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Ux design for many screens seattle interactive conference 110311


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UX design for many screens including web, mobile, email, alerts, notifications, social

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Ux design for many screens seattle interactive conference 110311

  1. 1. My head is going to explode if we add another screen @tamccann @gist #sorryimissedtheparty
  2. 2. UXVisual + Functional + Coder + Writer + Marketer + Psychologist
  3. 3. You need to be where your users are…
  4. 4. Dashboard – what I need to know about my network 5
  5. 5. Social Profile – everything I need 6
  6. 6. Inside Outlook – integrated with my workflow 7
  7. 7. Inside Gmail– integrated with my workflow 8
  8. 8. Mobile – smart, relevant information, on the go 9
  9. 9. 10Go native for now, sprinkle in web/experiment
  10. 10. Words are design too… Tell people what to do (e.g. search) Do not duplicate what is already there Focus on associations (their friends name) Don’t make me think about what to say
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  13. 13. Mobile – smart, relevant information, on the go
  14. 14. Inside sales could…
  15. 15. Inside sales could…
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  17. 17. Tomorrow you should do… Expand your thoughts to include more screens Shrink what you want to build/screen Discover the emotional moments of value Review all the words in your apps Blend in social actions, add friends Refocus on email, alerts and notifications Then do less again
  18. 18. « We know now that the source of wealth is something specifically human : knowledge. Applied to tasks that we already know how to do, it becomes productivity. Applied to tasks that are new and different we call it innovation. Only knowledge allows us to achieve these two goals. » @tamccann Peter Drucker #iwillbeatthepartytonight of the XXIst Century-1999 Management challenges