Category Archives: User Experience Design

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UX Training in Boston this Summer

I had a great time speaking at the UX Conference in Boston earlier this month, and over the summer there are a few UX training options in Boston, NYC, and Philadelphia. I’ll be delivering an introduction to UX Design Principles … Continue reading

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UX News

You’ll find regularly updated UX news over at American Graphics Institute’s user experience (UX) news page. AGI includes information on user experience events, UX groups, and interesting stories about user experience and how it impacts websites, apps, and daily life. … Continue reading

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What is UX Design?

UX Design encompasses the design of all aspects of a service that impact a user of a product, system, or device. Within the realm of technology, such as apps, websites, and devices. In this context, UX Design involves all aspects … Continue reading

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Rapid Prototyping for UX Design

Rapid prototyping is an important UX principle that I share in the UX courses I teach. It’s such an important topic, that I’m now teaching a dedicated rapid prototyping course. Too many people get far too invested in designing their … Continue reading

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UX Training Classes

I’ve just returned after teaching a UX training class for clients creating apps and websites. I’m balancing my time between teaching UX design and working as a UX designer on a number of modern, responsive websites. While I enjoy the balance between … Continue reading

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Presenting a free training session on Windows 8 UX

I will present a training session on how to take advantage of charms in Windows 8 apps this coming Tuesday, February 12th at the Boston Windows 8 App Developers & IT Group. Creating App Experiences with Charms In this UX … Continue reading

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UX Training Classes in Boston

I’m excited to be teaching another UX Training Class at American Graphics Institute in Boston on March 11-12, 2013. If you’re interested in learning more about the user experience design workflow, join me for this UX training workshop. The workshop … Continue reading

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See DigitalClassroom.com for my new Windows 8 training content

Check out my free training video Video:Layout Grid to see how to build a great layout for your Windows 8 app. The use of the grid in Windows 8 apps goes back to it’s inspiration from Swiss graphic design, but … Continue reading

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Video: Design Fundamentals for Windows 8 app development

I am excited to be working on a video series that covers information about design geared specifically for UX designers and developers who are creating Windows 8 apps. This video series includes information about basic design, layout, grids, typography and … Continue reading

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Condensed Windows 8 UX session will lead to others

Last night I presented a condensed UX session covering 10 steps to design a better Windows 8 app. I had to cram in a great amount of information, but don’t worry if you did not get it all. The Windows … Continue reading

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