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Hot Topics in Interactive Design

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Responsive design. Gestures. Motion UX. Integrated help. Non-touch inputs. Erik Porter and Dave Rodriguez introduce the challenges and benefits of some of the hottest topics in interactive design …

Responsive design. Gestures. Motion UX. Integrated help. Non-touch inputs. Erik Porter and Dave Rodriguez introduce the challenges and benefits of some of the hottest topics in interactive design today.

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  • 1. EXECUTE WITH PURPOSE HOT TOPICS IN INTERACTIVE DESIGN
  • 2. LESLIE MOHN DIRECTOR OF USER EXPERIENCE ARCHITECTURE ERIK PORTER CREATIVE DIRECTOR DAVE RODRIGUEZ DIRECTOR OF FRONT-END DEVELOPMENT
  • 3. Responsive Design “Flat” Design Motion UX Gestures & Integrated Help Storytelling
  • 4. DESIGN EVOLUTION RESPONSIVE DESIGN Today: Desktop-first. Start with something complex. Shrink it till it breaks, then fix it. Tomorrow: Handheld first. Start with something simple. Treat everything else as an enhancement.
  • 5. DESIGN EVOLUTION RESPONSIVE DESIGN Header Module Primary Navigation Module
  • 6. DESIGN EVOLUTION INPUTS / GESTURES – TOUCH
  • 7. DESIGN EVOLUTION INTEGRATED HELP
  • 8. DESIGN EVOLUTION MOTION UX
  • 9. DESIGN EVOLUTION ISSUES – GESTURE CONFUSION gesture confusion
  • 10. DESIGN EVOLUTION INPUTS – ADD-ONS
  • 11. DESIGN EVOLUTION INPUTS – NON-TOUCH
  • 12. DESIGN EVOLUTION REMOVING COMPLEXITY • Visibility – Perceived affordances or signifiers of what to do • Feedback – Clarity that the action is taking place • Consistency – following standards and conventions • Non-destructive operations – ability to go back, and ability to undo
  • 13. See more at HANSONINC.COM/SUMMIT

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