With years of experience running public workshops, we're curating a catalog of the very best for your team. Pick from dozens of trainings that have helped hundreds of companies looking to tackle their product management, design, research, and leadership challenges.

UX training

  • Continuous User Research    ⟶

    Size: 10-50   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $7,000

    Most product teams are doing user research, but they still aren't doing it often enough, when they do it it takes too long, and it is more expensive than it needs to be. This workshop will help change that. Andrew will help you learn how you can build tests and get results in hours intstead of days or weeks and how to build a continuous testing strategy at your organization.

  • Design Critiques Done Right    ⟶

    Size: 10-50   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $7,000

    Showing our work at all different levels is a core part of design within an organization. Running a critique with your team that’s effective and helpful for everyone isn’t an easy task when it comes to pushing everyone to be better but also being respectful. With high growth teams, escalated career growth, responsibilities, and maintaining clear communication of work being done are just some of the challenges that design teams are facing. Design critiques provide a platform for designers to socialize work with others in a way that encourages productive feedback, healthy discourse, and a mindful surfacing of alternative approaches to any given design problem.

    Revolution vs Evolution    ⟶

    Size: 10-50   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $7,000

    Balancing the needs of the users, business, team and yourself is certainly a challenge. As designers we’re naturally wired to defend and create for the needs of the user. Business…wants to stay in business, and Development…wants to build amazing forward thinking technology while not drowning in its own debt. Lets talk about how we can build amazing products without coming to a stalemate with every conversation.

  • Design Your Design Organization    ⟶

    Size: 10-50   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $13,000

    As your design organization grows, and becomes more complex, strains and pains emerge. Designers are spread too thin and don’t feel good about the quality of their work. How best to work within cross-functional teams is unclear. Retention suffers as designers feel ineffective and their career growth isn’t being given sufficient attention. Recruiting and hiring practices aren’t filling roles quickly enough, leaving gaps throughout the organization. Design leaders can’t devote their energy to creative leadership as operational challenges take precedence. The user experience has lost cohesion as more and more isolated teams contribute to it.

    Coach, Diplomat, Champion, Architect: The Complete Design Leader    ⟶

    Size: 5-15   •   Length: half day   •   Price: $13,000

    With the rapid growth of design inside companies, there's been a concomitant need for design leadership. But design leadership and management (at scale) is new, and many design leaders are not equipped to take on the challenge. The struggle figuring out how to get the most out of their teams, collaborate with peers, and work with executives. They often revert to the skills that allowed them to succeed as designers, unaware that those practices are not going to help them succeed in their new role.

  • How to Establish and Maintain a Design System    ⟶

    Size: 10-50   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $7,000

    As teams and products grow it can become complicated to maintain consistency across all properties, additionally, there is often a duplication of initial work for each product starting from scratch. By establishing and maintaining a company-wide design language and design system implementation, teams are better equipped to ensure consistency, reduce duplication of work, and improve overall design and code quality.

  • Introduction to The Design Sprint    ⟶

    Size: 10-60   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $15,275

    No matter what industry you work in, Design Sprints will help you test and validate solutions to your biggest questions. Explore the basics of design sprints in this day-long workshop. You’ll dive into the concepts and practicalities behind organizing Design Sprints, understanding customer pain points and reducing bias, plus you'll get hands-on experience solving a mock problem in a small-group setting over the course of the day.

    The Enterprise Design Sprint    ⟶

    Size: 10-60   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $15,275

    The Design Sprint is no longer the domain of startups. Enterprises around the world are using Design Sprints to solve problems and drive digital transformation. This powerful timeboxed problem-solving framework gets teams to answers quickly and effectively. Learn from enterprises like Home Depot, Google, LearnVest, IBM, AARP, Fidelity Investments, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and many more, how you can run, facilitate or sponsor your own design sprint and start delivering solutions in organizations of any size.

  • Storyboarding in Product Development    ⟶

    Size: 10-50   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $7,000

    Why do so many teams fail to launch products on time? Why do budgets quickly creep beyond initial projections? Why do so many products launch and then, customers fail to adopt the product or feature? It’s because too often, teams jump right into designing and building before they establish their product story –– the deep understanding of how the product fits into people’s lives. Storyboarding is a critical activity to product development because it forces us to develop a deeper understanding of the people we are designing for. It forces us to establish the context, characters, and a clear language which creates an anchor that can ground the team and keep the focus on people.

    Validate Your Product Idea    ⟶

    Size: 10-50   •   Length: 1 day   •   Price: $7,000

    Most products fail because the team didn't build the wrong product in the first place. How does this happen? It’s because we race to the “build” phase and focus all our energy on the product. If you truly want to create an awesome product, you have to understand the people your product will serve. The best competitive advantage you can have is to understand your people, your audience, your potential customers better than everyone else. Your audience will guide you to the exact product you should create and how you should market it. And when you create a product based on research, you can even get people to pay for it before it's even built.