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Adam Connor & Aaron Irizarry – Collaboration through Design Studio and Critique

Structure aids collaboration and helps achieve consensus. If everyone is participating in a structured environment, you begin with a greater level of understanding. Using a design studio as a process can get everyone on the team communicating and moving in the same direction.

Selling UI17 to the Boss – The Benefits of Attending

Convincing your boss to spend $1,500-$3,000 to send you to the User Interface 17 Conference is no easy task. Your boss wants to see the total costs and how this conference will benefit the organization. In part 2 of of our 2 part series, you’ll learn how to explain the benefits of attending UI17 to […]

Calculating Your Cost to Attend the User Interface 17 Conference

There are likely two main pieces of information your boss needs to decide whether or not to send you to the User Interface Conference (in Boston, Nov. 5-7). Cost and benefits. In this first post of our 2 part series, we’ll cover cost. There’s no way around it, conferences can be expensive. Your boss wants […]

UIE’s Most Popular Resource & Information Tweets from July 22-28

Here’s a recap of the resources and information we shared on Twitter last week. Mobile Half way down this article is a good infographic on how tablet shoppers are changing online sales. Some good stats too. Some great examples of creative design in mobile apps in this article. Defining a useful reference set for cross […]

Aaron Gustafson – Adapting Your Designs with Progressive Enhancement

It’s difficult to predict how users will access your designs and your content. More and more, people are connecting to the internet through some sort of mobile device. Using the latest advances in HTML and CSS can leave aspects of your site incompatible with some browsers. How do you ensure that you’re providing a good experience to your users over a broad spectrum of scenarios?

UI17: Just 63 Spots Left at the $1,349 Price

Seats are moving fast for the User Interface 17 Conference. Once these 63 seats are gone, the price goes up $300. Take advantage of the lowest price and register now for UI17 in Boston, November 5-7. Daylong Workshops Are the Core of the Conference This year’s line-up is our best ever. You’ll choose from 8 […]

UIE’s Most Popular Resource & Information Tweets from July 8-14

Here’s a recap of the resources and information we shared on Twitter last week. Design The real problem with redesigns – As usual, awesome notes from @lukeW on our own @jmspool’s Presentation. New article from Jared Spool: Designing What’s Never Been Done Before Mobile RT @sixrevisions: Native App vs. Mobile Web App: A Quick Comparison […]

Tools to Make You a Stronger UX Pro

Get your free designer’s tool kit when you register by August 3, 2012. Not only does the User Interface 17 Conference dive deep into important UX topics, we’ll also supply you with a special designer’s tool kit when you register by August 3. Your tool kit goodies include A sketchpad loaded with different templates to […]

5 Reasons You Should Attend the User Interface 17 Conference

We could list dozens of reasons why you should attend the User Interface 17 conference in Boston, November 5-7. But we know you’re busy, so here are the top five for you. 1. Two full-days of intensive, deep dive workshops Each day you’ll be immersed with one of the UX experts learning the critical skills, […]

Up Your UX Game with UI17′s Full-Day Workshops

We’re a bit giddy about the UX talent giving full-day workshops at this year’s User Interface 17 Conference in Boston, November 5-7. This year’s conference will up your UX game. You’ll acquire new advanced design techniques, learn about effective team-based processes, and dive into multi-device solutions. It’s 3 days you don’t want to miss. These […]