Webinar Recap | Creating an Effective User Feedback Loop for Your Digital Workspace
Thank you for your interest in, “Stop, collaborate, and LISTEN – Create an Effective User Feedback Loop for your Digital Workspace“. If you were able to join us for the webinar, we sincerely thank you for being there. We hope you had as much fun learning about the importance of user feedback through the lifecycle of a project as our speaker Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield) did sharing his knowledge with you.
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It’s time for the next episode of the PixelMill Webinar Series! In this session, “Stop, collaborate, and LISTEN – Create an Effective User Feedback Loop for your Digital Workspace”, we welcome back Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, PixelMill President/Co-Founder, and avid Calvin & Hobbs reader Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield). Join us as Eric walks you through the importance of user feedback through the lifecycle of a project. You’ll walk away with a clear understanding of the role listening plays in planning, designing, developing, training, and updating your digital workspace.
Besides the fact that webinars are an excellent way to engage with fellow community members and industry thought leaders, this is a chance to learn about creating an effective user feedback loop for your digital workspace. An effective digital workspace is nothing if it’s not first empathetic. If you want to build a successful digital workspace that your team will use and love, it all starts with actively listening to them.
In this session, we will look to achieve the following goals:
- You’ll learn what feedback you should seek and why
- How to solicit and collect effective feedback with specific examples
- What to do with your feedback
- How to create an effective feedback loop to keep your digital workspace evergreen