The workshop is an intensive day learning all the best practices of how to learn to design for iOS Devices, going right from the basics of writing and preparing starter documents to the end files to send to developers. We'll be designing 5 different types of apps in small teams, with help, guidance and insider tips from Sarah as you go along.
Morning: Introduction to iOS Design / ADS Writing and Preparation / Wireframing, covering interaction design and planning / Design Session
Afternoon: Design Session continued / Designing the perfect icon / Preparing for Retina Display (iPhone 4, iPad 3) / Preparation of final documents for onward developers.
Sarah Parmenter is a User Interface designer specialising in iPhone and iPad UI Design. Sarah works as both a consultant and a designer to various brands in the UK and abroad as well as speaking at web related events worldwide. Sarah recently picked up the .net magazine award for "Designer of the Year".
Many products and services promise to be the easiest, smartest, and best things ever. The problem is, they're not -- and this disconnect between marketing and reality is building a web of skeptics.
Fortunately, anyone can build trust with users by setting realistic expectations and meeting them. And Stephanie Hay is going to help you get started in three areas: writing candid content, crafting helpful user experiences, and maintaining users' confidence even when you "fail."
Whether you're redoing your portfolio or crafting your company's website, you'll leave Steph's energizing workshop with a renewed sense of confidence that being genuine is actually the best.
Stephanie Hay is a content and UX consultant whose clients include Happy Cog and UIE. Her articles have appeared in A List Apart, UX Magazine, and Web Standards Sherpa, and she has spoken at conferences from Interlink and SXSWi to FOWD London. She co-founded two companies, is a resident mentor at 500 Startups, and is shit at football. Website / @steph_hay
Responsive design has made designing flexible websites fashionable again, but there's more to being fashionably flexible than technology or using CSS3 media queries.
So this unique workshop — hosted by Andy Clarke, designer, author and speaker — puts the design back into responsive design. Andy will teach you how to design from the "content out", instead of from the "canvas in".
He'll demonstrate how to separate design from layout and if you work with designs made in Photoshop, he'll show how to deconstruct a design into its components (color, texture and typography) before reassembling it for a fluid continuum of devices from, mobile phones to desktops and everything in between.
This popular workshop sold out across Australia in February 2012 and at Smashing Conference in Germany in September.
Andy Clarke I’m a designer at Stuff and Nonsense, author and speaker who's known for my design work, books, conference presentations and contributions to the community. Jeffrey Zeldman (the Godfather of web standards) once called me a "triple talented bastard." If you know of Jeffrey, you’ll know how happy that made me.
Over the last fourteen years, I've made designs for amazing clients and written two books, 'Transcending CSS' and 'Hardboiled Web Design'. I’ve given over 50 conference presentations and hosted workshops and training for other web professionals all over the world.