Proposed Sessions for Product Camp Silicon Valley 2012

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  1. User Centered Design: How to please users and get the CEO off your back

    AS A PRODUCT MANAGER, you are probably inundated with feature and functionality requests based on opinions or circumstances from within your organization. These can include:
    • A current crisis: “The VP of Sales needs you to include the following three features so that we can win that big new account!”
    • An engineering triumph: “This feature is so cool! We have to include it!”
    • A powerful opinion: “The CEO thinks that users will want to access this product on an iPad.”
    • A time crunch: “The project is late so you’ll need to cut out the least
    important features.” …

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    • UxD for Product Managers - Research and Design Techniques for the Real World

      Most product managers understand the theory of User Experience Design. Get insights from real-world users, sketch a design, then test it. Iterate until you get it right. Along the way you create personas, paper prototypes, usability metrics and other goodies.

      It all sounds great in theory, but truly effective research and design is wrought with challenges in the real world. With only limited time, budget, and patience from your team, how can you effectively put the principles into practice?

      Mary Piontkowski, Macadamian's UX Design Lead, has been working with product managers and development teams for over 15 years. Based on…

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