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Touchscreens are everywhere now, even the desktop, and this workshop tells you what you need to know to make the most of them.
Learn how to examine the full view of your users’ journey and draw a blueprint of those interactions at this full day workshop. Learn the characteristics of touchpoints so you can define them for your organization.
Join Sunni Brown for a hands-on, interactive experience designed to unlock your native capacity to create and apply visual language for better thinking and faster problem-solving.
In this hands-on workshop, we’ll discuss insights and techniques for building a nimble, effective and user-centred product team—a team that designs and builds great products for a global audience.
In this workshop you’ll how to put your ideas in the context of user needs through storyboarding.
In this workshop, you and your team will redesign an existing website to be more elegant, more usable, easier to maintain…and responsive.
This spring the Exploratorium, a world-renowned museum of science, art and human perception, relocated from its home of over 40 years to a new location at Pier 15 on the San Francisco waterfront. The move was the culmination of over 10 years of planning, design, development, and installation. Throughout the process, the Exploratorium used extensive prototyping and visitor evaluation to stay closely connected to the learners it serves and to make decisions informed by solid evidence. Now that the museum is open, several studies are underway to see how people move through the building and how different aspects of the space and exhibits impact their experience. Director of Exhibits, Tom Rockwell, will talk about what has been learned from the Exploratorium’s relocation, as well as some questions that are still open. Topics will range from general patterns of visitor movement and experience, to specific affordances that support learners becoming drivers of their own interactive inquiry at exhibits. Key Exploratorium design principles such as a focus on authentic phenomena (rather than representations), a do-it-yourself aesthetic, and a deep respect for the visitor’s own lines of inquiry will also be presented.
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