In this talk, Joe will take you on a journey to find the holy grail we are all looking for: the “perfect” design. We’ll look at a practical strategy that uses psychology to produce the ideal design for those tricky user experience design problems we face everyday.
What exactly is the perfect design? Well, that’s what you will find out in the session. We’ll look at the three aspects that define the perfect design and how you can make it work in your projects.
Psychology and The Perfect Design
In this talk, Creative Director Yiying Lu will share her branding design, illustration and typography projects from a multi-cultural & linguistic aspect. She will showcase and talk about her cross cultural design practices for global companies and organizations, such as Disney Shanghai, NYU Shanghai, Twitter, Cre8 Summit, 500 Startups, the Dumpling Emoji Project and so on. This talk will take audiences on a journey of exploring creativity within cross-cultural communication in the age of globalization.
Cross Cultural Design in the Age of Globalization
In this interactive talk, we’ll look into the weird gotchas of the web platform, and learn how to overcome them.
The Gnarly Gotchas Of Page Load Performance
Images are by far the greatest bottleneck to performance on the web, and with the average web page size now about 2.5MB large—images taking up 65% of that—we need to tame the beast. Running images through a compression program like ImageOptim is a good first step, but what else can we do? In this engaging talk, Una will survey new image formats and dive deep into image rendering and performance optimization techniques, demonstrating practical approaches to making your web projects noticeably faster.
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The Joy of Optimizing Images
We know that there’s a lot of optimizations that we can use to improve the performance of our images – but does this work really translate into wins for your company? In this talk, Allison McKnight, performance engineer at Etsy, will share real-world examples of the positive impact that image optimizations can have on metrics that your bosses and clients care about. You will walk away from this talk with compelling data and useful tools to help you get buy-in and support for this important user experience work at your company.
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Image Performance: Good For Your Users, Good For Your Business
There are so many ways to leave a memorable impression and create a connection. Designing empty states well is one of them. Empty States UX collects some great examples.
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Empty States UX
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Survey: What’s The Biggest Challenge For Your Online Business?
We all remember what happened when Apple CEO Steve Jobs passed away, hundreds of thousands of people voluntarily lined up outside of Apple stores, flowers in hand. They were mourning the loss of a great tech visionary but also paying tribute to the creator of a brand that they felt a deep emotional connection to. Apple doesn’t just have a bigger market share than Microsoft (at least, with smartphones), it pulls at the heartstrings of millions of consumers. It is true that supplying helpful information to customers will reduce buying risks and add practical value, but what’s more powerful is…
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How Emotional Motivators Can Drive Authentic Brand Growth
Grab your designer and sit them down for this one. Color is a subtle beast. Get the right color scheme down, and you could hit the jackpot. Get it wrong, and you might turn a huge chunk of visitors off. Or even worse, they may not notice your call-to-action. And with an almost limitless amount of color combinations to test, it’s virtually impossible to A/B test your way to the most optimal combination. So what do you do? Your best shot is trust your designer’s instinct. Or at least have he or she determine your testing hypotheses if you’re going…
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Infographic: How Colors Affect Conversions
Your customer testimonials deserve the spotlight. They should be front-and-center on your landing page. The headliner. The star attraction. And yet, all-too-often, you see these vital elements of social proof treated like bit-players on the most important conversion-focused pages. They’re buried far below the hero section or crammed into some tough-to-see spot. And that is one huge missed opportunity. Sorta like casting De Niro to play the dead guy on CSI. Now, there’s been loads of articles written about how quality customer testimonials build trust, add credibility and generally fire up the conversion rate of landing pages. So I’m not…
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How to Boost Conversions by Letting the Customer Do Your Marketing for You