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Snag Your Designer’s Toolkit by August 20 with Your UI20 Registration

The User Interface 20 Conference happens in Boston this November and dives deep into important UX topics. You’ll also get a special designer’s toolkit when you register by August 20. Get Your Free Designer’s Toolkit Iterate and share your thoughts in physical form with your team. Capture all your awesome ideas during and after the conference. Avoid the time drain […]

You Are the Inspiration for UI20

There’s no rest for the weary when it comes to keeping your UX design skills up to date. Constant changes are often overwhelming and at times frustrating. That’s why I designed this year’s UI20 workshop topics and speakers with you in mind. You deserve to learn from the very best on the most critical challenges you […]

UIE Newsletter: Content-First Design

In this week’s UIE newsletter, we reprint an article from Steph Hay. In it she investigates the art of interactive storytelling in the video game industry. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Game designers start with the story. What they add to the experience complements and builds on the core story; it doesn’t distract from the […]

UI20: Detailed Descriptions on All 8 UI20 Workshops

Explore the UI20 daylong workshops in great detail Monday, November 2 workshops Scenario-Driven Design by Kim Goodwin Prevent endless design debates and feature creep with a shared understanding. Service Design by Marc Stickdorn Design for every touchpoint across your customer’s entire journey. Building Scalable Design Systems and Style Guides by Nathan Curtis Build a cohesive cross-product experience with defined […]

Steph Hay – Designing with a Content-First Approach

Usability in products and websites is what most organizations strive for. The more usable the product, the more likely that people will use it. Through research and testing, you can root out many issues with clunky interactions that hinder the experience. What isn’t as immediately clear is if some perceived usability issues are actually understandability problems. Your content could be the culprit.

Jeff Gothelf – Discover What Customers Really Want with Lean UX

When some people hear the term Lean UX, they dismiss it as simply a nouveau buzzword. There can be some confusion as to its relationship to Agile, both the methodology and the adjective. Some of the biggest resistance came from the idea that Lean UX was shortcutting and lazily undoing much of the groundwork to get organizations to buy into the value of UX. But as waterfall development increasingly becomes “the old way” of doing things, teams are operating in more agile, or Lean, ways.

UI20: Save $300 When You Register by July 16

Take Advantage of the $1,475 Rate—Register by July 16 Save money and guarantee your spot in the workshops of your choice. Register for the User Interface 20 Conference, November 2–4, 2015, in Boston. But hurry because the lowest rate of $1,475 ends July 16. Your UI20 registration includes: Two daylong workshops and a day of featured talks from […]

Bruce McCarthy – UX and Product Roadmaps

Product Managers are responsible for the success of a product. As we’ve seen, UX is not misaligned with business goals, in fact it helps achieve those goals. If UX has become a necessity in terms of a driver of business, product managers need to adapt to it. Those who have a respect and understanding for the value of UX, and incorporate it into their product strategies, can better serve their users and customers, as well as the business.

Be part of a UX roundtable call when you register for UI20

Register for the User Interface 20 Conference by May 22 and you’ll participate in an hour long UX roundtable call with me. Don’t miss this chance to ask me your most burning UX questions (or even your non-burning non UX questions). Come to Boston November 2-4, 2015 for intensive workshops and talks focusing on what […]