If you want to design great mobile experiences, then check out these talks from UXIM14:
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Imagine showing clients your work in Week 1, before any details are refined or big decisions made. How would they respond? Ben Callahan knows, and he’ll tell you how his team transitioned away from a linear design process with a big reveal–ta-da!
Given the ubiquity of mobile–even among hard-to-reach populations–UX designers are poised to make data-driven design a standard practice. And gathering that data is easier than ever if you listen to Cyd Harrell, whose quick tips for doing mobile research are practical for any team.
Are words like “speed” and “flexibility” part of your work? If so, don’t miss Brad Frost’s introduction to Atomic Design, a methodology he uses to break down page-based layouts into smaller components. He’ll talk about establishing your own system to create smart, scalable designs.
For years, we treated the web as a fixed canvas that reacted only to keyboard and mouse inputs. Now we have touch screens, cameras, voice control, and sensors–but how do we design for the explosion of these dynamic inputs? Jason Grigsby has some ideas you’ll want to hear.
Today, 33 percent of people in America only use a mobile device to browse online. So why are companies still approaching mobile content from a desktop perspective? Find out from Karen McGrane, who’ll discuss how to define a mobile content strategy that’ll work for your organization and your users, too.
Should your organization design a native app, a mobile web app, or something in between? With Nate Schutta’s guidance, you’ll help your team answer this question by asking the “right” business questions, considering today’s UX trends, and keeping up with mobile’s constant evolution.
Learn the language and facts you need to bring mobile to the forefront in your organization. Luke will share examples and insightful information sure to enlighten you during his keynote presentation.
If we could design, from scratch, what a newly minted UX designer would learn in school, what would that look like? Jared will talk about the major shifts in design education and how it will forever change the way we hire, staff, and value our team members.