Join us on March 14th as David Hussman teaches us how to use story mapping and story telling to create great user experiences.
For the last few years, David has been working with various groups at Disney. A great deal of his work revolves around using story maps to foster better dialogs between designers, artists, developers and others. During this event, David will bring a host of experiences to share in the hopes of starting interesting and evolutionary discussions around an increased blend of design and delivery that promotes iterative customer and product learning.
If these run on sentence are not scaring you, please join the party and bring your skepticism, ideas and questions. The more the merrier.
- Meet and greet, with refreshments: 6:30 – 7:00 PM
- Presentation and discussion: 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Location and Parking
818 West 46th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55419
The event will be held in the downstairs space, please enter on the side of the building. There is a parking lot right behind the building and plenty of street parking.
David Hussman teaches and coaches agility in companies of all sizes all over the world. For more than 10 years, David has evolved the successful adoption and use of agile methods in medical, retail, legal, education, health care, control systems, digital audio, financial and more. Sometimes he is pairing with developers and testers, while other times he is helping product manager create product roadmaps. David believes in helping companies design processes that help them instead of simply teaching them a process to follow. Along with working side by side with design and delivery teams, David works with leader and executives to promote the use of agile methods to attack the real challenges of their specific industry.
David’s company, DevJam
provides coaching, course, development staff and product development. DevJam has seasoned mentors and builders who pragmatically match technology, people, and processes to create better products in more competitive cycles. When he is not coaching or teaching, you can find David speaking at conferences around the world and publishing to a variety of sources. David was given the Gordon Pask Award in 2009 and he has contributed to several books: Agile Software Development in the Large, Managing Agile Project, and Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams.