Designing with Empathy

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Class description

User Experience Designers know the value of User-Centric Designs. Success of such a UCD in the omni-present Web extends to people with different levels of abilities and disabilities. This is referred to as Universal Design.

In this session you will learn how to address these various levels learning and functional abilities. You will learn what design approaches to take when designing the navigation or content of a screen; how to create a form; or, when and how to present messaging.

Speaker

Seda Maurer

Date

May 18th, 2017

Time

2:15 pm-3:45 pm

Class level

Beginner

Class type

Lecture

Track

Design & Usability

Prerequisites

None

Take Aways

  • Learn how to create Universal Design! This includes best practices for creating designs for all users, including those with cognitive issues such as:
    1. Memory
    2. Problem Solving
    3. Attention
    4. Reading
    5. Math Comprehension
    6. Visual Comprehension
  • Learn how to organize content, design a form, or present feedback and confirmations.

Location

Room TH 116

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