Design Studio Goes Virtual (and Global)

Sep 17, 2020
Drew Malcolm

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Drew Malcolm leads the UX Core Services group for the Workspace ONE platform, helping to drive user centered design in EUC’s admin and customer experiences.

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This year, the EUC user experience team will once again turn out in numbers for the VMworld Design Studio event. In the two days following VMworld, admins will have an opportunity to participate in an exciting series of UX workshops that pivot off of the latest product announcements made at VMworld.

Check out the great EUC sessions at the following links:

Horizon: Centralized Assignment Management for Multi-Cloud Horizon Deployments

Horizon: Streamlining the Experience of Horizon Pod Maintenance

Workspace ONE: Unified Application Management for Digital Workspaces

Workspace ONE: Use cases for leveraging the full suite of WS1 products

Workspace ONE Access: Shape the Future of Workspace ONE Access

Workspace ONE Cloud: Digital Employee Experience Management Solution

Workspace ONE Cloud: First-Time User Experience

Workspace ONE Intelligence: Alerts & Integrations

Workspace ONE UEM: Dive Deep into macOS & Windows Platform Updates

Workspace ONE UEM: Dive Deep into Modernization Efforts 

Workspace ONE UEM: Dive Deep into Google Platform Updates

See the full list of Design Studio workshops by region (full VMware portfolio):

Americas

Europe, Middle-East, Africa

Asia Pacific Japan

While the team will certainly miss the in-person interactions of past events, this year’s virtual format will expand the audience – the event will be global, with 48 consecutive hours of programming conducted around the world in local time zones. The brave new virtual world will also provide the backdrop for some creative new approaches to user research.

As in years past, the list of activities includes a range of topics spanning the portfolio of EUC products and services. In each workshop, participants should expect about an hour of UX-focused product demos and interactive activities geared toward product features and enhancements announced publicly for the first time just days earlier at VMworld.

The event will give admins an opportunity to shape the future of the admin experience in a fun, collaborative environment alongside their peers from the EUC admin community.

Example activities include roundtable discussions, interactive usability tests and concept design demos with Q&A. Participants will learn about new product features, compare notes with their peers and provide direct feedback to the UX designers responsible for shaping the UI of EUC admin consoles.

The feedback given and received at Design Studio is a critical part of the product design process, so we hope all of you admins out there will join us to craft the future of the EUC admin experience!

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