Have you ever found yourself explaining what you do as a UX designer over and over again? Ever had to correct a misinformed colleague who thought you make images look pretty with Photoshop? Ever felt frustrated at being consulted only after major product decisions were made?
Even though UX Design is no longer a new or unknown term, in traditional organizations and development teams alike, **people can be unclear about what exactly a UX designer does, what their unique skills are, or where exactly they fit in.**
As a UX designer, this means that you need to fight extra hard to make a case for your own work, and educate your colleagues about the role and importance of UX design.
In this Master Class webinar, discover how as a designer, you can get—and keep—a seat at the table for every big business and product decision. You’ll learn:
- How to identify and anticipate obstacles to UX design in your company
- How to elegantly manage false expectations about UX design
- How to align your design practice with the organization’s strategy
- How to work more seamlessly with non-design teams
- How to fight common misconceptions about UX design within your company
This Master Class webinar is taught by **Morgane Peng, Design Director at Societe Generale**. Morgane made a career transition **from finance to UX design**, driven by the urge to improve the badly designed enterprise software she encountered when she worked in finance and consulting.
Currently, she leads design teams at a 150-year-old banking company, and based on her experiences, she will share with you humorous and useful tips on how **you too can carve a niche for UX design, no matter the size or age of your organization!**
With Morgane’s help, you can spend more time doing the creative work that you love, and less time fighting to get taken seriously as a UX designer.
By Morgane Peng, Design Director at Societe Generale