“Adaptive Path’s Approach to Design Research:” Workshop in Durham, NCPosted: January 26, 2009 Filed under: conferences, events, training Comments Off on “Adaptive Path’s Approach to Design Research:” Workshop in Durham, NC
Throughout 2009, the Triangle User Experience Group (TriUx)/Triangle Usability Professionals Association (TriUPA) are sponsoring a series of user experience and usability workshops just down the road in the Triangle area (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, NC).
To begin the year, Todd Wilkens from Adaptive Path, will teach a workshop on Friday, February 20th, 2009 on the Adaptive Path Approach to Design Research. From the web site:
Todd (from Adaptive Path) will guide attendees beyond usability tests and focus groups to gain a deeper and more complete picture of their customers’ lives.This workshop covers everything from basic models of human behavior to interviewing and data analysis to strategies for making research work effective in your organization.
More information can be found on the TriUPA web site, including registration fees which are *very* reasonable – about $200 per person.
This first triux workshop dovetails nicely with the newly created RUX Book Club and our first book club choice (discussion April 29th, 2009) from Adaptive Path, Subject to Change: creating great products and services for an uncertain world.