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UI is Communication (Free Event)
04 Feb 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
TEKSystems, 1201 Edwards Mill Road, Suite 201, Raleigh, NC 27607
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Principal, UX Design Edge
UI is Communication
(Morgan Kaufmann, 2013)
Join the Triangle UXPA on Tuesday, February 4 for a talk by Everett McKay at TEKSystems in Raleigh. Registration is free for this event. Pizza and drinks will be provided by
Two attendees will win a free signed copy of Everett's book
UI is Communication
About the Talk
A user interface is ultimately a conversation between users and technology, so well-designed user interfaces use the language of UI to communicate to users efficiently, naturally, and intuitively. Focusing on effective human communication removes much of the mystique, subjectiveness, and complexity from user interface design, and helps you make better design decisions with confidence.
In this talk, Everett McKay presents the core principles of communication-focused design, shows how they apply to intuitive interactions and task flows, provides some communication-based design tools and techniques, and applies these principles and tools to several design makeovers. In the end, you will have a new perspective that will help you make better design decisions more quickly and confidently.
About the Speaker
Everett McKay is Principal of UX Design Edge, a user experience design training and consulting company for mobile, web, and desktop applications based in Vermont. Everett's specialty is UX design training for software professionals who aren't experienced designers through onsite and public courses and workshops. His new book is
UI is Communication: How to Design Intuitive, User Centered Interfaces by Focusing on Effective Communication
, recently published by Morgan Kaufmann.
Everett is offering his UX Design Essentials course in Durham on February 4 – 6, 2014. Mention that you are a Triangle UXPA member for a 33% discount! Check
for more info.
TEKSystems Raleigh Office
1201 Edwards Mill Road
Raleigh, NC 27607
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