The fifth iteration of the Hamburg barcamp for user experience will be back August 13 this year. It is a yearly event where people interested in this broad topic are gathering – designers, strategists, product people, project managers, developers, tinkerers and everyone else.
So what is a Barcamp I hear you ask. Well: „Barcamp is an ad-hoc unconference born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos and interaction from attendees. Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.“ – Wikipedia
And the best about it: It’s a free event thanks to our fabulous sponsors.
We are very lucky to be supported by these fine sponsors that make it possible for you to come together and share knowledge and network. Be certain to check out the sponsors and spread the word:
We’ll take a bird’s eye view on what UX is all about and then nosedive deep into some methods and tools. We will see how you can enhance the UX of your product the next time you work on it, with an time investment of just several minutes.
Viele von uns gestalten nicht nur Produkte oder Services sondern auch Workshops, um im Vorfeld Anforderungen, Rahmenbedingungen, Bedürfnisse sowie Ideen zu sammeln. Je nach Ziel sind die Teilnehmer Teamkollegen, Fachkollegen, Stakeholder oder Nutzer. Aber welche Methoden gibt es, damit du mit dem Workshop dein Ziel erreichst, alle angemessen „abholst“ und dazu animierst ihr Bestes zu geben? Ich teile meine Erfahrungen und lade alle Teilnehmer ein mitzumachen!
…directions and tendencies of the car interfaces development in terms of fast and furious growth of the autonomous trend and autopilot features and on the top – shift of the focus to the interaction of driver with services while commuting
How to create Design-Templates for Apps and responsive Websites out of Drum-Beats.
We all do our very best. And often we fail to have real impact due to organizational structures – and sometimes because we limit ourself to small aspects of the big picture.