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Atlanta UXers – Get Ready for a Day of UX Awesomeness

UX Thursday – The one and only local, full day conference designed just for user experience pros is on its way to Atlanta! UIE and Vitamin T have joined forces to bring you a great group of Atlanta UX luminaries for a day of real-life case studies. Plus you’ll hear two fantastic keynote presentations from […]

Conducting Usability Research for Mobile Apps

Mobile changes everything about how we conduct usability research. With the right strategy, we can quickly understand our users’ behavior, wherever they are. Join Cyd Harrell at the UX Immersion Mobile Conference, April 7-9 in Denver to learn the latest techniques for interviewing, gathering data, and involving your entire team. You’ll learn how to: Lead […]

Improve Communication With Your Remote Team

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 […]

Workflow on Responsive Web Design Projects

The old workflow of designing for the desktop and a tablet, working up images in Photoshop or Fireworks, falls apart with responsive design. With the growing number of mobile devices, how do you design for the multitude of screen sizes? What priority will elements take on shrinking screens? How can designers make their intentions clear […]

Wireframes – A January 30 Virtual Seminar on Choosing the Right Strategy

The virtual seminar series is put together with your design challenges in mind.  We chase down the most important topics, and find the leading experts to show you the important how tos associated with the topic. Our next is one we’ve been chasing for some time. Wait no longer. On January 30, Chris Farnum presents Choosing […]

Brad Frost – Creating Responsive Interfaces

Frameworks and design patterns are no strangers in the world of web design. As responsive web design becomes common practice, making sure these templates work across every imaginable screen and device is trickier. There have been attempts to break down page elements in separate modules, but you often never see it fully assembled.

Jason Grigsby – Responsive Web Design with Mobile in Mind

With the mobile web, specifically m dot sites increasingly becoming a thing of the past, responsive web design has become common practice. The ability for your site to display across screen sizes and devices, reduces development time and allows for one design to work anywhere. However, this shouldn’t signal a shift away from mobile-first thinking.

Coding Prototypes, Even if You’ve Never Tried

An hour of prototyping can save days of meetings and misunderstandings. Collaborate with developers earlier to refine interactions; your team — and users — will thank you for it. Let Nate Schutta take the scare out of using JavaScript and jQuery to build mobile prototypes, using HTML and CSS in a text editor, and debugging […]

Nate Schutta – Coding Mobile Prototypes

The “designer who can code” has been dubbed the elusive unicorn of the UX realm. But more important than being equally good at both skill sets is being able to communicate with the other side. If designers understand even a little bit about code it breaks down silos within the team. Greater communication leads to shared understanding. This collaborative environment allows for faster iteration and better design.

Managing Content Sprawl

Information architecture is more than just navigation or structure. Instead, it’s how your users find you, understand you, and continue interacting with your company over time. If flexibility in content publishing is a key goal for your team, then it’s time to try taxonomy-driven design.  On January 9, in her virtual seminar, Managing Content Sprawl, Stephanie […]