Lean UX Bootcamp

A BCS Professional Awareness Course

Wednesday 4th June 2014, 09:00 - 17:00.

Presenter: Spencer Turner.

Edinburgh Training & Conference Centre , 16 St Mary Street Edinburgh , EH1 1SU.

Cost: £168 for BCS members, £198 for others (both including VAT).

The course is one of a series of Professional Current Awareness Courses aimed at providing greater access to developing subjects for IT professionals.

Registration via the BCS on-line booking system - see "Booking" at the bottom of this page.

Course Overview

For founders, product owners, scrum masters, developers and anyone else interested in Lean / Agile UX. This hands on workshop will demonstrate tried and tested techniques you can take back to your team and start using straight away to help you build products your customers want and will pay for.

We're going to cover a lot in a short time. We’ll talk briefly about Lean UX, what it is, what it isn't and how it can work in for your teams.

We'll talk briefly about metrics, guerrilla user research and testing, MVPs and visual design.

Next we'll use an example project for you to the learn:
- Personas & How to draw (well enough)
- Work collaboratively on UX design
- Iterative Design thinking & feedback
- Paper Prototyping

About the presenter


Spencer is Principal at Neo. He's a consultant, coach and mentor in Lean UX & Agile UX, an ex-designer, sometimes ruby programmer, and ardent proponent of visual communication. He's run UX workshops at Scottish Ruby Conference and mentored at Startup Weekend. He facilitates workshops, works with teams to builds products and helps companies from International banks to 2 person startups to understand and solve their problems better.


Booking is via the BCS on-line reservation system.

Cost is £168 for BCS members, £198 for others, both including VAT at 20%.

Closing date for bookings is 2nd June. No more bookings will be taken after this date.

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

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