IxDA NYC Presents Detailed Design: Preserving the UX from Concept Through Delivery

Peter March
2009
Event date: 
October 15, 2011 - 8:00am - 11:00am
LBi New York
11 West 19th Street, Floor 3
New York, NY
United States
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New York IxDA
Event description: 

NOTE: This Event Has Been Cancelled

So you’ve done ethnographic user research. You’ve also analyzed log files. You’ve interviewed help desk and customer service folks. You’ve had long meetings with stakeholders. You’ve nailed down an understanding of the user, so you’ve got some great personas. You even held some design sketching sessions.

NOW what?

While many authors have codified the early phases of experience documentation, there’s a disconnect that often happens when business analysts write requirements documents or developers and product managers write user stories.

Despite the best personas and user/task grids and wireframes, people other than project champions need information to help them succeed, including the creation of data architecture, interaction coding and the actual realisation of the user interface.

User experience work doesn’t end at the wireframe – it ends when the product is implemented. Detailed design covers those activities that reduce possible miscommunication between the designer and the developer and product owner. Activities can include specifying tweens in interaction, specific pixel radii on corners, or data formats for forms, for example.

So, if the heart of UX design is empathy, then detailed design codifies that empathy.

This workshop investigates how to make sure your good work continues right through until the product is released. Focusing on better ways to specify functionality, visual design, and content, we’ll collaborate to find solutions that work for YOU.

Register Now: http://tinyurl.com/3uf4ube

Comments

14 Oct 2011 - 8:47am
christinabeard@...
2011

Is there any way to get on the waiting list for this? Unfortunately, I'm waiting until the last minute to register.

Thanks,
Christina Beard

16 Oct 2011 - 6:56pm
Peter March
2009

Christina,

The event has been cancelled. We're going to try and reschedule it for next year some time. In the mean time, look out for word on our Ethnography workshop in November.

Hope to see you there,

Peter

16 Oct 2011 - 6:55pm
Peter March
2009

Christina,

The event has been cancelled. We're going to try and reschedule it for next year some time. In the mean time, look out for word on our Ethnography workshop in November.

Hope to see you there,

Peter

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