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Patrick Hofmann's December 3 UIE Virtual Seminar.

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    Effective Use of Icons & Images Effective Use of Icons & Images Presentation Transcript

    • Effective Use of Icons & Images A UIE Virtual Seminar Thursday, December 3, 2009 Patrick Hofmann UX Designer • Sydney Register your team today at: http://www.uie.com/events/virtual_seminars/
    • make icons make sense Patrick Hofmann UX Designer • Sydney
      • What is this?
      • What is this?
       In a hardware store?  In the margin of a user guide?  In a cartoon above someone’s head?
      • How do we define “cultural regions”?
      •  Political borders
      •  Languages
      •  Geographical regions
      •  Religions
      •  Gender
      •  Age
      English Français Deutsch Suomi
      • Right and wrong/ do and don’t
       Refrain from using the checkmark and X in global documents  Although Scandinavians are aware of check = correct and X = incorrect , they’re often used to mean “remove” & “select” respectively
      • Bank
      • Business
      • Beware of falling cows
      • Beware of hungry cows
    • Effective Use of Icons & Images A UIE Virtual Seminar Thursday, December 3, 2009 Patrick Hofmann UX Designer • Sydney Register your team today at: http://www.uie.com/events/virtual_seminars/