The virtual seminar will begin promptly at 1:30 PM, preceded by 15 minutes for socializing and networking. Come early to meet your fellow Triangle UXPA members and talk shop!
* You must be present at the host location to view this webinar.
Design systems are often difficult to understand. Some systems give so much value to the organization, but stifle innovation. Defining what we want to accomplish- and how to get there - can be a constant uphill battle if we can’t “paint the picture” of what a cohesive experience looks like. As designers, we need to show how products work together, so we don’t have to create something new every time.
In this virtual seminar, Nathan Curtis demonstrates how to approach design systems and standards across products, teams, and organizations to produce cohesive user experiences at scale. You’ll gain an appreciation for the core of the design system and understand how to promote its value throughout your organization.
Inspire designer to unite and share their work
- Collaborate in smaller groups to align ideas and build trust
- Corral teams to share their work with executive sponsors and advocates
Unify your design community withing your organization
- Build relationships with other designers individually, so you connect as a whole
- Balance large meetings with smaller, more personal interactions
Illustrate how product relate & work together
- Build prototypes that span products and platforms
- Show consistency between teams and products
Attend this seminar if:
- You want to improve how you sell your ideas within your organization
- You want to grab people’s attention and keep them engaged
If you want to learn how to navigate the system and bond your design community, this seminar is for you.
Nathan Curtis has been swimming in the deep end of the UX pool since 1996, when he started focusing his creative energies on IA, ID, usability, and front-end development. He's also an entrepreneur at heart, having founded the renowned EightShapes in Washington, DC, where he continues to make a splash today.
Nathan, who authored Modular Web Design, also led other UIE seminars we suggest watching, including How to Create a UX Design Library from September 2010 and Components vs. Patterns from January 2009. He also held a virtual seminar in 2011 on this topic of HTML prototypes if you need a primer. Find him on Twitter @nathanacurtis
SAS Training Room
Building F, Room 101
200 SAS Campus Drive
Cary, NC 27513