presented by Clearleft
15th – 17th June 2009 Cumberland Hotel, London
Day 1 2:00pm – 2:45pm
Everyone wants an “intuitive” interface: the users, the designers, and the content publishers. But building them is hard. User Interface Engineering’s recent research has given insight into why it’s hard and how to get past major obstacles.
To build an “intuitive” interface, a designer has to do two things:
It turns out, if the interface requires the user to realise they are learning something, the “intuitive” label disappears instantly.
In this talk, Jared will show:
Jared will show examples from Microsoft Word, MSN, Google Talk, Flickr, Avis, and many more.
UX London has finished …for now. Thanks to everyone who attended.