Register Now for Agile Development Leader Sean Van Tyne’s Boot Camp “How to Deliver a Great Experience in Today’s Fast Paced Marketplace” Sponsored by UserZoom

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Sean Van Tyne, Principal of The Van Tyne Group, author of Easy to Use: User Experience for Agile Development in Enterprise Software. Sean has helped companies like Sony PlayStation, FICO, and BD Medical Technology optimize their UX and Agile delivery.



UX Boot Camps for Agile Development is a one-day intensive hands-on course for lean and agile organizations that want to learn how to integrate the right amount of just-in-time UX to meet business objectives and to deliver the optimal experience to their customers in order to create long-term sustainable market and revenue growth.


Saturday, October 15, 2016, 10 AM – 5 PM

9 AM Registration, Breakfast and Networking


Cross Campus, 929 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90401

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How Do You Deliver a Great Experience in Today’s Fast-Paced Marketplace?

Attracting new customers and turning existing customers into loyal advocates is not easy in today’s fast-paced marketplace. You need to consistently deliver a great experience to your customer while adapting quickly to changing customers’ desires, technology and market trends.

User experience encompasses all aspects of your customers’ interactions with your company, services, and products. It is an approach that puts your customers at the center of the development process and incorporates their concerns and advocacy from the beginning. User experience includes everything that your customers can experience – the visual appearance, interactive behavior, and assistive capabilities.

According to Forrester Research 70% of projects fail due to lack of user experience1 and every dollar invested in UX brings 100 dollars in return.2

Your customers are having an experience with your brand, products and services regardless if you are consciously managing them. Organizations that purposely determine and develop the experiences that they deliver to their customers have higher customer satisfaction, loyalty, advocacy and consistent long-term growth.

Agile is a development methodology to satisfy your customers through early and continuous delivery. The main reason organizations adopt Agile is to better manage changing priorities and accelerate product delivery.

1 Forrester Research, Rich Internet Application Errors to Avoid, 2008
2 Customer Experience Index ranking Watermark Consulting, 2013


The Van Tyne Group
Sean Van Tyne


The Van Tyne Group
Sean Van Tyne