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UI Design Patterns - The secret ingredient to creating meaningful interface...
Tue 25 April 2017, 19:00 – 21:00 BST
In this meetup, we will be looking at design patterns and how designers can utilise them to create user-friendly web and mobile applications.
Design patterns are reusable solutions to common UI design problems such as placement of navigational elements, the structure of content, the layout of forms, processes (search, select, buy, etc.). This collection of visual elements provides us with a way to rapidly develop interfaces that users will be able to understand.
In comparison to 20 years ago, design standards for websites and mobile applications were almost non-existent. We now have a much better understanding of what works and what doesn't. This is in part the result of ongoing technological development, standards and the experience that we as designers have gained through observation of human-computer interaction. Design patterns have become an invaluable tool for not only UI but also UX designers.
Be prepared for another UXPG event that will provide you with plenty of opportunities to learn, collaborate and try out something new, while engaging in team exercises and discussions.
By the end of the event you should be able to:
- Identify a set of mobile and web design patterns
- Highlight the advantages of using design patterns in UI design
- Select the most suitable pattern for a given UI problem
- Utilise online UI pattern libraries
Is this event for me?
This session is designed to give you an introduction to the concept and use of design patterns for UI design whiles considering the UX design process. Everyone interested in learning how to create apps/websites that are easy to navigate and use will benefit greatly from this session.
Another hands-on session with exercises, discussions, and introduction to an exciting new UX design topic.
Let’s get together to collaborate, invent and create products that people will be love.
I look forward to another UX Playground event and hope you will be joining us.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.