10:45 AM Sunday
Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 5th and 6th 2013session

The Science of Great UI, Part 2


About This Session

Learn how to how to present information effectively. We’ll cover information relevance, proximity, information in parallel, emphasis, smallest effective difference, contrast, size, color, text, fonts, borders, and signal & noise. We’ll show how existing user interfaces can be improved. If you don’t have a graphic artist on your team, this session will show you how to fake it, and if you do, this session will show you how to communicate with them persuasively. We’ll also present a compelling business case for great UI. Regardless of whether you’re building applications for the web, desktop, or mobile, you’ll learn how to reduce visual noise, lower barriers to entry, enhance clarity and make your applications a pleasure to use. It’s all about making customers happy, and this session will show how you can make a big difference with small changes.

Time: 10:45 AM Sunday    Room: Not Assigned 

The Speaker(s)

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Mark Miller

Chief Scientist , DevExpress