Get Access to the 2014 UXIM Video Recordings Now

Get access to all 8 UX Immersion Mobile videos for just $23/month through All You Can Learn by UIE. Additionally, your subscription allows you to view any of the 170+ seminars and other conference recordings. The UXIM recording topics and speakers: Brad Frost Building Dynamic Systems from Atomic Elements Cyd Harrell Doing Pocket Research to Learn About Your Users’ Lives Karen McGrane Defining Your MobileContent Strategy Jason Grigsby Adapting to DifferentForms of Input Luke Wroblewski Mobile Behavior andDesign Trends Ben Callahan Dissecting Design Nate Schutta Choosing Which Mobile Experience to Build Jared Spool How Do We Design Designers? Get Access to the Recordings for...

Save $300 and a Spot in the Workshop You Want for UX Immersion Mobile Conference

Now is the time to register for the UX Immersion Mobile Conference in Denver, April 7-9 for two reason. On March 14 the price goes up $300 and some workshops (hint Brad Frost and Jason Grigsby) are close to selling out. Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in intensive full day, hands-on workshops geared to help you create seamless mobile user experiences. Past Attendees Say: Speakers at UXIM are at the leading edge and have broad industry experience; also depth of knowledge and experience. Duncan G. I was very happy with the format of the workshop – combination of slides/learning and actually doing exercises in a group environment. Tracy D. I enjoyed the more intimate group setting and the emphasis on tactics. I appreciated that I took away lots of practical useful information. Kim M. The Speakers Make the Difference Six UX luminaries will give both full-day workshops and featured talks that address pressing UX mobile topics. Additionally, you’ll hear keynote presentations from Jared Spool and Luke Wroblewski. Here’s a sampling of some of the speakers and their topics. Brad Frost – Using Atomic Design to Create Responsive Interfaces Cyd Harrell – Conducting Usability Research for Mobile Apps Jason Grigsby – When Responsive Web Design Meets the Real World Use the Promotion Code BLOG and save 20% more Whether you register for a single day or all three days, you’ll save an additional 20% when you use the promotion code BLOG. Lock in the savings and register by March 13. After March 13 the price increases as much as $300....

Conducting Usability Research for Mobile Apps

Mobile changes everything about how we conduct usability research. With the right strategy, we can quickly understand our users’ behavior, wherever they are. Join Cyd Harrell at the UX Immersion Mobile Conference, April 7-9 in Denver to learn the latest techniques for interviewing, gathering data, and involving your entire team. You’ll learn how to: Lead strong mobile-research evaluations Envision studies even at the concept stage Determine when to do (or not do) usability testing Use mobile-research tools to study users’ questions Recruit users for specific operating systems Involve teams and stakeholders in the research At Cyd’s workshop, Conducting Usability Research for Mobile Apps, you’ll participate in small-group and individual activities to hone your research and interview techniques. Wear comfortable walking shoes; you’ll need them for observing mobile users on-the-go. You’ll also dig into some diary studies to see what “research platform in your pocket” means. You’ll discuss: Designing a mobile-specific research plan Collecting user data with mobile devices Conducting user interviews on-the-go Adding research — without blowing budgets Cyd’s been doing remote research since 2007. When she was at Bolt | Peters she even developed methods to broadcast remote research sessions to observation teams. Today, as the UX lead for Code for America, Cyd regularly performs research on mobile phones from low-income residents through smartphone-happy elite populations. In short, she’s The Expert. So don’t miss her at UXIM14. A Tool No UX Designer Should Be Without One of the tools Cyd uses for remote usability studies is her document camera. It’s a great way to have remote teams participate and to permanently capture the study. Get your own IPEVO...

Mobile UX Design That Delights

How often do you start researching a product, reading an article, or listening to a podcast on one device and finish up on another? Common, right? Well your users are doing it too, and if you’re not creating delightful, cross-platform experiences—you’re likely to lose them. The increasing use of mobile devices makes designing sites and apps more complex. To design for the user, you have to completely change the way you use to work and learn new tools, techniques, and patterns for success. We’ve created a conference that focuses on the skills you need to create pleasing experiences for your customers regardless of the device they use. At the UX Immersion Mobile Conference, you’ll be led by industry experts on an intense dive into game-changing, mobile UX challenges. Brad Frost will focus on establishing a practical foundation and workflow so your team can build responsive, adaptive interfaces. You’ll discuss how to use layout, image, and navigation patterns to design future-friendly experiences. Karen McGrane wants to help you transform existing content into packages that work for your CMS, people, and users. You’ll learn how to publish content to many devices using one, author-centric workflow. Mobile changes everything about how we conduct usability research. Cyd Harrell will let you in on the latest techniques for interviewing, gathering data, and involving your entire team. Ease into mobile prototyping with Nate Schutta and discover that building prototypes using JavaScript and jQuery isn’t a black art. Dabble at using HTML and CSS in a text editor to debug what you’ve built. You don’t even have to be a coder for his workshop! Dispel your...