Interaction Design Training (September 16-19, 2014)
San Francisco, California USA
Many of today’s products are driven by spreadsheets, technology constraints, and feature lists. They leave frustrated customers wanting more.We believe a better approach to design focuses on the human needs first and technology second.In Cooper’s Interaction Design training, we can help you envision, plan, and build products and services that are financially viable, technically feasible, and that your customers will love.
Most product design projects focus on what we can reasonably create in the near-term with the constraints of present-day technologies. But how do our tools and methods change when we’re designing for ten to twenty years into the future? Let us show you how to stop reacting to the latest "big thing" and start being the one that people catch up to.