Calling all user experience designers! Take a look at this great opportunity to get a jump on your career by learning how UX works in an corporate environment.
The Enterprise UX Virtual Summit is coming up and promises to be a wealth of information with 20 speakers from big-name companies like Groupon, IBM, Intuit, SAP, and UXPin. And now for the best news: the entire conference is online and FREE, so there’s no need to shell out cash or leave the comfort of your couch.
Enterprise UX Virtual Summit
Free Online UX Conference
February 14-17, 2017
15 Live Sessions from 20 Speakers
The EUX Virtual Summit is the largest online event for enterprise UX professionals and is hosted by UXPin, a company best known for their outstanding blog centered on user experience topics, as well as an industry-approved collaborative application for UX teams.
The summit is developed for and marketed towards enterprise-level UX designers and product developers, but the conference schedule is packed with topics that are excellent opportunities for upcoming UX designers to learn industry secrets and build new skills before starting their job hunt. It’s never too early to start working on skills that impress recruiters, right?
I recommend scanning through the entire event lineup to see which topics might interest you, but here are a few I recommend to get you started:
UXPin Demo: Agile UX Process
February 14 | 11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. PST
Learn to work collaboratively in UXPin. Shorten your iteration cycles. Improve design consistency on short deadlines.
UXPin Demo: Collaboration & Dev Handoffs
February 15 | 11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. PST
Learn how to turn design feedback into actionable items. Learn to generate development specifications and documentation for the dev team.
Enterprise Usability: The Olive Garden Principle
February 15 | 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. PST
Learn how to design satisfying products. Learn enterprise usability best-practices.
Practical Enterprise UX Research
February 16 | 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. PST
Learn how to gain executive by-in for UX research. Learn lightweight (but effective) research methods. Learn how to document results to highlight return on investment.
The summit begins in just over a week, so be sure to reserve your (free) spot soon. And, if you attend any of the events, let me know what you learned (or would like to have learned) by commenting below!