Building immersive experiences: Usability you can really use

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Combine the finer points of design with existing development know-how to craft user experiences for multiple platforms. Work through a real-life design challenge and apply design principles, patterns, …

Combine the finer points of design with existing development know-how to craft user experiences for multiple platforms. Work through a real-life design challenge and apply design principles, patterns, and a proven process to create an immersive experience. This is an interactive workshop to jump start your next project.

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  • 1. Building ImmersiveExperiences K.C.Teis Director of Experience Bill Scott Director UX Engineering, Netflix Sr. Director of Web Development, PayPal
  • 2. What’s an Immersive Experience?
  • 3. What’s an Immersive Experience?
  • 4. What’s an Immersive Experience?
  • 5. What’s an Immersive Experience?
  • 6. This is not an Immersive ExperienceAnti-Pattern: Metaphors Gone Wild
  • 7. How Do I Make One?Think like a designer EMPATHIZE IDEATE DEFINE PROTOTYPE TEST
  • 8. EmpathizeObserve, Engage, Immerse
  • 9. DefineStated design vision based on theproblem
  • 10. Example Get ‘Design into the Wild’
  • 11. IdeateGenerate a large quantity of ideas6-8-5 six to eight concepts, in five minutes, then present
  • 12. PrototypeValidate ideas with a physical form
  • 13. PrototypeValidate lots of ideas
  • 14. TestRefine and improve our solutions “Prototype like you know you’re right. Test like you you know you are wrong.”
  • 15. More ResourcesJust in case you want to learn s’more Simple and Usable Prototyping: A Practitioners Guide Designing with the Design in Mind d.school, Institute of Design at Stanford, Bootleg Bootcamp Designing Web Interfaces (Bill Scott & Theresa Neil) Kevin Cheng – Understanding Concepts Through Comics Bootstrap PDF
  • 16. Follow us• K.C. Teis• Bill Scott • @billwscott on twitter • billwscott on all social networks • http://designingwebinterfaces.com • http://looksgoodworkswell.com
  • 17. Questions?