• UX Training

    We have developed a series of introductory UX workshops aimed at those who would like to introduce UX methods to their project but lacking any UX training.

    The core workshop topics are as follows:

    • Introduction to UX and the UCD process
    • User research techniques
    • Interaction Design and Information Architecture
    • Evaluation techniques

    Each training covers the above topics and lasts 2 days. Participants need to be able to commit to attend on both days. The workshops involve a mixture of discussion with individual and group activities. The content of these workshops is themed around business sectors (edtech, healthtech, etc.) but methods learnt can be applied to any project.

    The goals of the training are to get staff up to speed with UX fundamentals, introduce them to design thinking, and learnt lean methods that can be applied to a project fast and at a low cost. After completing the training attendees will have a raised awareness of users needs allowing them to produce better experiences. Attendees will also be able to identify and describe UX issues and understand how they would go about resolving them.

    This training is an introduction to UX and its methods. Training tailored to meet your organisations specific needs and additional bespoke sessions can be produced on request by City Interaction Lab.

    The next training course, limited to 16 attendees, will take place on the 11th and 12th of July at City, University of London.

     The UX training will be provided free to eligible companies (limited to a maximum of 2 attendees per company), however, please get in touch with us if you think you might not meet the criteria, as we are able to offer attendance at a special rate if any places remain available.

    Register your interest by 27 June at the latest and we will let you know which would apply to you.

    This training is an introduction to UX and its methods. Training tailored to meet your organisations specific needs and additional bespoke sessions can be produced on request by City Interaction Lab.