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How being my mom’s webmaster made me a better UX Architect

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June 2, 2015 11:05 AM

Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas, NV

As UX designers, we love to dive right into new technology, from navigating through a new UI or parsing jargon-filled instructions. But to many of our users – especially the less tech-savvy ones – adopting new tools and changing workflows can be a stressful experience. It’s important to remember to design for the users – not for ourselves. Users like Justin’s mom, Donna, who's been running creative businesses online since 1995. In this session, Justin will leverage his experience as his mom’s webmaster and share his strategies for designing interactions and writing copy that will work for users of any skill level. He’ll look at common pitfalls that less-than-savvy users fall into when learning new workflows as well as principles that empower all users.

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