Ever been caught in one of those arguments about whether labels should go above the fields on forms? Or how to indicate required fields? Or whether to put colons on the end of labels? This talk will give you insight and ammunition—and save you time in design meetings.
This session provides an in-depth review of new UX method known as a Design Studio. The Design Studio Method is a systematic approach for saturating the design space with sketched ideas. Participants will learn the method, how to apply it, and when to use it.
Many of the skills required to be a user experience designer can help you improve your technical documentation. This workshop teaches foundational information architecture skills—including heuristic evaluation, card sorting, and usability testing—to empower you to improve your technical communication and provide increased value to other parts of your organization.