There are a number of new UX workshops in Boston at American Graphics Institute, including sessions focused on mobile UX design as well as information architecture. session dates through the middle of next year are posted. You can also see a list of many other upcoming workshops at AGI including courses available later this month.
I had a great time speaking at the UXPA UX Conference recently, and over the summer there are a few UX training options in Boston, Philadelphia, and online. I’ll be delivering an introduction to UX Design Principles workshop at American Graphics Institute in Boston. For those interested in a longer-term UX program, I’ll also be […]
As I use a variety of prototyping apps, I’ve created a comparison of some of the most commonly used tools. This includes Figma, XD, Sketch, and Mock-ups. You can find the full comparison of prototyping apps on the American Graphics Institute website.
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. I regularly contribute posts there, and there’s often more current posts from me regarding UX […]
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 of how an individual interacts with these services. The interface, graphics, design, physical interaction, and […]
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 delivering UX training and working as a UX designer, I get to see the benefit […]
I’ve been using my Windows 8 convertible tablet, and Microsoft Surface with Windows 8 RT and decided it was time to upgrade my Windows 7 laptop for a Windows 8 laptop. When I’m not doing UX work, I write books about Photoshop, so I needed something fast with plenty of memory and storage space. After […]
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 focused session you will discover how your users can take advantage of the Search, Share […]
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 it also helps the designer communicate information clearly. Learn how to use the grid to […]
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 more. Look for the entire series to be released soon. For now, you can see […]