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UX & UI Exchange 2015

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Slides from the 2015 User Experience (UX) & User Interface (UI) Exchange. The event included a variety of presentations and hands-on activities, in addition to networking opportunities with other industry professionals, all focused on user experience, user interface / visual design, icon design, interaction design, information architecture, and usability research. Co-Hosted by Esri (www.esri.com) and San Diego Experience Design group (www.meetup.com/s-d-x-d/)

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UX & UI Exchange 2015

  1. 1. User Experience & User Interface Exchange #uxuiexchange
  2. 2. Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors StickerMule POP – Prototyping on Paper SILVER SPONSORS CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS CO-HOSTED BY
  3. 3. www.teksystems.com pconway@TEKsystems.com UX & UI Exchange Silver Sponsor
  4. 4. UX & UI Exchange Silver Sponsor
  5. 5. @DesignLabUCSD d.ucsd.edu UX & UI Exchange Contributing Sponsor
  6. 6. Co-Hosted By:
  7. 7. Initial activities • The Marshmallow Challenge - Icebreaker: Marshmallows & Spaghetti tower building • Expectation Sticky Notes
  8. 8. Opening & Introductions
  9. 9. Welcome #uxuiexchange User Experience & User Interface Exchange 2015
  10. 10. Welcome #uxuiexchange User Experience & User Interface Exchange 2015 Hello
  11. 11. Who traveled the furthest?
  12. 12. Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors StickerMule POP – Prototyping on Paper SILVER SPONSORS CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS CO-HOSTED BY
  13. 13. Schedule #uxuiexchange • 6:00pm – 6:15pm Opening Activity/Ice-Breaker and Expectations Sticky Notes • 6:15pm – 6:45pm Welcome, Introductions, and Sponsors • 6:45pm – 7:45pm Hands-on Brainstorming Activity • 7:45pm – 8:00pm Group Presentations from Hands-on Brainstorming Activity • 8:00pm – 8:20pm Wrap Up and Conclusion • 8:20pm – 9:00pm Networking and Open Discussion
  14. 14. About Esri & our Interactive team @EsriInteractive
  15. 15. User Conference #UnitedWeMap
  16. 16. What we do Develop GIS software
  17. 17. Esri headquarters Redlands, CA USA
  18. 18. Our users Sustainable development
  19. 19. A global company 130+ countries
  20. 20. Interactive Teams Esri Interactive Team User Interface Design Icon Design User Experience Usability Research
  21. 21. UX & UI Principles
  22. 22. Marketing: Esri.com
  23. 23. Marketing: Web-based Apps
  24. 24. Products (Integrated & Focused) Product Teams Developer Product Engineer Product ManagementUX & UI Creative Lab Product Marketing
  25. 25. Products: Native Apps
  26. 26. Products: Web / Online
  27. 27. Products: Desktop Software
  28. 28. Research
  29. 29. Events
  30. 30. About Esri & our Interactive team @EsriInteractive
  31. 31. San Diego Experience Design
  32. 32. @xdsandiego
  33. 33. @xdsandiego
  34. 34. Sponsors
  35. 35. Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors StickerMule POP – Prototyping on Paper SILVER SPONSORS CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS CO-HOSTED BY
  36. 36. www.teksystems.com pconway@TEKsystems.com UX & UI Exchange Silver Sponsor
  37. 37. UX & UI Exchange Silver Sponsor
  38. 38. @DesignLabUCSD d.ucsd.edu UX & UI Exchange Contributing Sponsor
  39. 39. Hands-on Brainstorming Activity
  40. 40. Hands-on Activity Themes / Topics: (each breakout group to choose 1 theme) • Intergalactic Space Travel App • UX & UI Professional Networking App • Zombie Safety Locator App
  41. 41. Hands-on Activity Format: • Initial ideation & brainstorming 5 minutes • Level 1: Designs for App interface & experience 10 minutes • Level 2: Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 3: Clustering of Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 4: Popups for map 10 minutes • Prep-materials for Presentation Displays 15 minutes
  42. 42. Hands-on Activity Themes / Topics: Star Date 41148. You and your team are on a large research and transport ship, the ArcGIS Space Observatory 5, transporting citizens between Terra 1 (Earth) and Terra 2 (New Earth). Your team is responsible for navigation and spatial awareness as you travel throughout the galaxy. The ship abruptly drops out of warp drive while traveling to Terra 1. The ship’s cruising engine still remains functional. Your team has been asked to find a suitable place to land on a nearby planet or moon while repairs are done to the warp engine. Crews on outposts near or on Terra 1 have been contacted to assist with repairs. They have asked your team to send coordinates once the ship has landed. In addition to finding a safe place to land, you’ve been asked to provide scans of elevation; potential exploration locations; and danger probability of the surrounding area for rover exploration, soil sampling, alien life, and atmospheric harvesting. Intergalactic Space Travel App
  43. 43. Hands-on Activity Themes / Topics: • Team Goal:  Design a paper prototype using the provided map and materials to complete all three stages of your interface design. • Stage 1 Exercise: Design your map pin.  Place three markers for options that represent a safe place to land. • Stage 2 Exercise: Design your cluster pins.  Provide clusters for places to collect atmospheric gases, minerals, and potential signs of alien life. • Stage 3 Exercise: Design your pop-up panel.  Provide coordinates to standby repair teams and elevation data of the surrounding area. Intergalactic Space Travel App
  44. 44. Hands-on Activity Themes / Topics: Your team is working on a new app for UX/UI/IA to quickly connect with coworkers and industry peers in the surrounding area and view recommended places to meet outside of the office. UX & UI Professional Networking App
  45. 45. Hands-on Activity Themes / Topics: • Team Goal:  Design a paper prototype using the provided map and materials to complete all three stages of your interface design. • Stage 1 Exercise: Design your map pin.  Place a marker for your location, professional design groups in San Diego, companies with UI/UX teams, and the best places to meet socially (e.g. happy hours, presentation rooms, workshops, weekend socials). • Stage 2 Exercise: Design your cluster pins.  Identify areas that have stacked markers or pins and provide three options that are centrally located for the group to meet up. • Stage 3 Exercise: Design your pop-up panel.  Name your three networking locations, and add a description and rating by the group. UX & UI Professional Networking App
  46. 46. Hands-on Activity Themes / Topics: Beginning September 1, 2020, a contagious virus strain from the Atlantic Ocean has spread globally within a few short months. We have gathered intelligence that infected sea life was caught and eaten by coastal civilians in the Americas, Europe, and Africa. The nature of the virus is hard to detect and spreads slowly through the body attaching itself to the vertebrae. Individuals who have eaten the infected sea life did not show any hostile signs of transformation for at least 15 days. All commercial air travel has been terminated until further notice to help contain the spread. We urge all civilians to seek safety at the nearest fort. Zombie Safety Locator App
  47. 47. Hands-on Activity Themes / Topics: • Team Goal:  Design a paper prototype using the provided map and materials to complete all three stages of your interface design.. • Stage 1 Exercise: Design your map pin.  Place markers to identify your location, safety forts within a certain radius of your location, and retail stores (to loot on the way to the fort). • Stage 2 Exercise: Design your cluster pins.  Determine population density of the forts and ride-sharing opportunities with other non- infected persons.. • Stage 3 Exercise: Design your pop-up panel.  Include information about the fort and the best chance for survival at each fort. Zombie Safety Locator App
  48. 48. Hands-on Brainstorming Activity: • Initial ideation & brainstorming 5 minutes • Level 1: Designs for App interface & experience 10 minutes • Level 2: Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 3: Clustering of Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 4: Popups for map 10 minutes • Prep-materials for Presentation Displays 15 minutes #uxuiexchange
  49. 49. Hands-on Brainstorming Activity: • Initial ideation & brainstorming 5 minutes • Level 1: Designs for App interface & experience 10 minutes • Level 2: Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 3: Clustering of Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 4: Popups for map 10 minutes • Prep-materials for Presentation Displays 15 minutes #uxuiexchange
  50. 50. Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors StickerMule POP – Prototyping on Paper SILVER SPONSORS CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS CO-HOSTED BY
  51. 51. Hands-on Brainstorming Activity: • Initial ideation & brainstorming 5 minutes • Level 1: Designs for App interface & experience 10 minutes • Level 2: Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 3: Clustering of Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 4: Popups for map 10 minutes • Prep-materials for Presentation Displays 15 minutes #uxuiexchange
  52. 52. Hands-on Brainstorming Activity: • Initial ideation & brainstorming 5 minutes • Level 1: Designs for App interface & experience 10 minutes • Level 2: Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 3: Clustering of Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 4: Popups for map 10 minutes • Prep-materials for Presentation Displays 15 minutes #uxuiexchange
  53. 53. Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors StickerMule POP – Prototyping on Paper SILVER SPONSORS CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS CO-HOSTED BY
  54. 54. Hands-on Brainstorming Activity: • Initial ideation & brainstorming 5 minutes • Level 1: Designs for App interface & experience 10 minutes • Level 2: Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 3: Clustering of Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 4: Popups for map 10 minutes • Prep-materials for Presentation Displays 15 minutes #uxuiexchange
  55. 55. Hands-on Brainstorming Activity: • Initial ideation & brainstorming 5 minutes • Level 1: Designs for App interface & experience 10 minutes • Level 2: Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 3: Clustering of Map Pins 10 minutes • Level 4: Popups for map 10 minutes • Prep-materials for Presentation Displays 15 minutes #uxuiexchange
  56. 56. Conclusion
  57. 57. (we’ll get to the Presentation Displays in just a moment  ) Conclusion
  58. 58. Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors StickerMule POP – Prototyping on Paper SILVER SPONSORS CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS CO-HOSTED BY
  59. 59. Co-Hosted By:
  60. 60. Mark your calendars! Wednesday June 29th 2016 *tentative date, subject to change User Experience & User Interface Exchange 2016 http://esriurl.com/uxuiexchange2016
  61. 61. Thank you for attending • Please find your “Expectation Sticky Notes” and move them to one of the categories:  Expectations Not Met  Expectations Partially Met  Expectations Met  Expectations Exceeded
  62. 62. …around the room to browse the Presentation Displays “Roaming Review”
  63. 63. Networking and Open Discussion #uxuiexchange
  64. 64. Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors StickerMule POP – Prototyping on Paper SILVER SPONSORS CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS CO-HOSTED BY
  65. 65. www.teksystems.com pconway@TEKsystems.com UX & UI Exchange Silver Sponsor
  66. 66. UX & UI Exchange Silver Sponsor
  67. 67. @DesignLabUCSD d.ucsd.edu UX & UI Exchange Contributing Sponsor
  68. 68. Co-Hosted By:
  69. 69. Mark your calendars! Wednesday June 29th 2016 *tentative date, subject to change User Experience & User Interface Exchange 2016 http://esriurl.com/uxuiexchange2016

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