SXSW Lean UX Mobile Design Workshop





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Published on Mar 22, 2013

Testimonials from 8 attendees of Greg Nudelman's full-day Agile Mobile Design Workshop at SXSW 2013. Custom workshops for your team are available in collaboration with RosenfeldMedia. Visit DesignCaffeine.com for details. Copyright DesignCaffeine, Inc.

This workshop teaches how to create best-of-class customer experiences in the native iOS and Android mobile and tablet environments and mobile web. Using Mobile-First design principles, attendees learn the practical modern agile UX methods and best design patterns and strategies for each platform, with special focus on critical elements of iOS and Android mobile apps: homescreen, search, navigation, forms and workflows. Majority of the course will be activity-based, focusing on hands-on applications of user-centered design approaches such as storyboarding user scenarios, user testing of paper prototypes using Rapid Iterative Testing and Evaluation (RITE) and practical application of mobile design patterns. A personal Android or iOS mobile device is required. Not required: technical expertise, art background, or programming.

Learning Objectives:
By the end of this workshop you will be able to:
1. Pick the best design strategy for each platform: mobile, tablet and web.
2. Distill the experience down to essentials; re-invent your interface with mobile-first approach.
3. Document use cases and personas in context using storyboards.
4. Select the right design pattern for homescreen, search, and navigation to drive the desired user experience.
5. Design usable and effective forms and workflows.
6. Create designs that work with cutting edge mobile design patterns (Geo-location, Multi-Touch/Motion, Faceted Search, Parallel Architecture, Voice, etc.).
7. Use new patterns that are just around the corner (Image Recognition, NFC, etc.).
8. Create immersive experience using lessons from popular mobile games like Angry Birds.
9. Create wireframes for the core pages of your app using sticky notes.
10. Make light-weight guerrilla Rapid Iterative Testing and Evaluation (RITE) the core of your design process.

Custom workshops for your team are available in collaboration with RosenfeldMedia. Visit DesignCaffeine.com for details.

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