UIE Virtual Seminar Presentation (How does this work?)
poetpainter.comLength: 90 minutes
Micro-moments are the smallest units of interaction in an online experience; like when Kayak.com automatically activates the return-date calendar after you’ve entered your departure date. It’s so smart!
Do you want to find your micro-moments and make frictionless experiences from them?
Of course you do! And consider Stephen Anderson your Sherlock Holmes, because he’s the detective who identifies micro-moments and maps them to bigger customer journeys. He’ll tell you how to design interactions as conversations that you can anticipate and direct. Plus, you’ll learn how to integrate micro-moment design into your existing workflow.
You'll see real examples of why micro-moments make people very happy or very frustrated.
You'll hear why Stephen thinks our UX industry is going down some dangerous paths.
You’ll stop using the information architecture as the driving force behind your designs.
If you want a no-nonsense approach to UX design—one that doesn’t get distracted by checkboxes or diluted deliverables—then you need to attend this seminar.So what are you waiting for?
Even though Stephen P. Anderson is based in Dallas, he doesn’t take a Texas-sized approach to designing interactions—as this seminar title illustrates. But he *has* made a Texas-sized impact on the way many of us work today.
Stephen is the man behind Mental Notes card deck—a tool that’s widely used by product teams to apply psychology to interaction design. He also authored Seductive Interaction Design, which answers the question: “How do we get people to fall in love with
When he’s not directing experience design at an education startup, he’s consulting and leading workshops to help organizations manage creative teams, create interactive visualizations, and design better
There’s real insight in Stephen's thinking, which he’s tested out in his project work for folks like Frito-Lay, Chesapeake Energy, Sabre Travel Network, and Nokia. You can check out his thinking at
his site, POETPAINTER.
Oh, and he’s been a fan favorite of past UIE seminars—so we know you’ll love every minute of this one, too.
These seminars are great, thanks! We sometimes have staff members who are unable to attend the live seminar, and with access to the recorded content, anyone on the team can watch in the future.