presented by Clearleft
13th – 15th April 2011 Cumberland Hotel, London
Great design manages to feel simple but also to embrace the complexity of the real world. Achieving this is difficult but deeply satisfying.
In a world where digital devices have spread from a digital elite to every corner of society, where users find themselves under increasing time pressure, and where the focus is shifting from desktop to mobile, designers need the tools to simplify experiences and to get their ideas accepted.
In this fast-paced hands-on workshop you’ll be set the challenge of simplifying everyday devices. You’ll see the surprising impact that simplifying user experiences can have on individuals and organisations. Through discussion, demonstration and your own ingenuity, you’ll learn practical techniques for creating experiences that are simple, effective and compelling.
Giles is author of Simple and usable web mobile and interaction design published by New Riders in September 2010. He has been working in usability and user centred design since 1991. He formed cxpartners with Richard Caddick in 2004 focusing on creating outstanding user experiences and measurable changes to projects and products.
Giles is a former President of the UK Usability Professionals’ Association and now sits on their Global Advisory Committee and international Conference Committee. He has worked with British Standards Institute in developing guidance on web accessibility.
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