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http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/cathy_pearl1-50.jpgCathy Pearl

Designing for voice interactions

By Cathy Pearl | January 19, 2017
Cathy Pearl explores design principles for creating voice user interfaces (VUIs).

UX field research basics

By David Farkas, Brad Nunnally | December 01, 2016
Brad Nunnally and David Farkas highlight some of the key principles involved in any researcher's toolkit and explore lessons learned from the three main stages of conducting field studies.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/adam_scott1-50.jpgAdam Scott

Building web apps that work everywhere

By Adam Scott | December 01, 2016
Adam Scott explores how to build web apps that deliver services for everyone, everywhere, covering a range of topics around building websites and applications that meet the needs of all users.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jim_kalbach.jpgJim Kalbach

Visualizing Value: How to Align Teams with Experience Mapping

By Jim Kalbach | October 06, 2016
In this webcast you will learn: the value of experience mapping and how you get results quick, and the key factors of a solid mapping effort, which still apply even in rapid creation situations.

Techniques for Successfully Moving to Microservices Architecture

By Asad Ali, Reinhard Pilz | September 29, 2016
In this webcast, you'll get a deeper look at 3 anti-patterns in microservices architecture that may cause significant performance impacts on your applications.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/peter_merholz1-50.jpgPeter Merholz

Org design for design orgs

By Peter Merholz | September 29, 2016
Peter Merholz shares hard-won insights on how to run an effective design organization, focusing on the managerial and operational aspects of design leadership.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/pamela_pavliscak.jpgPamela Pavliscak

Emotionally intelligent design

By Pamela Pavliscak | September 08, 2016
Pamela Pavliscak draws on the hallmarks of emotional intelligence—perceiving, understanding, communicating, and managing—to create a meaningful approach to emotional design that moves beyond delight.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/tim_frick-50.jpgTim Frick

Designing for Sustainability

By Tim Frick | August 18, 2016
Tim explains why sustainable practices will be increasingly important as the Internet continues its rapid growth and explores how organizations large and small are already taking steps toward building a cleaner, greener Internet.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/joel_marsh-50.jpgJoel Marsh

Good UX process, step by step: For beginners (and those who need a refresher)

By Joel Marsh | June 30, 2016
In this one-hour webcast, Joel Marsh, author of UX for Beginners, walks participants through designing a new feature for his ridiculous fictional app, Tinder for Dogs, creating the documents in real time.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/patrick_hebron1-50.jpgPatrick Hebron

Creative partnerships: Machine learning and the future of design

By Patrick Hebron | May 05, 2016
This webcast is intended for user interface and user experience designers as well as anyone interested in how recent advancements in machine learning can radically enhance software capabilities through natural language processing, image recognition, ...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/scott_hurff-50.jpgScott Hurff

Computers are lazy: Fight back with the UI stack

By Scott Hurff | March 09, 2016
By the end of this webcast you'll learn, ultimately, how to make user interfaces that are both more human and more understandable.

Strategic approaches to real-world architectural challenges

By Lawrence Finn, Robert Hurlbut, Juval Löwy, Alex Silva | March 01, 2016
Join four seasoned software architects as they recount larger-than-life architectural challenges and share their strategies and solutions for dealing with them.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jaime_levy-50.jpgJaime Levy

Conducting methodical guerrilla user research without monkey business

By Jaime Levy | February 24, 2016
Through a Hollywood café case study, this presentation will outline exactly how to plan, conduct, and quickly analyze measurable feedback through cost-effective qualitative field research.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jim_kalbach.jpgJim Kalbach

Rapid Techniques for Mapping Experiences

By Jim Kalbach | February 10, 2016
In this webcast you will learn: the value of experience mapping and how you get results quick, and the key factors of a solid mapping effort, which still apply even in rapid creation situations.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/dan_brown1-50.jpgDan Brown

Collaborative Design Discovery: Essential Techniques for Learning Together

By Dan Brown | December 17, 2015
Without Discovery, design projects collapse into a disorganized mess. As a designer, you rely on Discovery to clarify the assignment and establish a north star to guide your team's work. To ensure everyone is pointed at the same star, however, you need...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/alastair_somerville-50.jpgAlastair Somerville

Start Making Sense — Fundamentals of Sensory Design

By Alastair Somerville | December 09, 2015
In this session, Alastair will help you frame ways of thinking about user centered design for wearable and internet of things devices using his work and research into senses, emotions and cognition.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/nick_inzucchi-1.jpgNick Inzucchi

UX Prototyping Basics: Fundamentals, Tools, and Techniques

By Nick Inzucchi | December 03, 2015
In this webcast we'll survey the landscape of these new tools, with special emphasis on InVision and Framer Studio.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/scott_murray1-50.jpgScott Murray

Creative coding with Processing for designers

By Scott Murray | November 19, 2015
In this half-hour presentation, Scott Murray introduces Processing, a free creative coding tool for artists and designers.

Designing secure experiences: Balancing usability and security

By Rachel Ilan, Guy Podjarny | November 17, 2015
In this webcast, Rachel and Guy will combine their UX and security expertise to offer an alternative, showing examples that aspire to solve the problem, and sharing best practices of how to provide a secure experience that doesn't alienate users.

Design Sprint: A fast start to creating a great digital product

By Richard Banfield, C. Todd Lombardo, Trace Wax | October 20, 2015
In this webcast, you'll learn both why and how Design Sprints work and how you can use Design Sprints to enhance your own design process.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/chris_noessel-50.jpgChris Noessel

Designing for Agents: The UX of Soft AI

By Chris Noessel | October 15, 2015
There is a new category of technology that is emerging across the world, in which a system does complex work on behalf of its user. Come get ahead of this trend as Chris introduces it and tours the tech across 7 key examples.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/greg_nudelman-50.jpgGreg Nudelman

Lean prototyping for wearables and mobile design: 12 pro tips

By Greg Nudelman | October 14, 2015
In this hands-on, practical session Greg will be giving away 12 hard-won secrets of using low-fidelity paper prototyping techniques to envision, design & test Apple/Android mobile and wearable interfaces.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/dani_nordin1-50.jpgDani Nordin

Effective UX Design with Patterns: Build and Leverage a Pattern Library for Rapid Iteration and Prototyping

By Dani Nordin | September 10, 2015
In this webcast, Harvard Business Review's Senior UX Designer, Dani Nordin, will describe the process we have been working on to document existing design patterns and create a working set of elements that allow both for rapid iteration of design prototypes...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/erin_malone2-50.jpgErin Malone

The foundations of designing social interfaces

By Erin Malone | August 20, 2015
In this webcast we will explore the foundations and key facets in the social landscape that should be considered when designing for social experiences and we'll look at a set of high-level practices that underpin individual interactions.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/gretchen_anderson-50.jpgGretchen Anderson

Designing products and experiences for social impact

By Gretchen Anderson | July 15, 2015
In this webcast you'll learn how design for social good is different, and key lessons learned by those working in areas such as voter turn out, education, and public health.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/andy_goodman-50.jpgAndy Goodman

Zero UI: the end of a screen-based world

By Andy Goodman | July 14, 2015
In this webcast, we will explore: the technologies, theories, and possible futures of Zero UI; what it means to design and build these interfaces, and; what it will mean to live alongside or even inside them.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/james_forrest-50.jpgJames Forrest

UX discothèque: How to DJ design thinking!

By James Forrest | July 07, 2015
Using techniques from DJ culture and music performance, we will explore how UX design can be elevated to new dimensions using some tricks of the trade.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/hinton_andrew.jpgAndrew Hinton

Understanding Context: Why context matters for UX pros, information architects, and web app designers

By Andrew Hinton | June 10, 2015
Drawing from his book, Understanding Context, Andrew Hinton shares insights on taming these challenges with models for how context works, and how users comprehend it.

Prototyping Connected Devices (IoT)

By Todd Zielinksi, Bill Horan | May 14, 2015
In this webcast, we'd look at the available solutions and demonstrate a practical application.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jonathan_follett-50.jpgJonathan Follett

UX Design for Emerging Technologies

By Jonathan Follett | April 30, 2015
In this webcast, we'll take a look at the role of the UX designer, as new technologies begin to blur the boundaries between design and engineering for software, hardware, and biotech.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jim_brikman.jpgYevgenniy (Jim) Brikman

A Guide to Hiring for your Startup

By Yevgenniy (Jim) Brikman | April 30, 2015
In this talk, Yevgeniy (Jim) Brikman will describe how to hire for your startup, including finding co-founders, early hires, and later hires.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/juval_lowy-50.jpgJuval Löwy

Software Project Design

By Juval Löwy | April 07, 2015
In this intense webcast Juval Lowy shares his approach software project design, along with his unique insight for delivering software on schedule and budget.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/tom_greever-3.jpgTom Greever

Articulating Design Decisions

By Tom Greever | April 07, 2015
This session led by Tom Greever, author of Articulating Design Decisions, provides principles, tactics, and actionable methods for talking about designs with executives, managers, developers, marketers, and other stakeholders who have influence over ...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/simon_king-50.jpgSimon King

Strong Ideas, Loosely Held: The Balancing Act of Design Intuition

By Simon King | April 02, 2015
In this webcast Simon King will share techniques for designers to reflect on that conversation and prototyping tools to help simplify it.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/matt_nish-lapidus-50.jpgMatt Nish-Lapidus

Designing The Programmable World

By Matt Nish-Lapidus | March 24, 2015
This webcast will examine different aspects and perspectives on the networked world, and specifically how designers play a part in shaping it.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/laura_klein-1.jpgLaura Klein

Qualitative vs. Quantitative: Using Better Data to Improve Performance and Design

By Laura Klein | March 11, 2015
Join us to learn a step-by-step process for using both metrics and interviewing to discover problems with your product and find effective solutions.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/indi_young-50.jpgIndi Young

Balancing Science with Person-Focused Research

By Indi Young | March 10, 2015
In this webcast you will learn the valuable way to practice empathy, and it goes far beyond being a hot buzzword.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jeff_gothel-50.jpgJeff Gothelf

Lean UX: Aligning Business, Design, and Technology

By Jeff Gothelf | March 10, 2015
Jeff Gothelf, author of Lean UX, will share his points of view on how pragmatism anchored in your organization's unique reality trumps the purity of process doctrine. Jeff's talk will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/lisa_welchman-50.jpgLisa Welchman

Managing Chaos: Digital Governance by Design

By Lisa Welchman | February 26, 2015
In this webcast, you will learn: the basic definition of digital governance, the four steps involved in designing a digital governance framework, and good practices for digital team structure.

Designing Voice Interfaces

By Tanya Kraljic, Timothy Lynch | February 26, 2015
This webcast led by Tanya Krajlic and Timothy Lynch will address the technical building blocks of, and the fundamental design considerations behind voice interfaces.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/christian_manzella-50.jpgChristian Manzella

Managing the UX Team: Learning How to Learn Again

By Christian Manzella | February 05, 2015
This webcast talk is designed to provide information for beginning managers and individual contributors who are looking at getting into management.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jaime_levy-50.jpgJaime Levy

What the Hell is UX Strategy?!

By Jaime Levy | February 04, 2015
In this webcast, Jaime Levy, author of UX Strategy will demystify a crucial practice that up until now has been overrun by highfalutin propaganda.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jason_mark2-50.jpgJason Mark

5-Minute Lightning Critiques: Design for the Real World

By Jason Mark | January 15, 2015
In this live webcast watch as creative guru Jason Mark, co-founder of Gravity Switch, provides accessible, real-world advice to improve the visual design and usability of your projects.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/ayah_bdeir-50.jpgAyah Bdeir

The Internet as Material: Empowering the Next Phase of Connected Hardware Innovation

By Ayah Bdeir | January 14, 2015
In this webcast, Ayah Bdeir will talk about how we can democratize the Internet of Things and enable 8 year old kids, corporate executives and professional engineers alike to understand, recreate and most importantly innovate in their connected world...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/pamela_pavliscak.jpgPamela Pavliscak

Data-Informed Design

By Pamela Pavliscak | January 08, 2015
This webcast walks through how to identify the data that means the most to user experience and how to use it to make smart decisions about design.

Discussing Design: The Art of Critique

By Adam Connor, Aaron Irizarry | December 16, 2014
Adam Connor will describe how to give, receive, and act upon feedback while confidently guiding your projects through beneficial feedback loops.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/peter_morville-1.jpgPeter Morville

The Architecture of Understanding

By Peter Morville | November 18, 2014
Peter Morville draws from his new book, Intertwingled, to reveal how everything is connected from code to culture.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/laura_busche.jpgLaura Busche

Lean Branding: 15 Hacks to Create, Communicate & Sell Your Startup’s Brand

By Laura Busche | November 07, 2014
In this webcast, Laura Busche, author of Lean Branding, will share 15 tactics to build your very own high-converting, dynamic brand.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/skip_allums-50.jpgSkip Allums

UX Design for Mobile Payment Experiences - Ten Tips and Tricks

By Skip Allums | October 15, 2014
In this webcast, we'll look at ten emerging UX design best practices for mobile payment interactions.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/rachel_hinman-50.jpgRachel Hinman

Our Wearable Future: Opportunities and Challenges for Wearable Technology

By Rachel Hinman | October 14, 2014
Want to get the most out of your usability testing? In this webcast we'll put the goals together with a recipe for planning a usability test, so you can mix your own.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/john_ferrara-50.jpgJohn Ferrara

Designing Effective Games to Do Awesome Things in the Real World

By John Ferrara | September 17, 2014
In this webcast talk led by John Ferrara, author of Playful Design, brings things back to the basics of good design practice, with an emphasis on how games themselves can create real value in the real world.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/hunter_whitney-50.jpgHunter Whitney

It’s About Time: Using Temporal Visualization Techniques to Give Data More Meaning and Context

By Hunter Whitney | September 16, 2014
This webcast will include key ideas, techniques, and practical applications to represent and explore event sequences and their temporal patterns.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jason_pamental.jpgJason Pamental

Responsive Typography: Design for Meaning, Not for Screen Size

By Jason Pamental | September 10, 2014
Responsive Typography is the notion that our type must move and change and adapt just as the rest of our designs do as users shift from device to desktop and beyond. In fact, it may have a bigger impact on readability and usability than any other aspect...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/whitney_quesenbery-50.jpgWhitney Quesenbery

What You Can Learn From a Usability Test

By Whitney Quesenbery | July 29, 2014
Want to get the most out of your usability testing? In this webcast we'll put the goals together with a recipe for planning a usability test, so you can mix your own.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/peter_jones-50.jpgPeter Jones

Design for Healthcare Service Systems

By Peter Jones | July 23, 2014
In this webcast, Peter Jones, author of the 2013 Rosenfeld book Design for Care: Innovating Healthcare Experience, will discuss using technology to help design new care delivery systems that address some of the other major issues in healthcare.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/debra_gelman-50.jpgDebra Gelman

Just Make It Fun: What Designing For Kids Can Teach Us About User Experience

By Debra Gelman | July 22, 2014
In this webcast presented by Deb Gelman author of Design for Kids, we will identify techniques from designing for kids that we can apply to adult audiences to increase satisfaction and engagement.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/kirsten_hunter-50.jpgKirsten Hunter

Designing Irresistible APIs

By Kirsten Hunter | June 19, 2014
In this webcast led by Kirsten Jones, you'll learn what you need to know to design, plan and execute a successful, engaging API and how to avoid common pitfalls.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/theresa_neil-50.jpgTheresa Neil

Rethinking Mobile Tutorials: Which Patterns Really Work?

By Theresa Neil | June 03, 2014
In this webcast, we'll look at why many common tutorial patterns are ineffective and how you can leverage game design principles to increase user engagement.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/michael_delgaudio2-50.jpgMichael DelGaudio

Understanding Human Motivation in the Age of Connected Machines

By Michael DelGaudio | May 01, 2014
In this webcast talk presented by Michael Delgaudio, we'll focus on why the human role is crucial in the Age of Connected Machines.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/carla_diana-50.jpgCarla Diana

Behind the Scenes of LEO the Maker Prince: Journeys in 3D Printing

By Carla Diana | April 30, 2014
Carla Diana will share research, inspiration and design work from the book, LEO the Maker Prince: Journeys in 3D Printing.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/dani_nordin1-50.jpgDani Nordin

Better Drupal UX Design with Savvy User Research

By Dani Nordin | March 27, 2014
UX Designer and Drupal for Designers author Dani Nordin will share techniques she has used to help web teams uncover the true needs of their audience and create better projects.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/victor_lombardi-50.jpgVictor Lombardi

Why We Fail: Learning from Experience Design Failures

By Victor Lombardi | December 03, 2013
Victor Lombardi, author of Why We Fail, spent the past two years researching websites and consumer electronics that were successfully launched and hailed as great designs, but failed unexpectedly when people used them, such as Google Wave, Pownce, and...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/dani_nordin1-50.jpgDani Nordin

Drupal for Designers: Talking to Clients about Drupal

By Dani Nordin | November 15, 2011
In this webcast, Dani Nordin, author of the Drupal for Designers series, will walk you through the process of working with clients through the Drupal design process.