User Experience Design Workshop

Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:00 - 18:00 JST

京都工芸繊維大学ノートルダム館1階 Notre Dame Hall 1st Floor, Kyoto Institute of Technology



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Workshop and After Party (Regular) ¥1,300 at the door
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  • What separates boring products from successful products that people love?
  • How can you make your products not only more fun, but also more functional?
  • How can you understand the thoughts and emotions of your customers / users?

User experience design (UX) is the process of enhancing user satisfaction
by improving the usability, accessibility, and pleasure provided in the
interaction between the user and the product (

Come and learn important concepts of great user experience design, challenge yourself in this interactive workshop, and leave with the key methods you need to design successful products. Hosted by Wiley Webb, Experience Designer for Tuul, a Silicon Valley startup, and a current Stanford student.

Language: English
(While there is no translator, there will couple bilingual people who will be able to help out with the communication)


Time Plan
12:30 Doors open
13:00 Workshop begins
17:00 After Party begins
18:00 End of official event

About Wiley Webb

While studying product design at Stanford near San Francisco, Wiley fell in love with UX because it is the most critical element in what makes any product, service, event, or other experience worthwhile, valuable, and enjoyable. Coming from a background in music production, DJing, and concert design, Wiley enjoys applying UX principles to everything from software to parties to food and to life, and is currently traveling Japan, interviewing master designers on their UX design process.

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