Create apps for iOS 10 and Android Material Design UX! (Reg)

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Create apps for iOS 10 and Android Material Design UX! (Reg)

LINK TO REGISTER (http://course.ucsc-extension.edu/modules/shop/index.html?action=section&OfferingID=5270396&SectionID=5461573)

6 sessions: Only Saturdays, 9 am-3pm, Jul 8, 2017 - Aug 19, 2017 in Santa Clara

Topics include:
- iOS 10 and Android Material Design Interface Guidelines
- Responsive Design/Parallax Design
- Lean Mobile UX
- Windows UX/UI design
- Mobile design strategy
- Mobile platforms and technology
-Meaningful mobile experiences
-Form factor user interface
-Low fidelity mobile concepts
-Mobile prototyping software
-Prototyping methods
-Mobile storytelling workflow
-Gesture experiences
-High fidelity mobile prototyping
-Designing for the developing world
-Tactile interfaces
-Mobile tagging
-Methods to pitch your product to VC
- Design portfolio showcasing your app
Additional topics: (VR) Virtual Reality, Smart Things, Wearables

In this hands-on lab and lecture course, you will learn the core principles for creating effective user interfaces for mobile devices incorporating iOS 10, Android Material Design, responsive/parallax design, lean mobile UX, form factors, GPS, gestures, tactile experiences, sensors, commerce, tagging and more. You will discover useful patterns for developing mobile products and design a mobile user experience using an iterative and user-centered design process.

LINK TO REGISTER (http://course.ucsc-extension.edu/modules/shop/index.html?action=section&OfferingID=5270396&SectionID=5461573)

The school provides short-term licenses of commercial prototyping tools (Balsamiq Mockups and Fluid UI) for sketching wireframe and mobile prototyping. Designing your own prototype will provide opportunities to explore new types of touch- and gesture-based user interaction that can expand the functional possibilities of your apps.

The course covers the trends, industry practices and techniques for the most popular platforms, and by the end of the course, you will have created an engaging user interface prototype for a mobile app. This mobile UI prototype will incorporate the new conceptual and technical skills learned, and can also function as a portfolio piece for future endeavors.

Instructor bio:
Eric Dorf, BFA, DMBA, is a Principal UX Designer and Mobile UX Lecturer at UCSC Silicon Valley Extension. He is an active member of the mobile design community and has an MBA in Design Strategy from California College of the Arts (CCA). He has worked with some of the world's brightest and most influential organizations (both large and small) in the design of mobile, wearable, social products that are attractive, creative and above all, simple.

LINK TO REGISTER (http://course.ucsc-extension.edu/modules/shop/index.html?action=section&OfferingID=5270396&SectionID=5461573)

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