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Evolve-UX: Fast structured feedback
You create value when you attend. You get to hear and learn, too. Presenters: have us explore/discover your app/concept. The best presenters do this without guiding the explorer. After presenting, you get data points from 3 views. All attendees speak during 3 sequential stages: (###) + (♥💖♥) + (Δ▲▲). The sum of the 3 makes a batch of feedback views. We all learn from this, whether expert or novice. For the presenter it's balanced and actionable. Details/sequence: 1. quick ## holistic query, impression, comparison, phrase, tag, keyword, classifier, tweet—we create a context for our next two types of feedback: 2. heart ♥♥ like, strong point, learned thing, what's good, eye-opener 3. diffs Δ▲Δ what to consider doing differently, what to consider changing, how to improve it, and why. Voilà, structured group feedback. Rounds #1 #2 are fast; round #3 is deeper critical thought. You create value when you attend: you share your impressions, and your feedback gets structured so all of you get to add value in layers. Start and End Times 5:45 meet and get settled in 5:55 we start: a 1st presenter begins + gets crowdsourced feedback. In 90 minutes timeframe can fit 5 varied presentations. Or more. 7:31 we take off to some other place. -fin- At event start, we have some presenters lined up, not all; so if you offer to show your work: 1. tell us early not waiting until the half-time break; 2. keep your device open, so an organizer can see your stuff for a minute and then introduce you. It's a normal way to find presenters per Beginner? Yes! Add your voice. Give your feedback along with others. The experts ALSO gain a lot during this time. You gain, by participating and evaluating. You learn by hearing what others think. Don't feel comfortable in UX (User Experience)? OK! You'll be one more test user like all the others present in the room. About the host usually on Mondays after 5:30pm is dropin-cowork night. On other Mondays you may come back. Q&A: 1. What's a typical presentation: it has visuals: e.g. clickable wireframes, or something like an alpha app. 2. What are " # 💖Δ " ? Answer: three types of thought, or views. 3. What are UX (User Experience) UXD (User Experience Design) UXS (User Experience Strategy CX (Customer Experience) IxD (Interaction Design) SD (Service Design) Answer: websearch these and ask more, later. —30—

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    Produce fast feedback that's balanced and actionable: what to consider changing, how, and why. Produce fast validation (or invalidation). Say it in three stages: ###/+♥ /Δ▲Δ

    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.

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