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User Research 101: A human-centered design workshop is back by popular demand

User Research 101: a human-centered design workshop


Sunday, June 5, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM | Mozilla (366 Adelaide St. West, Suite 500, Toronto, ON)

Register here!

Building on the success of Civic Tech Toronto’s first user research 101 workshop, we are thrilled to invite you to join us at the next User Research 101 Workshop, presented by Urban+Digital.

This is a hands-on workshop for anyone with limited or no design-based user research experience to gain a basic understanding of what it is, why it is important and how to apply it to civic tech and other projects.

You’ll walk away from this workshop knowing how to:

  • Gather and translate user insights to create projects communities will actually use
  • Apply a key user research methodology
  • Improve your design skill set with an understanding of the human-centered design process, and
  • Explore real needs and lived experiences to get at the root problems you want to help address

Who is it for:

  • People who are interested or curious but have little to no experience in user research or design methodologies
  • People working in the areas of design, technology, government and nonprofits who want to gain a deeper and more holistic understanding of their audiences
  • Individuals excited about civic problems who want to design better solutions to fit user and community needs

Don’t delay – spots are limited so register today. For tickets and more information, visit our Eventbrite registration page below.

Register here!

We hope to see you there. Thank you to Mozilla Toronto for hosting us!

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