Join us on January 14 as Tim Leisio and James Schmittler from Thomson Reuters present on simplifying UX strategy.
Have you ever worked a project where the size of scope and size of support are imbalanced? Many projects end up this way and many don’t know how to overcome the obstacles created by this situation.
We’ll take a look at what happens when scope gets out of control, the benefits of keeping a manageable scope, and we as designers can employ strategy and simplification to get a project back on track. Finally, we’ll discuss a case study displaying the use of these methods on a continuing project, set to release in December 2015.
6:30 PM to 7 PM: Networking
7 PM to 8 PM: Presentation
8 PM to 8:30 PM: Questions
James is a User Experience Architect with a focus on strategy, planning, and implementation. He has worked in a number of industries over the past ten years doing experience design, believing that design should be done intelligently and there is always room for simplification. James is originally from Indiana.
Tim is a generalist who feeds off multidisciplinary connections. With nearly five years of self-made UX skills and knowledge, he spends his time creating product experiences as well as shifting organizations, their structures, and their processes toward environments better suited to creating great products.
610 Opperman Drive
Eagan, MN 55123
Park near the main entrance and check in at the main desk when you arrive for the event. You will be escorted to the space reserved for the presentation.