Design Patterns

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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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Brad Frost

Working With Atomic Design

You’ll learn…

  • Identify the basic design elements that make up your website
  • Use these elements to create smart, scalable, maintainable designs
  • Convince everyone back at the office to ditch ad-hoc design and embrace a pattern-based workflow
  • Unite disparate teams and departments to build designs that deliver a consistent experience across multiple platforms
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Samuel Hulick

Growing Your Userbase with Better Onboarding

Frustration drives people to sign up for products in hopes of improving their lives. The space between the intolerable “before” and the ideal “after” is your project’s “improvement trajectory.” And once this is defined, it’s easier to identify key moments in the customer journey and match them to design patterns.

Samuel shares strategies that help you stop hemorrhaging signups. You’ll learn to create quality onboarding experiences that target your users’ frustrations and move them from A to B in their lives, instead of just A to B in your app.

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Bill Scott

Designing Rich Interactive Experiences

You’ll learn…

  • Build smart user interfaces that are driven by content, controls, or data.
  • Break up IA while achieving seamless flows and intuitive interactivity.
  • Improve animations by focusing on what can be simplified rather than added.
  • Create meaningful experiences by using standard design patterns in elegant ways.
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