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iPad Design Headaches: Take Two Tablets and Call Me in the Morning - 360iDev

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The iPad introduced a new style of computing, confronting designers with unfamiliar aches and pains. Learn the symptoms (and fixes) for a range of new-to-the-world iPad interface ailments, including Greedy Pixel Syndrome, the dreaded Frankeninterface, and the "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" bait and switch. Explore practical techniques and eye-opening gotchas of iPad interface design, all grounded in the ergonomics, context, psychology, and nascent culture of these new devices (both iOS and Android). The presentation inoculates you against common problems with close-up looks at successful iPad apps from early sketches to final design.

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  • Josh, can you please provide a version of your presentation saved as a PowerPoint (PPT) or PDF file for those of us not able to vew Apple Keynote files? THANKS
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  • Got to see this presentation in Austin. Great job. Lots of good stuff to think about.
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  • I included an outline of my talk in the speaker notes, and those notes are supposed to be browsable through this web interface, but they aren't showing up. You can get at those speaker notes by downloading the original Keynote file.

    Meantime, I'll check with Slideshare to see what's up with the speaker notes. (When they work, notes should show up in a tab alongside the Comments tab above. Stay tuned.)

    And hey, thanks for checking out the presentation!
    Josh
    @globalmoxie
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