No longer accepting registrationsMarch 5, 2023
Ever wondered how the information presented in strategic service or system-level discovery research is different than product or feature level research?
In this workshop, you’ll learn about the taxonomy of a strategic discovery research report including the structure of pre-study parameters (research objectives, research topics, perceived gaps and assumptions) and post-study reporting and classification dimensions (findings vs insights, importance, confidence level, estimated resolution timeline, supportive data descriptors, etc), and how to effectively present this information to your stakeholders.
You’ll also collaborate within your group to create your own groups to create your own research report skeleton, and you’ll walk away with a Miro board template and Illustrator charting artifacts that will allow you to hit the ground running in your next strategic discovery research initiative.
About the speakers
Cornelius Rachieru is the founder of Canadian UX consultancy Ampli2de Inc., where he explores his fascination with the politics of design while leading enterprise-scale experience and service design projects.
Over the past 15 years, he managed a number of large UX teams as UX practice leader at Deloitte Canada and Shaw Communications, and has worked in a wide range of industries, from technology to financial services, healthcare, entertainment, enterprise risk management and law.
He is also Founder, Co-chair and Creative Director of the popular CanUX conference, Canada’s largest and longest running annual UX event. A self proclaimed night owl (he is originally from Transylvania), Cornelius loves red eye flights and is a nomad at heart.