The best mobile experiences follow users from one place to another no matter what device they use. They seem to effortlessly fuse content, context, and user behavior. The result means we can start a video on our commute, keep watching at our desk, then pick up where we left off once we get home.
We’re working hard getting all the details together, but we do have the following to share with you.
Teams, timelines, and deliverables are an ever-changing challenge for teams trying to do responsive design. Hear how to manage expectations and create stronger products, faster.
Mobile changes everything about how we conduct usability research. Learn the latest techniques for interviewing, gathering data, and involving your entire team.
Establish a practical foundation and workflow so your team can build responsive, adaptive interfaces. Use layout, image, and navigation patterns to design future-friendly experiences.
Each of these 90 minute featured mobile-UX themed talks will be delivered by one of the workshop leaders. Towards the end of the day Jared Spool and Luke Wroblewski will each give concurrent keynote presentations. We’ll also organize a lunch with hot UX topics for roundtable discussions, then cap off the day with an evening reception.
Dispel your fears of code, media queries, image optimization, and multi-device design. See how fast and freeing mobile-first, responsive web design can be right now.
Transform your existing content into packages that work for your CMS, people, and users. Publish content to many devices using one, author-centric workflow.
“What a great conference. I’ll be back again as soon as I can! The conference is one of the most focused and organized that I’ve ever attended.”Garret N.
OK. Your meeting is going perfectly. Then a remote team member says, “I don’t understand. Can you show me what you mean?”
PANIC! MEETING IS DERAILING!
But you’re about to save the day. You plug in your trusty IPEVO document camera and focus in on the pen and paper. As you make your sketch you begin to hear folks saying, “I get it,” and the whole team is back on track.
5 reasons why IPEVO P2V is awesome for UX teams working on mobile
No, this isn’t a plug. But it is a gift.
We use this IPEVO camera to describe our UX ideas here at UIE. It’s a super-cool, super-compact, super-easy tool that we love so very much that we’ve included it as a gift for everyone who registers for all three days of the conference by January 22.
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