Drafting and Delivering a Pitch Perfect
Tuesday February 18, 7-8:30pm
Amy Haupl, User Experience Consultant
In User Experience Design you need to pitch, sell, or present regularly, this is an opportunity for you to learn tricks of the trade and gain confidence in your abilities. In this class, we’ll go through the presentation process from start to finish. Beginning with understanding the importance of storytelling in business. You will discover best practices for anticipating your audience, preparing your narrative, and practicing your delivery. You’ll conclude by preparing your own pitch to present.
PREREQS & PREPARATION
This class is best suited for people with User Experience Design presentations. However, the class provides practical tips applicable for any presentation.
About the Instructor
Throughout her career as a creative consultant, Amy Haupl has held the title environmental graphic designer, content specialist, information architect, interior designer, project manager, program manager and lead interaction designer, but she prefers the simplicity and inclusiveness of Experience Designer.
As a skilled UX designer and collaborator, Amy has built a reputation in the consulting field as someone adept at breaking down complex systems and ideas into easy to use interaction models. She prides herself on establishing collaborative relationships with clients by listening, effectively assimilating information, and combining the client’s ideas and needs with her expertise and resources to ensure they achieve a balanced, well designed product. Amy has worked with interactive agencies and companies and across the country to delivery high quality multi-platform designs.
She earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Communication Design with a minor in Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University. In addition she holds a Professional Certification in Interior Design from UCLA and volunteers her time as a mentor and personal stylist for Dress For Success, and organization dedicated to empowering underprivileged women.
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