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Patterns of Card User Interface Design

  • Jul 8, 2014 · 6:45 PM
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This event is hosted by UX Acrobatics group, at Amplify (Dumbo) 

Please register here http://bit.ly/card-patterns

Saikiran Yerram, a veteran software developer/designer, will show a prototype of a card-based playlist app, created using Google’s Material Design guidelines, that brings multiple web-based educational tools into one unified learning experience.

Christopher Tse, a technologist/designer, will show how the tactile movement across many types of cards may become how users will interact with complex web of services on the Internet. Instead of being forced into silos of individual native apps, HTML5-based cards built by different individuals and companies can be chained together by end users to tell stories, to work collaboratively, and to conduct business. Chris will present a set of card interaction patterns would help designers evaluate the right mix of cards (in terms of size, variety, purpose, relationship, and intent) for different workflow scenarios. 


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