UP Close with Cheryl Platz

Cheryl sits down (virtually) with Randy Dixon, Artistic Director of historic Seattle improv theater Unexpected Productions, to talk improv: digital improv, Twitch, improv in the workplace, and how Cheryl applied her improvisational experience to her new book, Design Beyond Devices.

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Capturing Customer Context for an Upside-Down World

Remote (Zoom)

Is your customer experience straining at the seams? Have your customers moved from office to home, and your company’s charter along with it? Designing for the next generation of experiences requires upleveling your understanding of your customer context. But how do you ask the right questions and set yourself up for success? Multimodal design expert […]

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Voice Lunch Book Club: Design Beyond Devices

Cheryl's book, Design Beyond Devices, is the first book featured by the new Voice Lunch Book Club! She'll join the group on April 7 to answer questions about the content - expect a lively discussion based on earlier sessions.

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Design Beyond Websites: Creating Multimodal, Cross-Device Experiences

Does your experience spill out beyond the borders of a single screen or input modality? Are you trying to blend voice and visuals, or trying to weave together an experience across disparate devices? In this talk, multimodal design expert Cheryl Platz will cover some of the design frameworks and techniques from her new book Design […]

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Design Beyond Devices @ UX Salon TLV

Remote (Zoom)

How might you approach designing the bridge of the Starship Enterprise, where crew members move fluidly between physical controls, touchscreens, voice controls, holograms, and more? Such a complex design challenge requires a robust set of underlying systems that adapt to human needs and offer plenty of flexibility in the moment. In this talk, multimodal design […]

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Capturing Customer Context for a Post-COVID World

Is your customer experience straining at the seams? Have your customers moved from office to home, and your charter along with it? Designing for the next generation of experiences requires up-leveling your understanding of your customer’s context - and everything we thought we knew pre-pandemic has changed. Will anyone ever want to touch a shared […]

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