ITSM User Experience

Where: University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Campus Center
First Floor Campus Center Way
Amherst, MA  01003
Directions and Map

When:  Thursday, February 28, 2019
9:00am - 3:00pm
Note: Registration starts at 7:30am

Workshop Organizers:  Jesse Anderson of Tufts University and Chris Chagnon of Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Registration Fee:
NERCOMP Member:$145
Non Member: $290
Your registration includes am break and lunch.

Event Overview
User Experience (UX) Design is a buzzword seen all over the web, but the process has been in use by successful companies for decades.  UX Design is the practice of enhancing our user’s satisfaction and even delight in their interactions with us. UX focuses on usability, accessibility, and design thinking to create a human-centered experience for any system, and extends beyond computers into the real world. This day-long event will provide insight into User Experience Design, Research, and the tools that you can use to help create a great user experience

Session Outcomes:
- Understand User Experience, Design Thinking, Accessibility, Usability and other terminology that encompasses the field of User Experience Research and Design.
- Use UX tools such as persona development, customer journey maps, empathy mapping, and others that enable UX.
- See  real-world examples of UX Design in action, for computer systems as well as real-world experiences, and to explore applications of UX in the in a human-centered world.



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