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Recorded Event: User Interface 20 Talks from the conference

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UX experts from the October 2015 User Interface 20 Conference help you create experiences that engage and delight your users.

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Nathan Curtis

A Tour of Today’s Online Style Guides

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Nathan Curtis

What You’ll Learn

  • Why examples are important and the best places to find inspiration for your style guide
  • How to create style guides even when you don’t have time
  • How to see your style guide with a critical eye for the purpose of fine-tuning
  • How to understand what your organization needs from your style guide
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Jenn Lukas

Let’s Talk About Responsive Images and Performance

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Jenn Lukas

What You’ll Learn

  • The role of performance and image size, and strategies to deal with them
  • How to approach art direction across screen sizes from content, design, and technological angles
  • Image formats—like SVG and WebM—to get the best performing image for each scenario
  • How to deliver assets and code samples for implementation on the web
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Jeff Gothelf

A 5-Year Review of Lean UX

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Jeff Gothelf

What You’ll Learn

  • Agile UX: reduce confusion on agile teams and aim for good, iterative, user-centric designs
  • The brain of the agile process: create a foundation for evidence-based decisions—what to build, why, and how much design work is required
  • Possible in almost every environment: Lean UX is a framework capable of shaping itself to fit your needs
  • Ready for you to adopt: learn 2–3 tactics to share with your team and make the shift to integrate Lean UX
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Bruce McCarthy

Curing Shiny Object Syndrome: Prioritization Best Practices

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Bruce McCarthy

What You’ll Learn

  • How to bring disparate stakeholders together under a common framework
  • How to move past opinion, emotion, and personal agendas to set smart business goals
  • How to separate the merely good ideas from the truly great ones
  • How focusing on your goals and achieving success can transform your stakeholders into your biggest cheerleaders