Key differences between designing for Android 4 vs. Android 2.x and iOS: How to use the new Action bar scheme and overflow menus to implement Right Size for Every Device (and where this fails). How to design Android buttons, actions, and menus. The truth about the Drawer menu. Google Plus and Bank Simple use it; should you? How to design forms and screens to flow, without containers, with rounded corners, using the Mobile Space Unbound design principle.
How to avoid a common IA mistake: creating a completely different UI for viewing and refining the same data, which results in a confusing information architecture. A TripAdvisor Android 4.0 case study will help you to avoid the common mistake of adding multiple, and ultimately confusing, ways to find the same content.
Parallel Architecture: Android 4.0 design pattern: This ingenious, practical design pattern will help your customers find your content and products easily, every time, while also providing an advanced user interface for customers who need it. Greg will demonstrate how to redesign the TripAdvisor interface using his lightweight, inexpensive, sticky-notes agile design method, which also creates a paper prototype ready for usability testing.
Greg will give away two copies of his new book: Android Design Patterns: Interaction Design Solutions for Developers, Wiley, 2013, as prizes to top participants!
Greg Nudelman is a Mobile and Tablet Experience Strategist, Fortune 500 Advisor, Author/Speaker, and CEO of DesignCaffeine, Inc. For over fifteen years, he has helped his clients eBay, WebEx, Wells Fargo, PayPal, Safeway, Cisco, IBM, Associated Press, and Groupon amass millions of satisfied customers. An internationally acclaimed design workshop leader, with sold-out workshops at Adaptive Path’s UXWeek, SXSW, MobX Berlin, UX Israel, IA Summit, WebVisions, Design4Mobile, Search Engine Summit, Enterprise Search Summit, Net Squared Conference, DrawCamp, and SketchCamp. Greg is also author of Designing Search: UX Strategies for eCommerce Success, Wiley, 2011, co-authored Smashing Mobile Book, 2012, and has contributed to a half-dozen UX design books. For more information about Greg, see DesignCaffeine.com and AndroidDesignBook.com.
Location: 701 First Avenue Room: Building C, 1st Floor, URLs Cafeteria Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Directions to Yahoo! Sunnyvale
From San Jose: 1. Take U.S. 101 northbound. 2. Exit at Mathilda Avenue. 3. Turn right onto North Mathilda Avenue. 4. Turn left onto First Avenue, opposite Bordeaux Drive, the street on the right. 5. Take the first right into the Yahoo! parking lot.
From San Francisco: 1. Take U.S. 101 southbound. 2. Take the Alviso/Milpitas exit to CA 237 eastbound. 3. Immediately after the merge onto 237, take the Mathilda Avenue exit. 4. Turn left onto North Mathilda Avenue. 5. Turn left onto First Avenue, opposite Bordeaux Drive, the street on the right. 6. Take the first right into the Yahoo! parking lot.