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Archive: edUi 2015 Conference

November 9 - 11

Charlottesville, Virginia

Delight Is Not a Design Goal

Mon 11:15 - 12:00
LiveArts: Gibson

Do you expect enough from design? Obviously not if your organization just wants screens that look pretty. Superficial design goals often survive even in otherwise sophisticated organizations. You see it in the proliferation of words like “intuitive” and “user-friendly,” concepts that sound righteous but are less than helpful when it … Continue reading »

What the Aging Workforce Really Needs

Mon 3:15 - 4:00
LiveArts: Founders

Important But Invisible: What the Aging Workforce Really Needs From Us Many of us look forward to the promise of growing old and retiring without the worry of work. Unfortunately, that has changed for millions worldwide who now have to work up to a decade past retirement age. They’re going … Continue reading »

The Changing Face of Video

Mon 10:15 - 11:00
LiveArts: Founders

One-third of all online activity is now spent watching some form of video, with the typical internet user exposed to an average of 32.2 videos in a month. These numbers will only increase as the old barriers of online video consumption continue to break down. What does this mean for … Continue reading »

The UX of Great Animation

Tue 4:00 - 4:45
LiveArts: Gibson

As it turns out, building clean, simple, powerful, and maintainable JavaScript applications is hard. There are so many toolkits, so many ways to structure code, so many possible best practices! How do we keep things simple? In this half-day workshop, Henrik Joreteg will de-mystify JavaScript applications by highlighting the underlying problems the frameworks aim to solve. Continue reading »

Taking Interface Animation from Good to Great

Tue 9:00 - 12:00

Motion design is a necessary skill for anyone working on the web today.  Everyone from UX practitioners to front-end developers needs an appreciation for what motion can add to their work. This workshop will give you the skills you need to design and build meaningful and sophisticated animations for the … Continue reading »