As user research can help prioritise product requirements, and real-time interactions can be tracked for marketing insights, UX (or user experience) is increasingly important outside the coding circles of your office/business.
Whether you are new to product development and wireframing, or a reigning pro, this list of presentations and people to follow on Slideshare should be a great resource.
Chris Lake, Director of Product Development, Econsultancy
Chris often at shares interesting Slideshare finds via his Twitter account (@lakey).
Here’s a couple of recent examples. First, ”How to bridge the distance between business strategy and design” by The Brand Gap:
Trends in interactive design 2013, from Prophets Agency:
Nate Bolt, Researcher/Designer
Craig Sullivan, Group eBusiness Customer Experience Manager at Belron
Simon Cast, Co-founder, Mind the Product
I’d recommend spending some time on their Slideshare profile as there are several great presentations on UX for skill levels and interests of all types.
I’ve picked a great one from a Product Tank session last year on “What UX people want from product managers” below.