Get Access to UX Immersion Mobile Conference Recordings

Missing the UX Immersion Mobile Conference doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the great content. You can still experience it with 8 top notch designers teaching you how to design for mobile. Here’s what some attendees had to say: By far the best conference I have ever been to. This conference touched on everything from workflow, content and prototyping to coding, design and architecture. – Kristi UXIM is probably the best conference I’ve attended. Ben, Luke, Brad, and Karen are brilliant. – Dan UX Immersion was a great conference. I only wish I could have attended all the talks. – Jim What I look for in a conference is to get inspired. Check that box. I appreciate the storytelling from all speakers. – Maria Strengthen your UX skills with recordings from UX Immersion Mobile Conference 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 in addition to these conference recordings. Get Access to the Recordings...

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UIEtips: Becoming a UX Unicorn in 5 Easy Steps

Lately there’s all this talk of UX unicorns. Have you found them? Are you trying to nurture them? Are you hoping to be one? Research shows there’s a strong correlation between UX Unicorns and the UX skills they acquire and hone.  Read about the five ways you can become a UX unicorn. Here’s an excerpt from the article: We call them unicorns because they are supposed to be mythical creatures-something that doesn’t exist in the real world. That’s how the nickname came about. Yet, over the past couple of years, we’ve started meeting people who fit the description of a UX unicorn. They are very real and they are amongst us. We know because we’ve met and studied several dozen of these multi-skilled designers over the past two years. Where do you begin to develop these skills? Well, one resource is UIE’s All You Can Learn, a library of all things UX. Just create your account, and over 160 seminars will be at your fingertips. Read the article Becoming a UX Unicorn in 5 Easy Steps. How do you branch out beyond your existing core skills? Tell us about it...

UIEtips: Code Sketching – A Stretch Goal for Your Design Superpower

There was a time that providing a simple sketch on paper conveyed enough information to the stakeholders on the intent of a design. Now, with the plethora of devices a person can use, a sketch lacks the detail needed to convey how the design will appear on various devices. Today’s article discusses the benefits of sketching in code and why you shouldn’t fear it. If showing your designs on multiple devices is important to you, you’ll want to explore Nate Schutta’s full day workshop, Coding Prototypes, Even if You’ve Never Tried at the UX Immersion Mobile Conference this April. He’ll ease you into mobile prototyping–from using HTML and CSS in a text editor to debugging what you have built. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Our designs flow and move. Expressing the subtlety and nuance of how we imagine our designs is hard to do with a static sketch. Microinteractions are essential for a good experience, but difficult to imagine by just looking at a picture. We compound by desiring to express how the design will change as we move across platforms. We need to see if we’ve made something too complicated. Maybe we’ve left something important out? Maybe it’s too clumsy when there’s no keyboard? Building the entire design to discover an important flaw is a time-consuming and expensive process. We want to get our ideas out there for review and reflection. How do we make it easy to do and cost effective? Read the article Code Sketching – A Stretch Goal for Your Design Superpower. Have you added sketching in code to your design toolbox? Tell us about it...

Improve Communication With Your Remote Team

OK. Your meeting is going perfectly. Then a remote team member says, “I don’t understand. Can you show me what you mean?” PANIC! MEETING IS DERAILING! But you’re about to save the day. You plug in your trusty IPEVO document camera and focus in on the pen and paper. As you make your sketch you begin to hear folks saying, “I get it,” and the whole team is back on track. How do you get this nifty tool? You register for the UX Immersion Mobile Conference by January 30. Why You Need the IPEVO Document Camera: Share your design ideas and sketches with remote teams to ensure everyone is on the same page Document individual sketches during design studios to a digital file for easy access in the future Project sketches to large audiences to convey your designs Get everyone participating and working together saving time and increasing productivity Conduct usability tests remotely while letting the team back in the office watch Register by January 30 to Get Your Free IPEVO We’re always looking to bring you new resources, processes, and techniques to help you become a better designer. Now we have a great tool that we’re excited to include with your UXIM registration, the IPEVO document camera. But it’s only available until January 30 so be sure to register now. Explore the conference and IPEVO camera at...