This online training workshop takes place over two sessions on June 5 and 6. It’s in the APAC / Evening timeslot described on the workshops overview page.
If you have questions about the time or timezones please ask Scott in advance. The workshop is best experienced live, and not all portions are recorded.
Monday and Tuesday, June 5–6
New York: 6:00pm to 10:00pm
San Francisco: 3:00pm to 7:00pm
Singapore: 7:00am to 11:00am
Sydney: 10:00am to 2:00pm
👯 Being User-Centered
Journeys, Stories, Maps, and More!
Don’t spend months on a big plan to fix everything at once. Start being more user-centered right now.
You’ll learn how to take apart popular tools for describing users and understanding their journeys into common patterns and components. See the method behind the UX magic and leave equipped to choose, adapt, remix, and/or invent just the right tool for focusing your experiences on the people who really matter—your users!
View slides and testimonials from past versions of this workshop
You’ll need a fast and reliable internet connection, a webcam, headphones or earbuds, and the ability to use Miro and Google Meet to participate in this training workshop. Miro has an app that we recommend installing for your convenience, but you can run it in a web browser as well. You do not need your own Miro account. We encourage you to go ‘cameras on’ for introductions, small group discussions, and any Q&A, but you’re welcome to go ‘camera off’ during lecture portions or as needed for personal reasons.
Group pricing is available for any group of two or more people that make a plan to register together. You do not have to work for the same organization; friends, mentor/mentee, client/agency, what have you. Contact Scott with a list of your group members to request the discount code, which reduces the cost of each registration by $150.
Refunds and Transfers
Refunds are not available for this training workshop. If you find you’re unable to attend, you can ask to transfer your registration to a colleague or donate it to someone who’s requested financial assistance; contact Scott for assistance.
Code of conduct
Participation in the workshop is governed by this code of conduct.