Workshops and Training
Remote and in person training and teaching
I have years of extensive experience in training both professionals and students on various UX related topics. Some examples of the workshops and trainings I have offered in the past include, but are not limited to: building better products, user research, information architecture, mobile UX and strategy, cognitive biases. Also, check my Speaking page if you are interested in conference talks.
Workshops and Master Classes
Accessibility for Designers
A hands-on workshop focusing on integrating accessibility into the design process. Understand how to prevent, identify, and correct accessibility issues already in the design phase. Learn effective documentation techniques to enhance team communication and incorporate accessibility features and best practices into the product roadmap. Walk away with valuable tools and resources for your projects.
Introduction to User Interviews: How to ask good questions
Participants engaged in comprehensive learning with expert advice and hands-on activities, using my unique deck of interview question cards. They improved on how to build a detailed user interview guide, formulate insightful questions and conduct interviews with ease, including asking pertinent follow-up questions. They also learn important note-taking strategies.
Building Better Products
How do you make sure your product matches your user needs and goals? A 10h step-by-step guide to design and build digital products, from initial user research to implementation with the development team: 5 sessions, 10 practical exercises, a BIG miro board, a nice figma file, and 18 more resources for participants to keep learning and practicing!
Information Architecture - building reusable components & pages
I teach my adaptive step by step framework to help build pages and components, starting from user needs all the way to low fidelity wireframes. We go through: user flow, content model, content prioritisation, list/detail pattern identification, low fidelity wireframes. The workshop comes with a reusable Miro board.
Testing the “Abusability” of your products & services
A participative online workshop. Participants learned how we can challenge our concepts, test and foresee how product could abused by bad actors and unethical people. This helps designers imagine solutions to prevent misuses and damages.
Architecture for Reusable and Adaptive Components
A 3 hours session with students of CEFIM where I explained my work as a UX designer, then we worked on building information architecture for reusable components
Mobile Strategy for responsive design and web
A 3 hours masterclass on how to chose what mobile strategy works for your project, about responsive web design, PWAs, mobile browser features and mobile user behavior. For the students of Université Libre de Bruxelles
Discover Cognitive biases
Whether you are creating the user experience of an interfaces or purchasing something online, it is important to be aware of different cognitive biases that will impact behaviors. This workshop uses our 60+ bias cards (printed in person or in Miro/Figjam remotely ) to help raise awareness around within teams.
Mobile UX: building usable and delightful mobile apps
A workshop for Workshop Summit 2020 (Brussels) on mobile usability and stategy, gathering user needs and requirements and how to build a quick paper prototype to test ideas in a a guerilla usability testing session.
Introduction to User Journey Map
I spend an afternoon coaching and mentoring startups for for WIDE, Women in Digital Empowerment in Luxembourg and I gave the introduction keynote of the event on User Journey Maps
UX Starter Crash Course
I facilitated a workshop for WIDE, Women in Digital Empowerment in Luxembourg. The audience was a nice mix between students and entrepreneurs with a project/ website and the goal is to help them discover how to build a product with a user centric approach. For this workshop I also created a little kit that you can print and re-use.
User Journey Map
For our June UX in Lux workshop, Laurence Vagner and I presented the User Journey Maps methods, tool to help the designers understand the journey, the thoughts, pain points and emotions of the user and identify opportunities for improvement along the way.
For this first UX in Lux meetup, we focused on Information Architecture and Cards Sorting. As small groups we tested, the card sorting method to regroup data and create an information architecture of a website and group icons
I teach a "Mobile UX & Responsive Web Design" classe, remotely in_array different unversity bachelor and master degrees.
- Université de Strasbourg - Master CAWEB
- Université de Strasbourg, Bachelor degree LPDWCA
- Université de Bruxelles - Bachelor degree Certificat inter-universités en User Experience Design and Research (UX)
If you want me to teach for your school, please reach out