Design for Users by Users: Design Thinking @ Red Hat - Sara Chizari (Red Hat UX Research Team) - OpenShift Commons Briefing
September 25, 2019 | by
Have you ever wondered how product teams decide what features to build and what changes to make? In this OpenShift Commons Briefing, the Red Hat User Design Experience Design and Research team discuss applying design thinking to real product development challenges, from problem discovery to testing and validating ideas.
Red Hat's Sara Chizari walks us thru The Red Hat User Experience Design and Research team’s Design Thinking process that they use to help product teams build solutions that focus on solving problems, and are tailored to users’ needs. In this session, she takes us on a user-centered design journey. Learn about the techniques they use to develop an understanding of the users’ challenges and needs, articulate the users’ problems, and brainstorm potential solutions. Slides: Designing with Users for Users - OpenShift Commons Briefing Slides
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