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Research may be considered the purview of a few isolated specialists in an organisation, if it’s considered at all. When you have to move quickly and collaboratively, how do you make sure that you and your team have the information you need to design and build a new product or service that delights your target users and meet your business goals?
Research can be much faster and more flexible than you might imagine. In this workshop, Erika will cover the most immediately useful research principles and practices for anyone busy doing other things. You’ll learn how to fit research into virtually any timeline, type of organisation, or process.
This is an interactive workshop for anyone working with a product or design team, whether or not you’ve ever participated in research.
We will confront these useful ideas:
By the end of our time together, you will have:
Price: 3500 NOK + 25 % VAT
If you want to attend just this workshop, or if you have already bought tickets to Webdagene, sign up by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop will be held in English.
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