Blatnick, Chris; Freeman, Nathan: BP101 Designing the User Experience: Why Your Interface Matters

Think all IBM Lotus Notes applications need to look and function the same? Think again! To most users, the interface IS the application. In this session, you'll find compelling reasons for why designing the user experience should be a big part of your job as a Lotus Notes developer. Learn about the...

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YEAR: 2007
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BP101 Designing the User Experience: Why Your Interface Matters
Chris Blatnick; Nathan Freeman / 23.01.2007 22:15:00

Think all IBM Lotus Notes applications need to look and function the same? Think again! To most users, the interface IS the application. In this session, you'll find compelling reasons for why designing the user experience should be a big part of your job as a Lotus Notes developer. Learn about the importance of “interface first” design, incorporating the ideas of usability and aesthetics into your application plans at the very start of a project. Discover methods for reworking existing designs to provide the best user experience possible. Dive into concepts such as user profiles, low-fidelity prototyping and usability testing and see before and after examples that demonstrate why interface matters.

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