Strengthen Your UX Skills with These Tools and Techniques

At the User Interface 19 Conference in Boston, October 27-29 you’ll learn new techniques and skills to make you a stronger UX Designer. Plus we’ll give you the tools to use at the conference and afterwards with a designer’s toolkit when you register by Thursday, July 3. Choose two workshops from these leaders Mobile design Luke Wroblewski Design process Leah Buley Service-design thinking Marc Stickdorn Content-first design Steph Hay User scenarios Kim Goodwin Designing with type Tim Brown Microinteractions Dan Saffer Data visualization Stephen Anderson   The tools to help you with your designs When you register by Thursday, July 3 you’ll get your own designer’s toolkit loaded with essential tools needed to make great designs. This kit will help you iterate and share your thoughts in physical form and capture all your awesome ideas during and after the conference. Sign up now to get your...

Register for UI19 by May 15 to Secure the Lowest Rate

Take advantage of the $1,395 Rate – Register by May 15 Save money and guarantee your spot in the workshops of your choice. Register for the User Interface 19 Conference, October 27–29, in Boston at the lowest rate of $1,395 by May 15. “Both the workshops and speeches were extremely useful and inspiring. The whole experience was beyond my (high) expectations!” - Juha Rouvinen Your UI19 Registration Includes: Immediate access to UIE’s All You Can Learn for one year. This resource includes virtual seminars from many of the UI19 workshop leaders plus past conference recordings Two daylong workshops and a day of featured talks from the workshop presenters Complete conference materials from all the workshops and talks Access to video recordings of the featured talks through All You Can Learn A designer’s toolkit to help you create and communicate your design ideas Save your spot, guarantee your workshops, and get the lowest price when you sign-up by May 15. Register...

Conduct Better Meetings

Are you struggling with getting your design team organized on a project? Or do you want to make your kick-off meetings more effective and productive? Well we’re here to help you. In preparing for Kevin Hoffman’s full-day workshop, Leading Super Productive Meetings at the UI18 Conference in Boston on October 21, we gathered up a slew of free resources to share with you on this topic. But these resources are just the tip of the iceberg. You’ll get the rest of the iceberg at Kevin’s workshop where he’ll provide helpful content, eye-opening hands-on exercises, and valuable one to one interactions. You’ll leave the workshop excited to schedule and conduct your next meeting. Go look at Kevin’s workshop description and you’ll see what we mean. Here’s some reading about meetings Perspectives over Power: Habits of Collaborative Team Meetings – Jared M. Spool Jared discusses what makes meetings more effective than others. What Good Teaching and Meetings Share – Kevin Hoffman Kevin shares four simple, easy-to-remember guidelines about how to convey information. Kick Ass Kick Off Meetings: Part 1 – Kevin Hoffman Kevin explains the advance work that should take place prior to the kickoff meeting, and the type of questions you should ask your stakeholders. Kick Ass Kickoff Meetings: Part 2 – Kevin Hoffman In part 2, Kevin dives deep into a plethora of exercises to use in kickoff meetings including a design studio activity. Listen to what the experts say about meetings Leading Super Productive Meetings – Kevin Hoffman Kevin Hoffman believes that the culture of an organization, not whether the team is remote or not, is the biggest...