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User experience for mobile with Roger Attrill from ThinkUI
Considerations for the user experience when transitioning content from the desktop to the mobile platform, whether that's websites, apps, or websites that behave like apps.
What you might want to consider when it seems to be too late for the ‘Mobile First’ methodology.
Designing the user experience around the constraints and capabilities that mobile provides and the types of user behaviour that mobile entails.
The relationship between desktop and mobile content and the cross channel experience.
There will be an in depth look at a couple of examples and the talk should be of interest to designers, developers, researchers (in fact, basically anyone) involved with, or just interested in, projects for mobile devices.
About the speaker
Roger Attrill (Twitter: @think_ui (http://www.twitter.com/think_ui)) is an independent consultant and owner of Think ui (http://www.thinkui.co.uk/), providing a wide range of user interface design and development services.
Starting out as a software engineer, Roger has been passionate about user interaction for more than twenty years, and has been promoting the benefits of an engaging user experience since before it even had a name. Gaining experience across a wide variety of platforms and systems, in industries including Virtual Reality, Telecoms, and CAD, Roger then turned from providing a service within a company to outsourcing services to others.
He is now on a mission to share his passion and evangelise about user experience to just about anyone who will listen (and learn from just about anyone who will talk).
He spends much of his spare time helping designers and developers solve problems, visualise information, and rethink their approaches via the UX Stack Exchange website.