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Ahoy, UX sailors! A day full of UX design workshops in Bristol’s harbour

Most people want software that improves their daily lives in intuitive and efficient manner. That is the reason why properly designed user experience (UX) is an important topic in the digital world nowadays. A good UX is, in my opinion, a presumption of having happy users which results into successful products. A brilliant opportunity to get deeper into designing user experience was UX Bristol conference on 14th July 2017, which I attended since I am curious about UX design and I live in this great city.

Apart from the curiosity that it never rains in Bristol when is taking place, the conference brings together design-minded professionals enabling them to practice UX design techniques. The day was dedicated to 12 workshops and every workshop involved cooperation of usually 5 to 7 people on a given exercises. The attendees could choose up to 4 workshops. Most of them were pretty exciting, so it made my choice quite difficult.

I believe that every product can tremendously benefit from cooperation with experts or organisations specialised on user experience. How? By establishing UX design processes and following proven design methods supported by UX best practices. Some of them were introduced during the workshops so let’s have a look at my insights which I think could add value to your products...

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The content:

  1. Measure and evaluate digital impact
  2. Consistent, connected, cross channel CX
  3. Let’s talk about strategy
  4. Managing co-design UX workshops

The article was originally published in A Designer’s Thoughts by Brett Mazoch.

The article was written by Břetislav “Brett” Mazoch while working as a designer in England. He moved there from the Czech Republic to follow his traveller’s dreams and work passion — UI/UX Design and Front-end Development.

 
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