September 29 2017, 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Somerset Millennium Makati
10/F Function Hall
UX/UI DESIGN WORKSHOP
User Experience (UX) is a hot topic for any business wanting to improve the way they attract and retain customers.
UX is central to designing meaningful experiences that matter to customers. When done right, you will understand your customers better, improve the customer experience and see opportunities for new products and services.
This workshop is fast-paced, hands-on and interactive. It has been designed to focus on “learning by doing” rather than “learning by listening”.
In a team-based scenario, participants are given a “Design Challenge” and led through a four step UX design process to solve it:
Discover - Identify the core problem
Design - Generate concepts
Prototype - Test and validate designs
Evaluate - Iterate and refine your ideas
"I thought at first UX was just thinking about customers; I now know that it's thinking LIKE customers"
"Hands-on, nice place, nice food! Got what I paid for! Instructor was really clear with the objectives of each hands on activity."
“The strengths of the workshop were Phil's hands on approach and knowledge about UX.”
“Facilitator had a good grasp of learning concepts. Activities helped us learn by application.”
"Fun! Practical and detailed!"
BREAKFAST BUFFET opens at 8:00 AM
WORKSHOP starts at 9:00 AM
Php 600 + VAT
inclusive of BREAKFAST BUFFET
and Certificate of Attendance
IMPORTANT: Please settle the Workshop Fee on or before the workshop date. For assistance, please call 830-3000 or 886-3100.
Phil hails from the UK and holds a first-class honors degree in Software Engineering. He spent 5 years working in the advertising industry including at WPP.
He is an Industry Advisory Board member and resource speaker at Adamson University, mentors startups with IdeaSpace and Founder’s Institute and believes Design Thinking can change the business landscape.
He is a Director of On-Off Group and has been helping companies design experiences for over 10 years and has taught UX to over 2,000 people.