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User Experience Design (TI Speech Project 2 from Entertaining Speaker)

On August 15, I did a speech on User Experience Design as a practice for the presentation I was giving the coming Monday to a group of product managers and engineers. The objectives of the speech was to draw entertaining material from sources other than your own personal experience and adapt it to suit your personality, audience, and topic. Below are some images from the presentation that talk about UX strategy and process. Because I used a presentation that we built with my UX team, I didn’t have to write a speech. I just presented with the slides. Here is a high-level outline of what the slides included:

UX Framework and Process Define our UX Problems, Aspirations, and Solutions Avoiding Known UX Pain Points Collaboration Model and Deliverables