UIE Virtual Seminar Presentation (How does this work?)
Global MoxieLength: 90 minutes
If you’ve ever seen a child pick up and use an iPad, then you already have seen the intuitive power of touch in interface design. In today’s mobile world, gestures allow us to create experiences for fingers and thumbs rather than mice and cursors.
But what are the new rules of touch-screen design? And how can we establish a new gestural language that everyone understands?
Get the answers from Josh Clark, mobile design expert and author of Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps. He’ll teach you all about designing for manipulation—so are you ready to “level up?”
You’ll see examples of traditional workarounds that inhibit user adoption.
You’ll establish a gesture vocabulary that benefits everyone—especially your users.
You’ll reward users with more advanced features for “leveling up” and “powering up.”
You’ll learn the magic of integrating abstract gestures into your designs.
Today’s technologies immerse us in increasingly tactile experiences. The question is, do you want to be a part of that massive evolution?
If the answer is a solid “yes,” then you can’t afford to miss this seminar.
Josh Clark isn’t a typical designer. That is, unless you think a typical designer is a top iPhone and iPad app usability consultant who created a content management system that’s specific to designers, wrote Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps, a renowned book for O’Reilly Media, and traveled the world to lead sell-out workshops.
Josh’s talks are consistently crowd pleasers thanks to his dynamic personality, precise instruction, and pragmatic application techniques. You’ll never look at interface design the same way again—and you’ll love it. For more, follow Josh on Twitter.
The fact that we could access the archived seminar after the live class was great. My team finds a great deal of value from these seminars. All in all, a great offering.