Growth UX

The UX of Data

Lex Roman - Growth Design Lead at lexroman.com

Covered topics: data, analytics, user experience, design

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Data is often not accessible unless you can write code. Less technical people rely on data every day to make decisions, develop ideas or measure success. When tools and systems are not created with them in mind, they lose trust and understanding. They lose their bearings and end up relying on other methods to make decisions. It doesn't have to be this way. We can create empathetic, intuitive systems for sharing information. With a bit of human-centric thinking, teams can build a shared understanding of why, what and how to measure their work. When everyone on the team is empowered to understand data, they can make more informed decisions and be able to measure their own success. In this session, Lex Roman shares how to up-level your organization’s data literacy with concrete examples and practices you can take back to your team.

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