The mobile boom can be daunting. More and more users are accessing your site and products on their mobile devices, making a clear case for you to know how to design for those experiences.
Designers must create designs that function across multiple devices. Good design practices are being changed by a need for cross-platform experiences, and this shift affects every phase of our projects: user research, content flow, page break-up and patterns, and the ways users input data. Even project managers must approach workflow differently.
That’s why we’ve created a conference just for you that focuses on mobile UX. At the UX Immersion Mobile Conference from April 7-9, in Denver, you’ll participate in two full-days of hands-on workshops and one day of 90-minute feature talks. You’ll be led on an intense dive into game-changing material by these industry experts:
- Cyd Harrell on User Research
- Brad Frost on Design Patterns
- Ben Callahan on Design Workflow
- Karen McGrane on Content Strategy
- Jason Grigsby on Responsive Design
- Nate Schutta on jQuery Prototypes
Last year’s conference sold out and we know this year’s will too. There are only 100 specially-priced spots at $1,389. Sign up for the updates at the UXIM site and be one of the select few that can register starting November 19. Everyone else has to wait until November 22.
We’ll add details to the UXIM site in the days to come. In the meantime, get the approval you need and be among the first to register on November 19.
I can’t wait to meet up in Denver and share this experience with you.