Centigrade UX Academy training
What to expect
The topics in detail:
- Agile is not Lean - Lean is only the beginning
- Continuous UX and user-centered Minimum Viable Products
- Scoping: Problem analysis and complexity reduction
- Truly user-centered user stories thanks to the INVEST principle
- The User Booklets Method: Stepwise development of user stories
During the training session you will deepen your understanding in practical exercises using our trainings tool.
Who should attend
This training is aimed at requirement engineers, product owners, product managers, process owners, UX researchers and UX designers.
Learn to derive concrete user needs from usage scenarios and how to verify them successfully in the field. Convert verified user needs into robust and precise user requirements in the form of user stories. Reduce project complexity and prioritization efforts with small, self-explanatory units that can be developed without risk.
The number of participants is a minimum of 6 to a maximum of 12 people.
Managing Director · Head of UX ServicesThomas Immich is co-founder and managing director of Centigrade GmbH and heads the UX Services division. For many years he has been dealing with user-centered user interface design methods with regards to their technical feasibility and tool support. He has been responsible for numerous customer projects of well-known companies and advises agile software development teams in his function as project manager and trainer regarding the aesthetic and conceptual optimization of user interfaces in the WPF environment. He also gives regular talks at relevant conferences such as the GermanUPA and has already received several awards, including the "iF communication design award 2010" and the "Best Session Award Usability Professionals 2009".
Tool-supported learning process
Knowledge and application in one
Our training tool LeanScope is used for all trainings in which we provide the tools for UX projects. It should help you to apply instantly what you have learned in a competence-oriented and sustainable way. Consult the tool at any time if you want to consolidate learning content once again.
Exercise the development of personas and scenarios or the derivation of essential user needs and become an expert in human-centered requirements management. Learn how to use templates to write concise user stories that can survive the entire development process and share your results with your colleagues. Expert knowledge and consistent terminology are available at any time.
Each relevant training ensures 6 months of full use of LeanScope, including 5 GitLab accounts, one-hour tutorial, practice materials and technical support.