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How to pitch your idea properly

By Felix Schmidt

Session type

Breakout Session

Timing

Fri, 25 Oct 2019

Room

Breakout room 6 - foyer 1st floor

About this session

A practical session to improve your design reviews and convince others

As a UX Designer you need to convince others of your ideas and concepts all the time. Sadly, not everyone can envision the amazing potential your new concept offers. Let’s figure out how you might change that.

The main idea is to practice presenting and get real feedback from strangers. If that sounds scary, you should definitely consider joining ;) It’s one of the best ways to grow and improve.

What to expect

  1. I’ll share some tips and tricks that have worked well for me
  2. Then you’ll practice pitching and presenting with focus on design reviews
  3. You’ll get structured, candid feedback and recommendations on how to improve
  4. Hopefully you’ll walk away as a future rockstar presenter

Requirements to participate

It would be great if you can bring an example of what you’d typically use to pitch a new idea or concept to your team/stakeholders. You’ll use that to practice in small groups. Whatever you use, be it digital or print outs - bring it along.
If you are concerned, bring an old or outdated example.

Experience level

Probably most relevant for young professionals. That being said, if your presentations often get derailed, you might want to drop by nonetheless.

Our recommendation:

Please head to your breakout session room 10 minutes ahead of the start time to keep everything on schedule and make sure you get a seat, as space is limited in each room except the main stage. Thank you!

About Felix

Felix Schmidt

Felix Schmidt

Specialist Business & Service Design at Interhyp Gruppe

As UXer turned Service Designer Felix bridges the gap between several disciplines in order to create seamless and engaging experiences for both the digital and physical world. His background in Psychology helps him understand how people think, feel and behave. His interest in Startups and business models helps him re-imagine organizations and his specialization in Human-Computer-Interaction, gives him the technological understanding and design capabilities to create new products and services from scratch. Boy that sounds fancy.