Top 20 UX Methods for Sites and Apps Workshop

  • May 31, 2014 · 9:00 AM

Learn how to significantly improve your website or app with 20 proven UX research methods. I use this methods all the time in my UX practice. In this day-long session, I'll teach you different usability methods and techniques. I will explain a method, then you will do it. This is a fast-paced, interactive workshop. You will walk away with 20 proven methods to make your work better and improve the success of any site or app you are designing.

This is PAID event:  You must register on Eventbrite.

The day will include...

• An overview of 20 scrappy, smart UX research methods you can use right away

• Ways to groups the different methods together to get even better results

• Time for you to practice what you have learned on real sites and apps

• Networking time with other attendees (meet a friend, a client, or future employer)

• Loads of time to answer your burning questions about usability testing and the different methods

Who should attend?

Anyone involved in designing a website or app, which includes designers, developers, marketers, writers, editors, project managers,start-ups, and VPs can all benefit from this workshop. Whether you have already done (or intend to do) usability testing, this workshop will be very valuable. 

Some of the topics covered...

- Why you want to do UX research (or justifying it to your boss and your...self)

- The number of usability participants you need

- The difference between formative and summative usability

- Five methods to gather user feedback before showing anything

- Five methods to get user feedback before doing any tasks or scenarios

- Five methods to get information during a usability test

- Five methods to get user feedback after a usability test

- Review of some no-cost, low-cost usability testing tools

- And much, much more

We will be at Sabre corporate headquarters in Southlake. Visitor’s parking will be on surface lot.

Sabre, Inc.
3150 Sabre Drive
Building B1-172
Southlake, Texas 76092

Tentative Schedule:
830AM: Doors open
900AM: General Introduction
1000AM: Five Things to Do Before Showing Anything
1100AM: Five Things to Do When People First See Your Site or App
1200PM: Lunch (on our own)
130PM: Five Ways to Get Info When People Use Your Site or App
300PM: Break 
330PM: Five Things to Do After People Use Your Site or App 
400PM: No-cost/Low-Cost Tools
430PM: Go home

$100 per person
$75 per person (for groups of 3 or more -- bring some friends!)
$60 per student

This is PAID event:  You must register on Eventbrite.

NOTE: All money is going to support the Texas Ballers Youth Basketball Team, as they compete in Addidas Super 64 Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas in late July. Some of the players will be assisting us in this workshop.

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  • Steven H.

    Just realized I missed this. Calendar issues.... hope it was good.

    1 · June 23

  • Leticia M.

    Great workshop! I definitely learned alot. Will we get a copy of the ppt?

    1 · June 11

    • Gladys

      Yes, Just making some few adjustments. Hopefully have them done in the next two weeks.

      1 · June 12

    • Leticia M.

      Thanks Gladys! It was nice meeting you at the workshop

      June 12

  • Gladys

    Hope everyone enjoyed the workshop. I am working on updating and tweaking the method cards. If you came to the workshop please shoot me an email and let me know that you would like a set.

    3 · June 3

  • Nasser E.

    Even though I've worked with Brian on many occasions, I still felt I required help and guidance when I needed usability testing done. With this I was able to fill in many gaps and learned a whole lot that supports what I already know. I feel very confident that I can lead usability testing for any projects that come my way.

    2 · June 1

  • tammy

    Brian, I'm here at sabre & the doors are locked

    1 · May 31

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