Learn how to collect, create, and use stories to make your UX work richer
A full day, practical workshop with Whitney Quesenbery
April 28, 2011 – Atlanta
User experience is full of stories: personas, task analysis, design scenarios and even usability testing tasks. The techniques of storytelling can help you explore user research or develop design ideas that make emotional connections to users. You might be surprised at how many different ways you can use stories in your UX work to make it more persuasive and compelling.
In this day-long workshop, Whitney Quesenbery, author of Storytelling for User Experience will lead you in a deep dive into all the ways you can put storytelling to work for you, and lots of hands-on practice. Come learn how to collect, create, and use stories to make your UX work richer.