The UX of Data Workshop
Data is often not accessible unless you can write code. Designers and Product Managers rely on data every day to make decisions, develop ideas or measure success. When tools and systems are not created with them in mind, they lose trust and understanding. They lose their bearings and end up relying on other methods to make decisions.
It doesn't have to be this way. We can create empathetic, intuitive systems for sharing information. With a bit of human-centric thinking, teams can build shared understanding of why, what and how to measure their work. When everyone on the team is empowered to understand
data, they can make more informed decisions and to be able to measure their own success.
This interactive workshop will cover:
-What’s going wrong today with product data
-Why data literacy matters and what it can help product teams achieve
-Building shared understanding of why, how and what to measure
-Increasing the trust of data
-Creating, sharing and questioning reports
-Using data to improve product design
Facilitator: Lex Roman
Lex Roman is a Product and Growth Designer. She believes that design is only as valuable as it's measured. As a result, Lex has become facile with data - leading product analytics at startups and defining measurement strategies for over 30 companies.
Lex is currently a Product Designer at InVision. Previously, she led design, product growth and analytics at Burner. Past clients include Toyota, Nissan, Macy's, Prosper, Joyable and Deloitte. Learn more about Lex's work at lexroman.com or find her on Twitter @calexity.
A special thank you to our sponsors, PatientPop, Werklabs, and URWelcome Technologies!
PatientPop - 214 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA[masked]nd Floor
The entrance is located on 2nd Street. Look for the green PatientPop entrance on 2nd Street. There will be volunteers there to greet you & allow you into the building.
There is a public Santa Monica parking structure 2 doors down on 2nd Street. The first 90 minutes are free. There is also metered parking on the surrounding streets.