‘User Experience’ Videos

  • Panel Discussion: Improving Your Website’s UX - Your Questions Answered

    Panel Discussion: Improving Your Website’s UX – Your Questions Answered

    WordCamp Raleigh 2016Speakers: Melissa Eggleston, Julie Grundy, Marjorie Sample

    November 13, 2016 — Maybe you have heard of user experience (UX) but don’t know much about it? Or you want to better the experience your visitors have at site, but don’t know where to begin?

    UX professionals from the Ladies that UX Durham group will do a 15-minute overview of UX then hold a panel to field your questions and ensure you walk out with practical ideas of how to use UX practices to improve your WordPress site.

  • Alexandra Draghici: The Voice Within Your Interface: An Easy Way to Grow User Retention

    Alexandra Draghici: The Voice Within Your Interface: An Easy Way to Grow User Retention

    WordCamp Belfast 2016Speaker: Alexandra Draghici

    November 2, 2016 — The Voice within Your Interface: An Easy Way to Grow User Retention

    Beyond the functionality they are meant to serve, products that require interaction speak to users. Some have a friendly, reassuring voice, others send confusing messages or don’t speak at all.

    This presentation focuses on the various types of messages that can be used inside the interface of a product to improve the user journey. From success and error messages to guiding tooltips or new feature announcements, we will talk about when to use and how to design the voice inside our products.

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  • Ward Andrews: The UX Design Success Ladder: Climbing from Functional to Meaningful

    Ward Andrews: The UX Design Success Ladder: Climbing from Functional to Meaningful

    WordCamp Phoenix 2016Speaker: Ward Andrews

    October 27, 2016 — There are five rungs to the UX Design Success Ladder, it starts at functional where basic WP templates and development driven plugins reside. If you’ve had a user experience designer work with your site, plugin or template, you’ve likely stepped into the second step, usable. The great UX work starts after that, as we strive to climb the ladder to comfortable, delightful and meaningful. Learn ways to think about elevating design for websites, templates and WordPress products for UX success. We’ll also review real-world examples and open up Q&A around design thinking and execution.

  • Mark Uraine: Design For Telepathy

    Mark Uraine: Design For Telepathy

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2016Speaker: Mark Uraine

    October 8, 2016 — The transfer of information is paramount in design. Technology has made it possible to consume a mass of information in minimal time – is your design helping the flow of this information, or hindering it? While accessibility for those with challenges is one end of the spectrum, have you been designing for the other end? Have you been designing for telepathy or those with advanced capabilities? This talk will explore the spectrum of accessibility for both the challenged and the more advanced in today’s design.

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  • Rachel Carden: Tools and Techniques for Evaluating Accessibility

    Rachel Carden: Tools and Techniques for Evaluating Accessibility

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2016Speaker: Rachel Carden

    October 8, 2016 — When your website is accessible, all users can access your content no matter their abilities. Visually-impaired users can visit your website using a screen reader.

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  • Aleksandar Savkovic: Is your product easy to use and why it isn’t

    Aleksandar Savkovic: Is your product easy to use and why it isn’t

    WordCamp Gdynia 2016Speaker: Aleksandar Savkovic

    October 6, 2016 — How hard and costly can be transition from old to new product with mostly the same but improved features and how to make it as much as possible painless and overcome the users habits.

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  • Andrew Taylor: A Better User Experience With The WordPress Customizer

    Andrew Taylor: A Better User Experience With The WordPress Customizer

    WordCamp Boston 2016Speaker: Andrew Taylor

    August 3, 2016 — With all the buzz around the REST API maybe it’s been awhile since you took a look at WordPress core’s JavaScript-driven single page application (SPA), the Customizer.

    In this talk we will explore how the Customizer has evolved and focus in on the newer parts of the Customizer in depth.

    TALK OUTLINE

    Settings API (the old way)
    The WordPress Customizer (the better way)
    JavaScript Inline Docs
    refresh vs. postMessage
    Widgets in the Customizer
    Selective Refresh

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  • James Bonham: Improving the User Experience with React

    James Bonham: Improving the User Experience with React

    WordCamp Denmark 2016Speaker: James Bonham

    August 2, 2016 — React is becoming a popular choice of JS framework for building interactive features into custom WordPress themes. But why is this? And what exactly is it good for?

    In this talk, I’ll use case studies to show you where React-powered interfaces can be a great way to improve the experience for the user.

    I’ll also give an introduction to how React works, show a little code and tell you a little about my journey into the realms of amongst other things npm, webpack, linting and flux.

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  • Nakamura Mayu: Organic Lean UX

    Nakamura Mayu: Organic Lean UX

    WordCamp Kansai 2016Speaker: Nakamura Mayu

    July 29, 2016 — UXという言葉、もう馴染みのあるものになりましたか?まだ取っ付きにくいでしょうか。もしくはうんざりしているでしょうか。本は読んだけどどう仕事に活かしていいかわからない、やってみたけどあまり会社の体制に合わない・・・そんな風に思っている方もいらっしゃるかもしれません。

    Ustwoに入ってから私も試行錯誤の繰り返しでした。初めは学校で習った本に書かれている内容をそのまま実践しようとして実社会の現実とのギャップに悩み、何度もトライ&エラーを繰り返しました。そんな中Lean UXという言葉に出会って学んでいくうちに、大事なのはプロセスとルール(「やり方」)がチームをコントロールをする事ではなく、プロセスのエッセンスを学ぶ事でそれがチームの自然なDNA(「在り方」)として馴染んで行く事なのだと実感しました。

    今講演ではそういったustwoでの実体験や実践方法をご紹介したいと思います。UX、UXというけれど一体どういう事なんだろうという方に、少しでも考え、またできる事から取り組んでもらえるきっかけになればと思います。

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  • Martin Glanert: Fun with Forms

    Martin Glanert: Fun with Forms

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Martin Glanert

    July 5, 2016 — The Unconference was a unique opportunity to get on stage and share your stories and experiences with WCEU attendees!