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How can you recognize and create the great UX your customers will rave about? Can you teach software developers to understand, appreciate and design exceptional UX?

Attendees will learn to break down and understand great UX. They'll learn the difference between good vs outstanding UX as well as simple and useful methods and techniques to design awesome, delightful UX and teach it to software developers.

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UX Design for Developers | Oleg Gutsol, 500px UX Design for Developers | Oleg Gutsol, 500px Presentation Transcript

  • UX for developers
  • Oleg gutsol, 500px
  • UX What is it? View slide
  • Good User experience View slide
  • 1. Easy to understand 2. Delivers on what’s expected 3. Difficult to misuse
  • Outstanding User experience
  • Intuitive, familiar — doesn’t require to change habits
  • Delights the user, delivers the WOW
  • Inseparable from the product
  • Creates an emotional bond with the user
  • It’s not about features, it’s about how it makes you feel
  • All aspects of your business need to be aligned with the desire to create great user experience
  • Sometimes, it’s more art than science
  • BAD User experience
  • 1. Confuses the user 2. Inconsistent in any way 3. Creates a dissonance with the expect
  • BREAKING DOWN UX
  • PERSONAL PREFERENCES
  • — Simplicity vs Complexity — No multitasking, one thing at a time — (No) skeuomorphism
  • Thinking like a developer and teaching developers think like great designers
  • Developers need to get better at design
  • No MVP, build Minimum Delightful Product
  • Pay attention to the small details
  • Simplicity – do less, practice Zen, be lazy with features
  • Be fast
  • Think about the edge cases
  • WHY DESIGN GREAT UX?
  • — Your users will love you — Higher engagement — More $$ — Ultimately, success
  • and, you will make the world better :)
  • READING MATERIAL
  • Thank s! Oleg Gutsol http://500px.co m og@500px.com