Come and put Sharpie to paper for an experience in immediate design for mobile devices.
Immediate Design is a practice created by Andrew Heaton, Chief Chemist of Experience at Brilliant Chemistry, a startup incubator and ideation studio; and author of Purposely Irregular (Zen, Punk Rock and Ruthlessness in Experience Design).
It assumes design to be a state of concept, at some level, we are all designers. It believes the beginning thought is as important as a finished product. Immediate Design puts thought into an iterative practice of "design and refine."
The Small Screen / Big Design workshop teaches mobile UX and design concepts, sharpens skills and opens up thinking around mobile design practices. It focuses on moving big thinking to a small device, users' interaction with their mobile devices, current trends in design and development and defined GUI practices from Apple and Google.
Participants will be given a mobile concept, move directly into interaction design and create conceptual documents, user flows and interfaces for the app in either phone or tablet form.
Who this workshop is for:
If you've never designed for mobile: now is your opportunity to jump in, learn with your peers, receive special guidance, and end with valuable experience and inspiration.
If you're an experienced mobile designer: come show off your chops, team up with new designers and get inspired.
If you're a developer: come and learn some useful design techniques and skills to make your projects and products better.
What to Bring:
If you have a favorite pen or notebook, bring it. Otherwise, paper and Sharpies will be available.
#Mobile Design / UX