Designing Multi-Device Experiences
UX design across smart phones, tablets, computers, TV, and beyond
Thursday, January 16, 2014
6pm - London | 1pm - New York | Fri, Jan 17th at 5am - Sydney | Fri, Jan 17th at 3am - Tokyo | Fri, Jan 17th at 2am - Beijing | 11:30pm - Mumbai
Presented by: Michal Levin
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
What does it mean to design a product in a world where people own multiple connected devices and are already using them interchangeably, in order to accomplish a single goal? This hands-on webcast presentation by Michal Levin author of Designing Multi-Device Experiences, explores three key patterns to addressing this new reality: consistent, complementary, and continuous. Michal will show how these patterns can be used to develop a rich, contextual experience across different devices, keeping in mind the one thing that matters most: people.
About Michal Levin
Michal Levin, Senior User Experience Designer at Google, has extensive practice in UX design for web, mobile, and TV. Since joining Google in 2009, Michal has been responsible for the UX design of a variety of product areas including data analytics, data visualization, search, and business applications. She has presented at leading international UX conferences on the concept of ecosystem design, as well as designing for different screen sizes. Prior to Google, Michal worked as Senior UX expert at TZUR, a leading UX design consultancy in Israel, and as UX specialist at Modu, a start-up company that developed an innovative type of mobile eco-system. She holds two bachelor degrees from Tel Aviv University in Psychology and Communication & Business Management.
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