Like a Pro(totyper): Prototyping for Lean UX

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Like a Pro(totyper): Prototyping for Lean UX

I am pleased to be on a panel discussing one of my favorite topics, prototyping! Here are the details about the event:

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
The Creative Group
4225 Executive Square, Suite 300, San Diego, CA

Happy October, UXers! We hope you’re keeping your cool during summer’s last stand, and maybe vacationing someplace where the leaves do that thing that leaves are supposed to do this time of year.

This month, we’re proud to offer up a panel of professional prototypers. These designers do prototyping in their daily work, either as their primary role or a fundamental part of their process. They often work within lean UX teams to design and test in collaboration with more traditional UXers. You’ll get to pick their brains, learn more about prototyping as a methodology and deliverable, and get advice on how to incorporate the practice into your own work.

This idea came from our Intuit lab tour event — which hey, by the way, thanks for attending! — where we heard a lot of feedback from folks who wanted to know more about the UX prototyper role that Intuit hires for. You’re smart cookies to be curious: prototyping is a hot topic these days, steadily gaining traction in design circles, and sometimes even replacing wireframes and mockups as a main deliverable. And since caring for our community is the name of our game, we wanted to throw together a little something to help you learn more about it.

We rounded up an awesome group of designers to make this possible, including:
Hooman Anvar
Principal, Hooman Anvar User Experience Design and Strategy

Adam Armstead
Senior Interaction Designer, Intuit, former Design Manager at TakeLessons

Elina Kim
Experience Design Prototyper, Intuit

Heather Daggett
Senior Experience Design Prototyper, Intuit

Chris Griffith
Staff Engineer, Qualcomm UX

And our shiny new president, Paul Hong, as moderator.

Beverages and light appetizers will be served.

RSVP now to ensure you get to attend!

Park in the 4225 parking structure just across Executive Square from the 4225 building. Your parking will be validated.

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