We're doing this workshop at TechJobsLA event on April 5th. Please see Event *notes at bottom of page for ticket RSVP info at Eventbrite.
One of the first steps to finding a creative solution is to know the problem. David and Tom Kelly, of IDEO and Stanford D School, in their book Creative Confidence recommend keeping a running list of things that annoy. Rather then being an exercise in negativity it can lead to opportunities. In this workshop you will examine existing apps using the Osborn method to frame or reframe a problem statement and solve for it.
The workshop will use "Geofencing" as our example. The 1.5 hour workshop include hands on sketching, prototyping, and group collaboration. All levels of UX designers are invited and will find this workshop helpful and productive.
We'll also discuss elements of Lean, Agile, and other popular product design processes.
Our workshop instructor/facilitators (Shri Jambhekar and
Mary Grace Whalen) are both Senior UX designers with decades of product design experience at major companies such as Samsung, Yahoo, Magellan, Digitas, eBay, and Macmillian.
*Note: this is a low cost workshop during the TechJobsLA event. Workshop starts at 10:30 am.
We have 20 tickets available specifically for this workshop (+ job fair access) at $10 each available. Buy on Eventbrite. Ten extra seats will be available for on-site first come first serve signups that day as part of the general admission job fair tickets.