The UX Showcase is a recurring meeting that allows each stage group to walk through various research findings and design solutions. We record the 15-minute presentations, so that stakeholders from Product, UX, Engineering, and Leadership can watch at their convenience. These sessions are available on GitLab Unfiltered.
UX Showcases are scheduled every two weeks. They are 60 minutes long to allow up to four team members to present from the host's team.
Each presentation is 15 minutes. If you need more time to present a complex topic, ask the moderator about having less people present at that showcase.
Presenters should come prepared with sufficient artifacts to tell a story. Use your best judgment to determine what will most effectively convey the story: a few slides, a process diagram, a journey map, a series of mockups, a prototype, and so on.
Preparation for the UX Showcase should be minimal. Ideally, you should present your topic without creating dedicated slides or assets. The UX Showcase is all about sharing your work in progress, not fancy storytelling. See more helpful tips
Examples of minimal UX Showcase presentations:
Preparation time should be minimal, as you'll present the work you've done thus far.
Read more about presentation tips in the communication handbook page.
To limit the amount of post-presentation editing, please start and stop (not pause) the recording with each presentation. This will ensure that each presentation saves as an individual clip, which is much faster to edit than a 1-hour clip. Choose "record to computer" each time you record.
If you need to edit the videos at all, you can use a video editor like iMovie.
After the sessions are over, update the UX showcase schedule.