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UI / UX Design

UI / UX Design

If your job title is UI Designer, you might start thinking about a new one. Why? Because the future belongs to UI-less interactions. Internet of Things has arrived, and with it the context provided by sensors, beacons, and connected devices, effectively blurring the lines between physical and digital. This means human-machine interaction will soon venture far beyond the confines of a screen and it’s high time to embrace that shift.

Presentation, UI / UX Design, Web Design

The hardest part of design is presenting work. We’ve seen people who’ve done amazing work get up in front of a client and lay eggs. We’ve also seen people do mediocre work and wrap clients around their little finger. Optimally, you want to do good work and present it well. We’d rather have a good designer who can present well than a great designer who can’t. Work that can’t be sold is as ineffective as the designer who can’t sell it. Presenting is a core design skill. In this session, Mike will go over the most common mistakes designers make when presenting their work, and how to avoid them.

UI / UX Design, Web Design

Craig Sullivan shares his insights, best practices and do's and don'ts for A/B testing. All based off of 10 years experience in this field.

UI / UX Design, Web Design

Engineering a website is equal parts vision and adaptation...responding both to how users navigate the site and what new goals of the organization have emerged. Rochelle King, the senior designer at Spotify, was recently challenged to combine the many mismatched interfaces of Spotify into a single harmonious layout. She walks us through the process of redesigning a major website, revealing best practices for navigating the relationship between designers, data, and the people for whom it is built.

Inspiration, UI / UX Design

David McCandless turns complex data sets, like worldwide military spending, media buzz, and Facebook status updates, into beautiful, simple diagrams that tease out unseen patterns and connections. Good design, he suggests, is the best way to navigate information glut -- and it may just change the way we see the world.