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ETUG Spring 2013 - Designing for Touch: Not Just for Mobile Anymore
 

ETUG Spring 2013 - Designing for Touch: Not Just for Mobile Anymore

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While student use of tablets and mobile phones continues to experience tremendous growth, touchscreens are destined for even broader use with the release of such products as Windows 8 and the Google ...

While student use of tablets and mobile phones continues to experience tremendous growth, touchscreens are destined for even broader use with the release of such products as Windows 8 and the Google Chomebook Pixel. In this session user experience consultant Paul Hibbitts shares some of his core design techniques and principles to create touch-friendly websites. Techniques such as user stories and responsive design sketching will be explored, along with touchscreen interaction design principles.

In addition to discussion, participants will undertake several workshop activities. While not required, participants are encouraged to bring a touch-enabled device along with a notebook to the session.

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