You say you want a (UX) Revolution!

We recently we had the pleasure of having Oded Klimer, Cross UI/UX Group Manager at HP, present his
thoughts surrounding the topic of user experience. With over 15 years within UX/UI, Oded has a wealth
of information to share on this hot topic. healthcare.png

 

During this presentation, he covered a wide area of user interaction. The discussion ranged from how people interact with a beverage machine to how to teach an elevator to know it’s you when you enter it. Oded also dove into the world of sensors which is now contributing to the Internet of Things, such as photos, proximity, geo location, and more.

 

This webinar is well worth the time to listen to if you have questions about preparing a UI strategy at your workplace. Remember that if you don’t offer an exciting user experience with your application, they will look elsewhere. 

 

 

sensor.pngIn this presentation you'll hear Oded cover:

  • The interface is now everywhere
  • How responsive design fits into your strategy
  • Why companies want you to shop with their mobile app…while in the store
  • It’s all about the usage mindset, location, objective and time of interaction
  • UI…it’s invisible

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Listen to the audio here [55:00]

This is the third of a series of webinars that we have hosted.  In the upcoming months other webinar topics will touch on:

  • Enterprise Mobility Management regarding BYOD - May 28, 2014
  • How to creat your first mobile app - June 5, 2014
  • Mobile content - how to merge social and mobile - Jul 3, 2014

UX experience references

  1. UX Immersion: Enterprise Mobility Revolution by Luke Wroblewski
  2. 2016: The User Interface Revolution Underway by Peter Eckert

Blog posts

  1. Responsive Design by Rick Barron
  2. Mobility Leadership by John Jeremiah
  3. What it takes to be a mobility leader by Bryan Coapstick
  4. FUN principle by Brian Katz

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Rick Barron is a Program Manager for various aspects of the PM team and HPSW UX/UI team; and working on UX projects associated with HP.com. ...
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