On-DemandOnline Seminar

Building a 2.0

Making Big Design Changes Without Causing Big Waves


Max Talbot-Minkin
Vice President of Product and Design, TodayTix

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Recorded October 2017

60 minutes


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Often companies are faced with a dilemma between redesigning something from scratch or continuing to iterate on their existing product. Although redesigns are a minefield of potential customer outrage, sometimes they are the right tool for the job to move the needle and modernize your product. By planning carefully, ensuring you’re solving for user needs, and involving real users throughout the process, you can mitigate the risk of a redesign and maximize its potential.

In the case study, learn why TodayTix decided to do a redesign, how the product team orchestrated the massive project, and how they pulled it off without upsetting the company’s millions of customers. By engaging the right stakeholders and keeping users involved in every step of the visioning and design process, TodayTix developed and launched a human-centered redesign that was not only met with a positive reception by users but also resulted in increased sales and conversions overnight.

What You'll Learn

  • How to choose between iterative design and starting from scratch
  • How to vet your ideas and make sure you’re choosing the right path
  • How to involve users in a non-superficial way
  • How to educate customers and bring them on board

Topics Covered

  • Selecting a path forward
  • Why redesigns fail
  • Scoping and planning your project
  • Identifying stakeholders
  • Identifying user needs
  • How to do true user involvement
  • The importance of testing
  • Release and rollout
  • TodayTix redesign case study and results
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Building a 2.0

60 minute online seminar