As technologists, one of the hardest things to remember is that we’re not our users, and our assumptions can easily extend into our work. If we aren’t careful, we can easily end up designing products based on our assumptions and biases rather than insights from the actual audience. If we want to build better products, we need to include our target audience in the creation process and listen to their feedback every step of the way.
In this talk, we’ll hear what a team at The Ad Council learned from a project where they worked directly with teens experiencing various forms of bullying that directly informed the product’s goals, UX, and content.
In this session, you’ll learn:
Who should attend: This session will be helpful for attendees who either work in UX design or are interested in learning how UX principles can be applied to create better, more inclusive content.
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