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Cameron Moll Keynote from Future Insights Live 2013: Crafting Virtuoso UX Teams

Virtuosos are more than just competent or well-trained performers. The term is reserved for those who outpace their peers in musicianship or artistry. Building an entire team of UX virtuosos is possible, says Cameron Moll, as long as your approach is sound. In this keynote address from Future Insights Live 2013, Moll shares his insights on creating and maintaining teams that show real mastery of the art of UX.

Session Description

Creating and maintaining a team that iterate, build, and ship quality projects is one of the most challenging things to master in our industry. And to ship quickly and consistently? Even more challenging. Drawing on personal experience and interviews with teams at the likes of Twitter and Kickstarter, Cameron shares several patterns that are common among great user experience teams. You’ll discover successful prototyping tools, hiring methods, the importance of establishing a strong team culture, the role of collaboration and isolation, and more. Whether you’re manager, team lead, or team member, you’ll return to work apt to craft a virtuoso UX team.

Reader Comments (3)

Hello! it looks like the video above isn't working... I was hoping to view Cameron's talk in HD, so that I could see the detail in his slides. Any chance of getting an HD version to view? Thanks!

July 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKris

Hi Kris,

Not sure why it's not working for you, but we also posted a high-res version to YouTube here:

Hope that helps!

July 18, 2013 | Registered CommenterFuture Insights

Great - I can see it now, thanks!

July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKris

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