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Webinar: How to Approach UX for HealthTech Products by Samsung PM
May 31, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
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One of the key skills for PMs is to walk in their customers’ shoes. It’s really important to understand the journey and how your product presents itself along the way. Your whole team needs to take this into account: otherwise, you’ll be in serious trouble!
There are plenty of tools and techniques that can get you closer to understanding the customer’s mind. Find out here!
– Exploring the unique user types and needs for Health Tech products
– Leveraging user research to obtain un-obvious insights
– Approaches for navigating UX design constraints through examples
Meet the Speaker: Anu Ramakrishnan
Anu is a Product Manager at Samsung Health, where she works on building and scaling B2B2C Health applications for improved patient care. She has previously worked at iRhythm Technologies, where she contributed to a range of products from ECG detection algorithms to patient & provider applications.
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