UX Immersion: Interactions 2017

UX Immersion: Interactions 2017

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Sail Beyond Your Limits in Interaction Design


New Techniques for Designing the Right Things

  • Lead the team and stakeholders to constructive cross-functional collaboration
  • Map out the design space to gain stakeholder alignment
  • Model outcomes to provide a clear design vision

New Methods for Designing the Things Right

  • Integrate animation and motion into dynamic fluid experiences
  • Drive simpler enterprise apps by conquering unnecessary complexity
  • Identify opportunities and inspire growth through measured success

New practices and techniques meet theory and expertise at UX Immersion: Interactions. Clear-cut direction on specific actions and specific skills. Breakthrough methods you’ll apply immediately.

Move beyond inspiration and immerse yourself. Six industry leaders teach master-grade workshops on groundbreaking interaction design skills you won’t find anywhere else.

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Jim Kalbach

Building Consensus by Mapping Experiences

You’ll learn…

  • Get practical advice on how mapping experiences can lead to strategic conversations in your organization
  • Learn specific techniques that you can use to facilitate design conversations with business leaders
  • Gain advice on how to leverage your design skills to influence business strategy and change organizations
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Hagan Rivers

Elephant in a Teapot: Enterprise Apps on Small Screens

You’ll learn…

  • Understand the value of a library of design patterns that will help you take large components like tables, searching, filtering, and forms to smaller spaces
  • Get patterns in your design process that can help you develop and refine your ideas
  • Learn how to apply an understanding of user tasks and behaviors to your application designs
  • Discover where small screens surface what is most important, while larger ones define a workspace
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Headshot of Jeff Gothelf
Jeff Gothelf

Scaling Lean: Project, Program, Portfolio

You’ll learn…

  • Understand objectives and key results (OKRs) that keep the customer at the center of the conversation, at all levels of your organization
  • Get four principles to stay customer-centric and evidence-based as teams and companies grow
  • Learn how to lead growing teams who are interested in working in a Lean/Agile way
  • Discover why there is no silver bullet to scaling Lean/Agile practices
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