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WordPress and the Future of UX

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Consider the user when creating websites and front-end design experiences. WordPress is a great tool and the future of ux might depend on it!

Consider the user when creating websites and front-end design experiences. WordPress is a great tool and the future of ux might depend on it!

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  • 1. THE FUTURE OF UXFUTURE
  • 2. CODY LANDEFELD DIRECTOR @ Mode Effect ! UX & WordPress ! 12+ YEARS IN DESIGN/WEB 8+ YEARS IN WORDPRESS @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 3. WHAT IS UX?UX “User Experience” encompasses all aspects of the end-user’s interaction with the company, service, or products. “Usability” is a quality attribute of the UI, covering whether the system is easy to learn, efficient to use, pleasant, etc. Also extremely important work in conjunction with “User Experience.” @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 4. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ------ --- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 5. Was our experience with services and products better or worse pre-internet? PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ------ --- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 6. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ------ --- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 7. @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ------ --- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST
  • 8. Which product or service did you have the best “experience” with before the internet? PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ------ --- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 9. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE --- ----- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 10. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE --- ----- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 11. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE --- ----- -- - UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST Remember this drill? @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 12. Remember when cell phones were just phones? UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE --- ----- -- - @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 13. UX OF THE PASTTHE PAST PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE --- ----- -- - @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 14. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- - UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 15. Transitioning to the web: ! “The internet makes things easier and difficult at the same time.” UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- -@codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 16. UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- -
  • 17. Focus on usability: ! Everything is about the user. The customer experience on every device needs to be optimal. UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- -@codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 18. UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- -@codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 19. Everyone has a computer and uses the web. The web needs to be easier to use. But it requires strategy and thought to make it usable. UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- -@codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 20. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ------ --- -- - “If the user can’t use it, It dosen’t work.” -SUSAN DRAY @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 21. The web is being used on multiple devices (via smartinsights.com) UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- -@codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 22. Web usage continues to become more segmented (via smartinsights.com) UX OF THE PRESENTTHE PRESENT PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - --- ------ --- -@codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 23. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - -- --- ----- - UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 24. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - -- --- ----- - UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE What does the future hold? ! Tomorrow insists on more segmentation & fragmentation. ! Computers // Phones // Tablets // Phablets // Etc. @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 25. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - -- --- ----- - UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE What role can the designer play in this? @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 26. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - -- --- ----- - UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE As designers, we need to design for the web humanely. @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 27. “A user should not be kept waiting unnecessarily is an obvious and humane design principle. It is also humane not to hurry a user; the more general principle is: Users should set the pace of an interaction.” ! -JEFF RASKIN @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE - -- --- ----- -
  • 28. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ! - -- --- ----- UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE
  • 29. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ! - -- --- ----- UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 30. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ! - -- --- ----- UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE
  • 31. PAST YESTERDAY PRESENT TOMORROW FUTURE ! - -- --- ----- UX OF THE FUTURETHE FUTURE What does this mean for the designer? ! @codyl // codyl.com // #wcmia
  • 32. “All our work is never over...” -DAFT PUNK
  • 33. Thanks. !