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There is more to User Experience (Ux) design on the web than just planning where things go and what they look like. A Ux designer's job doesn't stop after the page loads, it's really only just beginning. The difference between good designs and great designs are the nuances that come when we start thinking through all of the ways in which the audience will be interacting with an interface. This is becoming even more of a priority as the people using the web become increasingly sophisticated and as they begin to interact with it through a wider variety of devices, each with its own needs. It is Ux designers job to think beyond the static page comp and to be able to articulate their ideas to clients and other team members.

In this session, Jason Cranford Teague will explain some of the latest tools for helping to visualize dynamic and interactive interfaces in Drupal, explore some of the most recent trends in Ux design, and explain how responsive design will change the way we work.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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