Coming out of your shell (aka UX workshops with life scientists)

InfoQ have now put up my talk from UX Cambridge 2011.  The talk was about workshops and how they are a great way to explore ideas for a user-centered design project.

InfoQ page

The talk includes…

  • At what point would a workshop be useful?  And when would it be harmful?
  • Why have user workshops got a bad reputation with some UX practitioners?
  • Examples of the practicalities of planning and delivering successful UX workshops – the aim being to inspire you to run your own workshops right away.
  • I try to share special insights for those of you that work with ‘geeky’ scientific audiences and/or in an international environment.

Enjoy!

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