‘UX design’ Videos

  • Shinichi Nishikawa: Gutenberg が切り開くWordPress の新UX

    Shinichi Nishikawa: Gutenberg が切り開くWordPress の新UX

    WordCamp Tokyo 2017Speaker: Shinichi Nishikawa

    September 25, 2017 — Printing since 1440, 1440年から印刷し続けてきました。現在開発中のWordPressの新しいエディタのコードネームはGutenbergと言います。このプロジェクトでは、WordPressのコンテンツを、現代的な手法で作成・編集するためのUXを開発中です。便利になる、ということ以上に、ウェブサイトを作成すると行為とは何か、タイピングで文字を書き画像をやその他の要素でコンテンツを構成するとは何を意味するのか、そして、その機能がWordPressという世界の28%を動かすソフトウェアに実装される際に考慮されているべきこととは何かを議論しながら開発が進行しています。

    本セッションでは、Gutenberg、カスタマイザ、リッチコンテンツ用ウィジェットといった開発中の要素がなぜ、どのように、何を目指して実装されようとしているのかを、開発の過程や議論の様子をまとめて概観しつつ、WordPressの行く末について議論していきます。

  • Anthony D. Paul: Sneaking In A Good UX User Experience, Without a UX Budget

    Anthony D. Paul: Sneaking In A Good UX User Experience, Without a UX Budget

    WordCamp Chicago 2017Speaker: Anthony D Paul

    August 30, 2017 — In this talk, I’ll share some practical tools and tips to “sneak in good UX” as one of my bosses used to say, with minimal impact on your budget but a positive impact on your team’s understanding of key problems to solve.

  • Amy Kvistad: Website and UX Design – From a Designer’s Perspective

    Amy Kvistad: Website and UX Design – From a Designer’s Perspective

    WordCamp Boston 2017Speaker: Amy Kvistad

    August 14, 2017 — Website design and UX principles applied to WordPress websites – from a designer’s perspective. The process starts with discovering client objectives and the website audience. This informs decisions on colors, fonts, and layout. A mood board helps to communicate the design direction for the website and user research informs decisions on website navigation and content hierarchy. Tools of the trade include color, photos, icon and many other resources. Implementing these design discoveries into your WordPress website is not as hard as you think.

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  • Amy Kvistad: Website and UX Design – From a Designer’s Perspective

    Amy Kvistad: Website and UX Design – From a Designer’s Perspective

    WordCamp Portland ME 2017Speaker: Amy Kvistad

    June 2, 2017 — Website design and UX principles applied to WordPress websites – from a designer’s perspective. The process starts with discovering client objectives and the website audience. This informs decisions on colors, fonts, and layout. A mood board helps to communicate the design direction for the website and user research informs decisions on website navigation and content hierarchy. Tools of the trade include color, stock photo and icon resources. Implementing these design discoveries into your WordPress website is not as hard as you think.

  • Karla Campos: The Current State of UX 2017: Trends, What Works, Future Predictions

    Karla Campos: The Current State of UX 2017: Trends, What Works, Future Predictions

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: Karla Campos

    May 15, 2017 — In this session we will discuss the current state of UX and go over examples of UX done right. We will talk about what works, what the future holds, the process of creating websites people love to use, and ways to improve user experience.

    It’s up to the design/development team to take lead and create amazing UX. In this workshop we will discuss taking that lead. The better the user experience, the more people will want to use and stay on your website. How many times have you loved using a website so much, you recommended it to a friend? Let’s build more of those websites and experiences.

  • Vadi Kumrungsee: ออกแบบเว็บไซต์โดยใช้ User Journey

    Vadi Kumrungsee: ออกแบบเว็บไซต์โดยใช้ User Journey

    WordCamp Bangkok 2017Speaker: Vadi Kumrungsee

    March 28, 2017 — เล่าเรื่องการออกแบบเว็บไซต์โดยคำนึงถึงพฤติกรรมของผู้ใช้ ซึ่งเราจะมองผ่านการทำ User Journey แบบคร่าว ๆ

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  • Crispin Read: Object Oriented User Experience

    Crispin Read: Object Oriented User Experience

    WordCamp Manchester 2016Speaker: Crispin Read

    March 15, 2017 — Fitting user focussed design methodologies into a development process needn’t be difficult. Our objectives as UX practitioners, as designers, as developers, as product owners etc are the same – to build the best possible thing in the time we have and within budget. The difficulties that surround projects are often much more to do with communication and process than they are about the differences between the disciplines. As well as adding weight and dimension to UX discovery, thinking about what we are building as separate and connected objects, and particularly the exercise that I share in this session, can be really helpful in building a foundation for better communication and collaboration across team, discipline and organisation(s).

  • 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.

  • Tammie Lister: Emotional Interfaces

    Tammie Lister: Emotional Interfaces

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Tammie Lister

    July 2, 2016 — Emotional design isn’t just about cute mascots and animated showcases. Real connections happen when you look at even the smallest interaction.

    From an impatient button to a eager input field, emotion is a powerful thing we can use to connect to users.

    In this talk I’ll explore why emotion is important in every part of the experience and how you can create emotional interfaces.

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  • Ewa Karaszkiewicz: Diabel tkwi w szczegolach. Jak zrobic czytelnikowi dobrze czyli… blogi na telefonie

    Ewa Karaszkiewicz: Diabel tkwi w szczegolach. Jak zrobic czytelnikowi dobrze czyli… blogi na telefonie

    WordCamp Krakow 2015Speaker: Ewa Karaszkiewicz

    January 22, 2016 — Powszechność smartfonów sprawia, że responsywna wersja strony to już nie ukłon w stronę użytkownika, a zwyczajna konieczność. Blogi zyskują na popularności, konkurencja rośnie, a czytelnicy robią się coraz bardziej wygodni – dlatego warto o nich zadbać, a wtedy spędzą na naszym blogu więcej czasu i chętniej będą pisali komentarze.
    W każdej chwili jesteśmy w stanie sprawdzić co nowego na Facebooku, Instagramie czy przeczytać nowego posta na blogu, który śledzimy. Dlatego ważne jest by szablon bloga tego czytania nie utrudniał.
    W swojej prezentacji na podstawie analizy blogów takich jak JasonHunt.pl, Segritta.pl, Fashionelka.pl Ewa wskazuje kilka kluczowych z punktu widzenia UX elementów, których prawidłowe działanie może zadecydować o zachowaniu czytelnika na stronie.
    Dzięki prezentacji uczestnik wie na co zwrócić uwagę przy wyborze nowego szablonu, jest w stanie ocenić czy jego obecny szablon dobrze wyświetla się na telefonie.

    Tags: blog, responsive web design, responsive sites, mobile, UX, common mistakes in responsive blog

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