Design Field Notes: Amir Elabbady, UX Research Isn’t As Scary As You Think


11/23/2021 4:00 pm —
11/23/2021 5:00 pm



 Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation

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Join us for another semester of Design Field Notes—an ongoing lecture series part of our course DES INV 95. This speaker series invites a dynamic group of designers, artists, and academics in design-related fields to share their work and practice with our students and public.

This event series will be held on Zoom, and is free and open to the public. A Zoom account is required for login and access to this series.

Amir Elabbady was born and raised in Minneapolis, and attended the University of Minnesota, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Design Studies, Applied Business, and Management. Amir currently is a UX Design Lead in consulting, where he helps improve product interactions, interfaces, and experiences to create user-centered products. Specializing in information architecture and user research, Amir has spent more than 400 hours giving design lectures and workshops. Amir has also worked with over fifteen Fortune 500 companies to help implement the effective user-centered design principles to ensure the emotional desires, needs, and goals of their customers are discovered and understood while meeting the business requirements and the context in which these coalesce.

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