At Experience Design 2020, attendees learned about experience design best practices from industry leaders with sessions targeted to both your specific function and sophistication of organizational experience design implementation.
Check out what we planned this past year including:
Expert speakers include:
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The concept and practice of Experience Design has been around for 20 years, but it continues to evolve and now has a greater focus on experiences that delight users instead of usability alone. Now, it is more important than ever to curate effortless user journeys through experience design. In part 1 of our Experience Design 101 guide, you will find the answers to questions such as:
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Part 2 of our Experience Design 101 guide will go over the key terms and tools in experience design.
In order to think like an experience designer, there are certain mindsets, tools, and key terms that can guide you in the right direction. In Part 2 of our Experience Design 101 guide, we’ve aggregated some key resources to help steer you in the right mindset and thought process of an experience designer including:
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Check out Part 1 of our Experience Design 101 guide where we introduce what experience design is, why it's important and the key strategies and inhibitors in experience design.
In Experience Design 201, we push to explore the next level of experience including additional layers on top of user-technology interaction.
These additional layers include:
A beauty of experience design comes from the
fact that it transcends industry. In today’s
experience economy, the value of optimized
customer experience is larger than ever before
and detrimental if ignored.
It can be incredibly overwhelming if you're presented with such a number of incredible sessions from our top-notch speakers. We've gathered some of our popular sessions from Experience Design 2020!
We asked the speakers of our Experience Design 2020 program their perspective on the current, past and future state of Experience Design.
At Experience Design Week 2020, attendees toured Inworks, an innovation lab at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus. They've experienced the power of rapid, physical prototyping and dived into the interdisciplinary design methodologies that they use to make things that matter.
In this feature, attendees learned:
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