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Imagine you design chairs for a living. When you’ve designed the "perfect chair,” how long are you going to wait before you actually sit in it to see if it’s comfortable? Not very long, right? The same goes for application development. UI prototypes can help teams get on the same page and find UX problems early. You might think your UI is well-designed, but the real test comes when your target users try out your product. The last thing you want is rounds of code rewriting due to design flaws. But how do you find the flaws early enough to avoid the rewriting? That’s where usability testing comes in.
Infragistics Ultimate UI 17.1 combines best of breed UI controls and productivity tools delivering a complete toolkit for building modern apps. Click now to watch this interactive, demo-driven webinar lead by Infragistics Experts - Jason Beres, Sr. VP of Developer Tools, Sr. UX Designer George Abraham, Sr. Product Owner Brian Lagunas and Ignite UI Product Manager James Bender.
Anthropologists estimate that the human brain has evolved over the last 100,000 years. Digital technology, however, is relatively new and its exponential growth has enabled it to quickly surpass our humble cognitive capabilities. In this presentation, we explore how successfully and consistently bridging the technological divide requires a systematic process of innovation that makes technology personal and enables us to become technology partners rather than technology users.
Users of both business software and consumer applications can fall victim to data overload, and as designers of digital experiences, it is our responsibility to eliminate the background noise and present users with information that enables them to succeed. This presentation will examine the impact of the data we produce and consume in our daily lives, the role a user-centered design process plays in identifying meaningful information, and the challenges of utilizing data of the future.