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Jeff Gothelf – Axe Requirements-driven Product Design Live!

There’s a traditional way of building a product. Normally there’s a huge time investment made as you come up with the idea, design, build and re-build until it’s released. At this point you’re hoping this solution solves the users’ problems, and also that it doesn’t crash and burn. And if it does fail, there’s going to be some hell to pay.

Ben Callahan – Structuring Your Workflow for Responsive Web Design

As responsive web design becomes more prevalent, our approach to designing for the web is changing. With former assumptions, as dismissive as they may have been, that the web was a fixed width, it was easier to have a more linear workflow. With the need for the web to reconfigure and adapt to different devices and displays, designers and developers need to adapt to changing workflows.

Get yours now — 13 hours of recordings from the UI18 Conference

UI18 OnDemand gets you front row access to 10 UX experts sharing best practices and cutting edge techniques on advanced design processes, flexible team-based techniques, and meaningful data display. Recordings include: Stephen Anderson – Help Users Decide Is your phone bill easy or enjoyable to read? Help users make decisions more easily by displaying your […]

Karen McGrane – Mobile Strategies for Your Content

Ensuring that your site is responsive or adaptive is becoming essential to your mobile design strategy. With the plethora of devices available, users want to be able to access your site on whichever one they’re using. The days of the separate mobile site are gone. But as your design is reflowing to display perfectly across devices, what’s happening to your content?

Mobile UX Design That Delights

How often do you start researching a product, reading an article, or listening to a podcast on one device and finish up on another? Common, right? Well your users are doing it too, and if you’re not creating delightful, cross-platform experiences—you’re likely to lose them. The increasing use of mobile devices makes designing sites and […]

Cyd Harrell – The Challenges of Usability Testing Mobile Apps

As much as we may like to pretend, there is nothing natural about usability testing. There’s always a level of concentration involved that likely wouldn’t be present in a natural setting. This “unnaturalness” is magnified when testing mobile applications. Users have to focus on things like posture and how they’re holding the device while trying to interact with it realistically.

9 Seminars Addressing Your Top UX Challenges

During the first half of 2014, you’ll hear the latest thinking from the best speakers in the user experience design community. Get your team into all 9 live seminars from January through June. We have some great presenters and topics lined up for you. With these educational events on your team’s calendar, you’re sure to […]

Just 51 Spots Left at the $1,389 Price for UX Immersion Mobile Conference

UXIM 2014 will sell out again. Get your spot now at the $1389 rate. With more users accessing your sites and products via mobile, it’s critical to provide a strongly integrated experience. These UX luminaries will provide you with intensive, game-changing material that will change how you think about and design for mobile. Brad Frost […]

Responsive Web Design Workflow – A December 12 Virtual Seminar

Stephen Hay has developed a practical approach to improving your responsive web design workflow. On December 12, he’ll share it with your team. With new ease, you’ll go from text content to wireframes, deciding on breakpoints, and creating browser mockups before topping it all off with style guidelines. You’ll learn how to: Start with the […]

At $1,389, UXIM 2014 will sell out fast so get your spot now

If creating designs that function across multiple devices is important to you, then you’ll want a seat at the UX Immersion Mobile Conference in Denver, April 7-9, 2014 (Pssst. Last year sold out.) Designing for cross-platform experiences affects every phase of your projects — user research, content flow, page break-up and patterns, and the ways […]