Make a fair assessment, reaction, evaluation, validation. Structure it into *actionable feedback* that facilitates and motivates. In our structure we say it in three stages coded as #♥Δ : what it "is", what to keep, what to change, how, and why.
Come geek out with user experience designers, information architects, usability experts, interaction designers, and similar types. Talk n3rdy. You are expected to learn from and help everyone else you meet. UX Montreal is a community of practice. Share cool stuff. Team up with others on micro projects. Put your UX talents into the core of development teams.
Venez mettre votre expérience utilisateur au centre de toute idée de développement. Échangez entre des designers UX, architectes de l'information, designers interactifs, experts en utilisabilité, et pleins d'autres collègues du domaine.
To get feedback on your project, have attendees comment to create value for you. * Whenever you want to present and get feedback useful to improve your project, find one more presenter, schedule yourselves to present at the same time, and we'll get a feedback-making crowd to see you present and to give you feedback. The experience is with you presenting "live" not us viewing a recorded video.
As attendees, we see you present in 3 to 5 minutes.
We react in 3 rounds:
__ # tag
__ ♡ what's good
__ ▲what to improve
The sum of # ♡▲ is content we all learn from. It is win-win-win value.
Constraints when we create the content in 3 rounds: we say only
# holistic words (classifier, impression, comparison)
♡ what parts are strong, clear, liked, or "I learned ___ here"
▲what parts to change, improve, do differently.
A crowdsourced sum emerges when many add a few words or remarks. Anyone can speak to give their thought to it. Extreme details about " # ♡▲ " are at : https://www.meetup.com/UX-Feedback/events/264149961/
We'll hold this event Oct 26th -- or earlier if presenters respond, by email, or by posting, or by DM.