MVP and features
- Prioritizing features for the MVP
- Setting up UX metrics
- Evaluation and formulation of design hypotheses
- Risk & impact assessment
Dr. Panagiotis Zaharias
Panagiotis started his career as an academic UX researcher pursuing a Ph.D. in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. He worked in several European research projects and after the completion of the Ph.D. degree, he started teaching in Universities in Greece and Cyprus. In parallel, he started to provide consulting services on UX Research & Design as a freelancer working with several companies and startups. He is a published author (60+ scientific papers and book chapters) and a frequent speaker at several national and international conferences, workshops, and UX-related events. He is also the organizer of the largest UX community in Greece, the so-called Athens UX Community.
- Copies of slides, notes and resources
- Light lunch & drinks
- Certification of attendance