User Experience Clinic

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User Experience Clinic
Presenter(s) Susan Farrell
Country(ies) United States
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2017 theme Communications & Design

Need help with your user interfaces, websites, branding, or other user-facing aspect of your work? Want to do a user study? Need to get feedback on your UI's latest color scheme? Trying to prioritize a bunch of user features? Struggling to get feedback from your users? Just want to walk through your interface with a designer or usability pro?

This UX workshop allows interested designers, developers, and tool teams to get hands-on help with their user interface design and usability processes. Sign up for 15 or 30 minutes of help and an opportunity to connect with UX experts both during and after the conference.

About us: We are a group of UX (user experience) designers and researchers affiliated with Simply Secure. The team has expertise in international and multilingual user testing, design reviews, usability walk-throughs, mobile interaction design, website usability, paper prototyping, and content writing/English language wording. We are open-source development savvy.

Format Workshop
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Length 1 hour
Skill Level Novice
Language English, Spanish (novice)

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