Join me in Park City for a UX + PM workshop series, 5–6 January 2017
If you enjoyed Front Salt Lake City, I’d like to invite you back to Utah for a two-day, hands-on training experience for User Experience Designers and Product Managers, 5–6 January 2017, in Park City, where you’ll learn to create amazing products and work like the teams you heard from.
Join me in the majestic mountains of Utah for an intimate, one-of-a-kind event. Select 4 half-day workshops, for 2 intense days of learning and practice. No passive education here. This isn’t for the faint of heart. We’ll be working together, at 7,000 feet and atop the greatest snow on earth, in small groups of six, where you’ll be expected to collaborate and engage.
Each workshop will be limited to 48 students and taught by industry leaders and some of tech’s most skilled practitioners. Breakfast and lunch are provided each day. And yeah, we certainly expect that you’ll stay an extra day-or two-for some time in on the slopes.
We’ve assembled a dynamic group of instructors — expert practitioners, executives, trainers, and authors:
- So you’ve shipped… now what: Using data to establish market fit
Kat Archibald, Chief Product Officer at Degreed
- Engineering for Product Designers and Managers
- Remote User Testing: How to Test Your Designs From The Comfort of Your Herman Miller Aeron Chair
Andrew Branch, Product Designer at Rev.com
- Don’t Waste a Week of Your Life: How to Run Design Sprints the Right Way
Ingrid Cruz, Manager of User Experience Design at Infusionsoft
- Prototyping to Learn
Clayton Farr, Product Design Lead at Cireson
- Deliberate Design: Fostering Expert Teams
Jay Fichialos, Director Asurion Design Group at Asurion
- User story mapping
Jeff Patton, Chief Troublemaker at Jeff Patton & Associates
- MVP Experiments that Work
Melissa Perri, Founder & CEO at ProdUX Labs
- You Had ONE Job!
Nate Sanders, Product Team Lead at Canopy
- Data Informed Design
Matt Snyder, Director of User Experience at Lucid Software Inc.
- Building beautiful people and products
Nate Walkingshaw, Chief Product Officer at Pluralsight
- Discovery isn’t a part time job
Wade Shearer, VP, Product & Design, ClientSuccess
Front is a different kind of conference. In 2016, Front Salt Lake City sold out with over 600 attendees from 5 countries and 28 states across the US. Why?We are hyper-focused on one thing: extraordinary content. We don’t have a call for speakers. There’s no alcohol. There’s no after-party. Each contributor is sought out for the specific work they are doing and how their team is innovating. Requirements to present are for deep case studies, showcasing the good and the bad. The primary story and experience is learning and growth.
Join me at the Front to share, learn, and be inspired to create amazing products!