Learn how to conduct effective UX Research on a shoestring budget or resources.
Even though we know research pays out 100x over its cost, it’s still hard to get companies to buy into UXR. Some think doing user research is expensive and complicated, they believe testing with users is only for big projects with lots of money and time. Not only is this not true, but these dangerous misconceptions debilitate teams and prevent them from doing the valuable research they badly need.
Join this workshop if…
✔️ You know research is important but you are low on time and resources, or you can never convince you team to do it.
✔️ You need an effective research process to bring your projects to the next level, but you don’t know where to start.
✔️ You’re intimidated by research, but you know you need these key skills to grow your career.
✔️ Get the most out of your research study even with you’re low on time, budget, and resources
✔️ Learn 3 effective research strategies to accelerate your designs
✔️ Q&A for your research challenges
Who is this for?
Taught by an Expert Instructor
“Focus on the gain, not the gap”
As an educator, Cola wants to give students skills to bring their ideas to life, and the confidence to continue growing as a designer. Cola has worked as a consultant and in-house visual and user experience designer in New York since 2013. Most recently she has worked on digital products for fortune 500 companies, global finance companies, and well known lifestyle and media brands.
Cola has experience in working directly with clients and executive level stakeholders with the specific goal of bringing clients into their vision through a holistic approach of product development, and evangelizes the importance of design research and strategic development.
Alongside her corporate client work, Cola has coached fellow designers, freelancers, and career switchers in achieving their next big goal, from financial literacy to the hiring process. There are many facets to entering a new field and Cola is inspired by raising others up, learning, and leading through experience. She is thrilled to be expanding this work as an educator with Bitesize UX.