Join us for April's Shame On UX where user interface expert Johnny Bilotta is going to show us how little changes can make a big difference.
In Formula One racing engineers make slight adjustments to wings and diffuser elements to tweak the performance and handling of these marvelously fast cars.
This same principal, so widely used at the pinnacle of motorsports, can also be used to improve the experience of your website.
Sometimes changing your line height, adjusting a color, or creating larger contrast in typography, can make a huge difference in your user's experience.
This discussion will focus on the tiny, actionable tasks that lead to a better overall experience for your users.
Design principles that are discussed can easily be applied to website both large and small.
About Johnny Bilotta
Johnny is an experienced visual tactician across many design disciplines. His career has spanned over 15 years in the creative arts, working in advertising, 3D design, web and software interface design. Currently he is the Principal of GUIwerks, a design firm specializing in human computer interaction and user interface design based out of Indy Hall.
Johnny is a founding member of the Philadelphia coworking space Independents Hall and formerly held a position as an adjunct-professor at the University of The Arts in Philadelphia.
Learn more at www.GUIWerks.com (http://guiwerks.com/)
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