Eliminating Design Waste

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Chris Jones
Principal, Strategy & Engineering
Thursday, October 20, 2011 / 7:00pm - 8:00pm
PeopleBrowsr (474 Bryant, San Francisco)

How can designers and engineers work together more collaboratively to reduce friction and create better products? Commonly working in silos, designers can feel the end products fall short of their vision while engineers question the expectations of designers. By adopting Lean UX methodologies, both groups can find better ways to work together and come to common understandings based on customer feedback rather than personal options.

In this talk, I will present my point of view on why the adoption of Lean UX principles helps reduce waste in the product development process. As Principal of Strategy & Engineering at Hot Studio in San Francisco, I work with early stage and established companies to develop their product strategies. Prior to Hot Studio I served as the VP of Product at Radar Networks and in the late 90’s founded Small Pond Studios, a leading user experience design studio.

Drinks & food are included with your ticket!

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