UX design and usability for mobile

25-26 May 2011 in Sofia, Bulgaria


May 25th - Seminar day: presentations and panel discussion
May 26th - Two interactive workshops. After party
May 27-29th - An optional 3-day tour around Bulgaria: ancient monasteries, wine cellars, and more

See the upcoming edition of the conference - UX Sofia

SEMINAR SPEAKERS

The conference starts with eight presentations held in English and Bulgarian with simultaneous translation. We finish the day with a discussion.

WORKSHOPS, THURSDAY, MAY 26 2011

On the second day we continue with two 4-hour workshops.

Peter Boersma

Good design faster

Peter Boersma, Adaptive Path

To create great user experiences, you need fast, agile, and compelling tools that generate new ideas and solve tough problems of interactivity, flow, and form.

The workshop, is an immersive, hands-on experience that takes you from back-of-the-napkin sketching to complete, team-approved designs in a remarkably short time. It brings together Adaptive Path's favorite techniques for rapid, flexible design and prototyping, and recreates the high-energy experience of working in an Adaptive Path design studio.

In this workshop you'll learn methods and build skills to:
  • Explore a variety of design possibilities through a structured, rapid ideation process.
  • Convey your ideas and build team buy-in using sketchboards.
  • Facilitate honest, productive design reviews with a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Put it all together into a repeatable, sprint-driven design process.
Chris Mills

HTML5 and CSS3: the easy path to responsive, adaptable, accessible user interfaces

Chris Mills, Opera

There is a lot of buzz around HTML5 and CSS3, but what can you actually do with them, and what will work across different browsers today? Sure, the technologies sound sexy, but there is no point using them if a large proportion of your user base then can't access your content. So what do we do?

This workshop will give you a real world picture of the most interesting and well supported HTML5 and CSS3 features, and how to create a web site that rocks, but will still be accessible to older browsers, mobile users, and people with disabilities.

The topics that will be covered include:
  • HTML5 semantic elements
  • HTML5 forms
  • CSS3 for easier bling and more responsive UIs
  • Cross-browser videos with Flash fallbacks
  • Mobile optimized layouts
  • Appcache for working offline

PICTURES FROM UX SOFIA 2011

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CULTURAL TOUR, FRIDAY–SUNDAY, MAY 27–29 2011

Dobarsko – Dobrinishte – Bansko - Vlahi - Melnik - Rila Monastery - Sofia

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CONTACT US

This event is organized by Lucrat. If you would like to participate or to become a partner/sponsor contact:

PARTNERS

Official sponsor:
Superhosting
Sponsors:
VMware Opera Software FatDUX Kabinata
Supported by:
Holiday Inn Web and Events usit Kaldata Vivo Bulgarian Web Association