Lead Product Designer
Formerly Headspace & Lyft
Designing for Humans
Wednesday, 11 November 2020, at 3:45 PM
As designers, we rely on wide toolkit that often includes visual design, UX/flows, interaction and motion, systems, research, strategy and so much more. While these are immensely valuable for creating functional and aesthetic designs, they may not always be sufficient in helping us get at the root of users’ needs.
In this workshop, Vicki will walk you through how you might add behavioral science to your workflow, to understand, prioritize, and tackle problems at hand. By understanding how users interpret information, make decisions, and how they choose to take action, we can deliver more effective and meaningful solutions.
Vicki is formerly a Product Designer at Headspace, creating experiences to guide new users towards a healthy meditation practice. Previously, she was at Lyft, optimizing the passenger ride experience, and at Google, designing tools for reducing bias and predicting outcomes. Prior to Google, Vicki was at Stanford School of Medicine coordinating research studies in Pediatric Oncology. She holds a degree in Behavioral Psychology from the University of California, San Diego.
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