This year, answering the Design Week’s call for new solutions to the situation generated by the pandemic, the Lechner Knowledge Center presents a playful workshop, placing into the online space an event that was previously organized offline and allowed participants to complete user-centric design tasks by working together within the same space.

While sharing ideas and working on designs together, participants are introduced to and given the opportunity to learn how to use a software frequently utilized by UX designers and in design workshops. This workshop offers a playful insight into human-centered design without requiring previous knowledge or skills, only a stable internet connection.
In general, a UX designer investigates the goals of the target user groups of given products (webpage, mobile application, web application), what difficulties the users face along the way and how to make it easier for them to reach those goals. They design user paths and create system and structure in a way that results in a convenient, user-friendly interface.