30min: Iterative UI Design
Effective goal-driven change over time
Designing the optimal user interface is an iterative process. This talk will cover targets and pitfalls made when iterating on new and existing interfaces.
If at first you don't succeed, iterate. When you succeed, keep iterating. Then throw it all out and start again.
Attendees of this talk will learn about making iterative design changes to applications, the importance of reviewing designs, ideal places to focus, and pitfalls. We will also examine the signs a design is near retirement and steps to prepare for bigger change.
Additionally we will learn about hypothetical user 'personas', how they impact the decision-making process, and the importance of referring to them for design changes.
The talk will use various real examples from existing open-source software, showing what applications have done, and how to determine success in a design.
Start time: 13:30
Track: Best practices
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