Anthropology is known as the “science of humanity.” Key elements include an in-depth examination of people and places, immersion in the area of interest, and the significance of observation. Our High-Tech Anthropologists® study end-users in their own work environment, observe and ask questions around their current systems and processes, and use workflows and mind-maps to capture and distill information to create designs focused on the goals of the target users.

In this two-day workshop, you will be immersed in the High-Tech Anthropology® process and discover how to design a joyful user-experience. With a team of Menlo’s High-Tech Anthropologists®, you will gain hands-on experience with interviews, observations, writing personas and using them to prioritize users, as well as iterative design and evaluation of solutions.  In addition, the new virtual workshop format also highlights specific alterations that can be made to this process for both in-person and remote settings.

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A Taste of High-Tech Anthropology® (Virtual)

Our High-Tech Anthropologists® study end-users in their own work environment in order to design software that best meets users’ goals. In this 90-minute virtual tour experience, you’ll get a taste of Menlo’s High-Tech Anthropology® process. Learn about the benefits of observing the end-user, assessing designs with the end-user, and creating workflows and other visual outputs to capture and distill information. These steps build the foundation of user-friendly designs tailored to the target persona(s) – for software that is actually adopted and – even enJOYed. Your tour will be led by a pair of High-Tech Anthropologists who can speak to both in-person and virtual observations, design assessments and workflows of late. A great way to preview the High-Tech Anthropology® process if you’re embarking on a design project or attending our High-Tech Anthropology workshop. Bring your questions!

Duration:  90 Minutes

Cost:  Free

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