Join us on March 6 to hear how PitchBook’s UX team learns more about their users through the creation of Experience Maps!
Experience maps fulfill several purposes in the design process. At PitchBook, these serve to illuminate the complete experience a person may have with a product, service, or routine. It can be used to educate, identify opportunities for innovation, and highlight pivotal moments.
We’ll discuss getting stakeholder buy-in, how maps are created, and getting real-life results from these maps. We hope you’ll join us to learn how you can adapt these strategies to your own team, and enable your entire organization to gain a better understanding of your users.
Stacie Barnier is an award-winning UX designer and product strategist. She loves working with complex systems and data, which comes in handing in her role as Director of UX at PitchBook. Outside of design, Stacie loves building and cultivating strong collaborative teams. When not creating products, art, or playing with power tools, Stacie can be found behind a drum set or tramping around the woods with her three-legged dog Iris.
I am a UX Designer with passions rooted in problem solving and experiencing the outdoors. Prior to transitioning into UX I spent time at Starbucks, Apple and Tableau Software after graduating from WWU with a degree in Geography and Environmental Resource Management. I attended the UX Immersive course through GA In 2016 and landed a role with PitchBook Data shortly after. You can find me in the city during the work week, absorbing all things design and eating all the snacks. Evenings and weekends you might catch me slashing pow, or on my mountain bike at the local trails. Cheers!
Michelle Lee is an Associate UX Designer and a recent graduate of SPU’s Visual Communications program. Since graduating, she has worked in branding, motion, and prop design. She is a firm supporter and participant of continuous learning and collaboration. Outside of work you can find her doodling obscure creatures, and reading about design and horror.
6:00 - 6:30PM … Doors open! Mingle and enjoy some drinks and snacks
6:30 - 7:15PM … Presentation followed by an open Q&A
7:15 - 8:00PM … Grab another drink and continue mingling!
Parking & Directions
PitchBook is located at 901 5th Ave.
You can enter PitchBook from 4th or 5th Ave. Take the elevators to the 7th floor. Once you’re on the 7th floor, there will be signs directing you to the event space. The building doors will lock at 6:30PM, so please plan to arrive on time. If you arrive after 6:30PM, message us on Meetup to let you in.
We recommend using public transit for this event. If you drive, there is street parking and a few parking garages in the area (but no PitchBook specific garage).