Today we hosted a fast moving session in our Slack channel with the amazing Joe Natoli of givegoodux.com. We talked about user requirements and how to get to the bottom of what your users actually want, especially if they don’t know themselves. The session was particularly valuable due to the high calibre of questions and above average audience input.
If you have further questions for Joe, make sure you hit him up over at our community forums.
If you’re interested in Joe’s book Think First, we have a deal for UX Mastery readers. Save 20% off the purchase price by using the discount code: THINKFIRST20
If you didn’t make it because you didn’t know about it, make sure you join our community to get updates of upcoming sessions. If you’re interested in seeing what we discussed, or you want to revisit your own questions, here is a full transcript of the chat.
Joe Natoli is the author of Think First: My no-nonsense approach to creating successful products, memorable user experiences and happy customers.
His online UX courses serve over 46,000 students, and he has consulted with and trained Fortune 500 and 100 organisations for nearly three decades. His articles, tips and advice can be found at http://givegoodux.com.
You can also find him on Twitter @joenatoli
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