Co-design: group therapy to bridge the client-user gap

Jan 12, 2016 · City of Bristol, United Kingdom

Talk from Stavros Garzonis. Talk starts at 7:10pm. We're meeting at cxpartners on Anchor Road.

Synopsis
It’s no surprise that observing users interacting with digital products can be eye-opening for designers, product owners and C-level chaps. However, empathising behind a one-way mirror is limited comparing to an environment set up for collaboration and creativity. Getting users and client stakeholders in the same room entails risks but can be a very valuable tool to have in your UX toolbox.
In this talk, Stavros will discuss his experiences and offer practical tips about planning and facilitating co-design workshops, where clients and users get together to co-create.


About Stavros
Stavros is a scientist trapped in user experience consultant’s body. He has been studying, teaching and practicing User Experience since 2002, building a diverse skill-set of UX research, design, management and mentoring. As a Senior UX Consultant at cxpartners, he works with international brands delivering user research and design, but particularly hooked on the sweet-spot in-between.
Stavros also strongly believes in the value of community in UX (and in life). He was the President of UXPA UK and co-chair of UXPA 2014 International conference, and still actively involved as a UX Google Expert.

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  • SWUX - South West UX

    A free meet-up for those interested in the world of designing the user experience, product and service design on the third Tuesday of every month in Bristol. We're a group for open discussion, we usually meet for a chat, networking, general conversation, and slide presentations/talks/workshops with time for questions etc. Why not come along, and discuss or give a slide presentation on your own...

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