The defining characteristic of UX design is it's focus on the user and on an iterative, user-centered, approach to creating solutions. But what if we applied the user-centered design process to ourselves, our lives, and our careers.
As an expert in the design and UX field, JD Jordan will demonstrate several UX research, design, and measurement techniques that can be used to audit, brainstorm, and critically test how we live and lead purposefully lives.
Three key takeaways
- Your life and career can be the subjects of an active design-thinking approach
- User-research tools can be used as a means of reflection, usability testing, and assigning analytics
- UXers are uniquely positioned to created well-designed lives and careers that are generative