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Presentation: "Using design thinking, lean, and agile methods to move from well-aligned possibilities to a great solution"

Time: Tuesday 15:10 - 16:00 / Location: Superior

Too often is solutioning used only in a abstract space to generally define product design. During this talk, we'll walk through a recent solution product for a retail client specializing in organic food to showcase, explore, and describe how a solution moves between abstract and concrete thinking. We'll examine how this product moved from a business need to customer usage utilizing strategy, lean and agile methodologies.

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Coleman Collins, User experience designer and design consultant at ThoughtWorks

Coleman Collins

Biography: Coleman Collins

Coleman is a user experience designer and design consultant with ThoughtWorks. Coleman started long ago as a visual designer, but has since picked up many skills and worn many hats in the interest of excellent user experience, from design researcher to interaction designer to front-end dev (sometimes all at the same time). He believes good design doesn't matter without equally good execution.

John Jarosz, Practice Lead for Experience Design at ThoughtWorks North America

John Jarosz

Biography: John Jarosz

John Jarosz is a Practice Lead for Experience Design at ThoughtWorks North America, an agile design and engineering firm with a focus on enterprise innovation. He has designed software for use in health, education, retail, finance, and media industries. John holds an M.S. in human-computer interaction, and a B.A. in digital media studies. John speaks regularly and is currently working on a book. He specializes in behavioral research and user-centered design. John is passionate about making products simple.