These slides are from a one-day tutorial presented at the UXPA 2013 conference. The class is designed to help product teams bridge the gap between applications that look great or are highly functional.
This class provides guidelines and examples about how to make visual design decisions that reinforce usability best practices and create interfaces that people value. Participants learn the characteristics of “visually usable” apps to know what to shoot for, and get an introduction to the visual design “tools” for digital apps – layout, type, color, imagery, and controls and affordances – and how to use them to create appealing applications people can easily understand and use.
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