The UX Psychology Community exists to teach people passionate about UX, human behaviour, design and technology practical skills they can apply to their work and life.
We run practical workshops that empower people to build great products through best-practice, academic research, big-data and ethical practices. We meetup once a month at different locations around Melbourne.
Experimentation is a crucial part of innovation and building product, and some would argue that there’s no innovation without it. Experimentation is all about learning; it’s about answering our questions and testing our assumptions quickly and cheaply. Experimentation drives us to make more informed decisions about our ideas and projects and helps us to navigate in the avoidable uncertainty that is part of any innovation process.
Join us for light refreshments (thanks PageUp) and take the opportunity to let your hair down mingle with other like-minded people in digital space before sitting down to a practical session led by Lital Sherman Head of User-Experience Design at PageUp Melbourne
What you'll walk away with?
- Learn the value of experimentation: Learn, Fail and Reduce Waste
- Learn how to plan the right experiment that suits your needs
- Use the Experiment Canvas to gather your insights
How the night will run
6:00pm - 6:30pm: Networking and light refreshments (Thanks PageUp)
6:30pm - 8.00: Practical workshop
8:00pm - 8:30pm: Wrap up and close
The UX and Psychology Community want to say thank you for all your amazing support! We look forward to seeing you there!
About Lital Sherman
Lital is the Head of User-Experience Design at PageUp Melbourne. She is on a journey of creating a true user-centric culture across the company, by running company-wide innovation events and establishing design research activities. Lital started her career in Tel-Aviv, Israel as an art director for a retail company, then moved into UX roles for various start-up companies where she was a key influencer of multiple innovative products. Lital is also a Lead UX at UXLions, where she builds events that support the design community in Melbourne, and mentors young designers at the beginning of their UX journey.