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  • 4:33
    Calm Technology and Wearable Computing UXLx
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    Speaker: Amber Case In this presentation, Geoloqi co-founder Amber Case will take you on a journey through the history of calm technology, wearable computing, and how developers and designers can
  • 5:22
    Co-Create: Creating Better Together UXLx
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    Speaker: Denise Jacobs Despite the prevalent mythology of the lone creative genius, many of the most innovative contributions spring from the creative chemistry of a group and the blending of
  • 7:57
    Magical UX and the Internet of Things UXLx
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    Josh Clark What if this thing was magic? The web is touching everyday objects now, and designing for the internet of things means blessing everyday objects, places, even people with
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    Oh What a Night: Usabilla Exchange Usabilla
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    We’ve certainly been busy these past six months over at the Usabilla HQ. With both our employees and clientele growing at a remarkable rate, there’s been some pretty exciting changes
  • 4:51
    3 Strategies for Behavior Change UXLx
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    Stephen Wendel Do your users fail to engage with your app, or don't follow through on their goals? Steve Wendel, the Principal Scientist at HelloWallet and author of Designing for
  • 10:50
    Designing with Linked Data UXLx
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    Mike Atherton This is not your usual UX talk. It’s a little about information architecture, a bit about content strategy, but mostly it’s about how we can use information floating
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    Separation Anxiety: Taking Messenger from a Feature to a Standalone App UXLx
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    Marissa Phillips About a year ago, most people didn’t know that Facebook had a separate app for messaging, and Messenger didn’t offer much that you couldn’t already get from the
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    Information Architecture for Everybody UXLx
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    Abby Covert What does a restaurant menu, a business to business sales process and an eCommerce website have in common? All of these things involve structuring information for an audience
  • 6:39
    Atomic Design UXLx
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    Brad Frost Our interfaces are going more places than ever before, so it's essential to break UIs into their atomic elements in order for us create smart, scalable, maintainable designs.
  • 8:00
    Content strategy for slow experiences UXLx
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    Speaker: Margot BloomsteinOnline experiences can be fast, efficient, easy, orderly—and sometimes, that’s all wrong! Users click confirm too soon, miss important details, or don’t find content that aids conversion. In short,
  • 11:28
    Wayfindr: Independent Travel for the Blind UXLx
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    Umesh Pandya "Investigate what it would be like for a young vision impaired person, to travel London’s transport network in the near future.” In this lightning talk, Umesh Pandya will
  • 9:24
    Words as Material UXLx
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    Speaker: Nicole Fenton Words shape our ideas, how we see the world, and how we relate to each other. In this session, Nicole will talk about writing—an often invisible partner and
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    The Art of Deception UXLx
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    Speaker: Stephen Hay There's a fine line between persuasion and deception. On the web, that line is frequently crossed. Sometimes purposefully, sometimes unwittingly. The best way to avoid falling prey
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    6 TED Talks Every UX Professional Should Watch Usabilla
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    We’ve rounded up some of the best TED Talks for UX professionals. These 6 awesome talks cover both user experience and the wider design principles to help you get inspired. 1.