Introduction to Product Design (Free Online Event)

Introduction to Product Design
Free Online Event

11th February 2021 | 18:30 – 19:30 GMT

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This taster session is for anyone looking to change careers or add to their skills in order to make a move into Product Design and will include a combination of a presentation and a Q&A session at the end. Join us on the in an introductory evening presentation to find out what it means to be a Product Designer!

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You’ll gain insights from one of our course trainers who is a former Product Director of Babylon Health, along with some project showcases from the UX Academy Alumni. Learn the importance of product design techniques, processes, and skills for launching a digital or physical product.

This presentation will cover:

• Paths into Product Design
• Skills that are needed
• Salary and work expectations
• Goals and next steps on your journey

Ben Sauer

Ben Sauer

Ben is a former Product Director of Babylon Health, and has trained people in Voice Design internationally for O’Reilly, (including NASA!). He now spends his time working with clients on finding ways in which digital products can better meet the needs of people. He advised teams across the world on what and how to design.

What Our Students Are Saying

"This course is extremely informative and really helped prepare me with real life experience in designing a product for a client. The teachers are very knowledgeable and tailor the course to fit all levels of experience."
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Rianne Stratford
Marketing Assistant
"The course was very engaging and I enjoyed learning about Product Design. The teachers were very good at explaining all the different elements and stages and were very approachable. It’s a great course."
Alpa Pankhania
Alpa Pankhania
UX Manager
"I really enjoyed my training with UX Academy for the UX Product design course which opened my eyes more on how product should be treated before launching into the market for better services and customers happiness."
STEPHEN OPEYEMI OPEMIPO
Stephen Opemipo
IT Technician