You’ll create innovative, intuitive forms on mobile once you learn its constraints and opportunities. Get ready to become a more tactical designer!
You’re already designing web forms. Now learn how they work on mobile, from native controls and smart defaults to inherent capabilities per device.
Get the data that will persuade your team to prioritize mobile forms and you’ll gain confidence that you can design effective inputs beyond the web.
If you’re looking for a hands-on workshop that digs into mobile forms, then look no further; Luke is going to help you design innovative mobile forms that actually help users input data. And it all starts with his explanation of what makes mobile work.
He’ll then use case studies of typical form experiences—from registration to checkout—as illustrations on how to make mundane data input fun using features unique to mobile. You’ll start thinking about your phone’s camera and geo-location functionality in new ways, and that’s a great thing.
Luke will also describe how to structure your inputs to be as error tolerant as possible. You’ll get your hands dirty by digging into input components, masks, and validations that can make or break whether users complete their objectives.
After several anecdotes and hands-on exercises, Luke will guide you through a process of prioritizing which elements to include in your designs. Under his lead, you’ll make your core business work on mobile so you—and your boss, team, and users—will see smart mobile design in-action.
Luke Wroblewski may need no introduction since he’s the most well-respected, active, and gracious mobile designer on Earth, but we’ll do one anyway.
In his sought-after and consistently sold-out workshops, Luke champions the notion of “mobile design first” to attendees hungry for his domain expertise. He even used this approach to launch his own startup, Bagcheck. (Twitter acquired Bagcheck nine months later.)
Luke is the author of the popular Mobile First, which includes topics you’ll learn in this workshop. He also wrote Web Form Design and Site-Seeing: A Visual Approach to Web Usability, both focusing on the intersection of product and customer experiences across media.
Past attendees rate Luke as a top speaker; they appreciate his frank perspectives on everything from global trends in mobile to detailed implementation techniques. So prepare yourself to hear an informed, balanced approach to designing for mobile from the best teacher in our industry.