Almost everyone involved in UX research has found themselves with more questions than they realistically have time to answer. This talk will walk through strategies for identifying and prioritizing the most important questions for your team, stakeholders or clients. Though the process often falls to ux researchers, it's useful for anyone who wants to figure out the most valuable information they can gather to help their projects move forward.
Big shoutout and thanks to WillowTree for sponsoring us for the venue and snacks and drinks! We are very excited to be hosted in their downtown location, right across from the Vancouver Public Library.
5:50 pm PDT: Door opens
6:05 pm PDT: Opening remarks (10 min)
6:15 pm PDT: Talk with slides (45 min)
7:00 pm PDT: Break-out group discussions (15 min)
7:15 pm PDT: Q&A (15min)
7:30 pm PDT: Free form networking
We will need to be out by 9pm at the absolute latest, but feel free to continue the conversation elsewhere.
About the speaker
Shenoah Plewes is a UX and Product researcher who has a fascination with how information supports decision making. She's done research with a variety of users and products, including with small business owners, warehouse workers, and individuals navigating bankruptcy. Following a year's experience as a content designer at Shopify, she's returned to research with a renewed perspective on collaboration.
This event will be photographed and video-recorded. The $5 ticket fee will go towards the VanUXR meet-up fund to cover the cost of being hosted on the website, and other future expenses.