Deciding what the right design tool of choice is for your next design project? In this event, we’re going to look at the key differences between the major design tools available today, and cover some best practices for creating elegant, useful designs and experiences.
In addition, we will demonstrate Adobe XD as an all-in-one platform that can take you from low fidelity designs to rich interactive prototypes for user testing. Our presenter, Caleb Kingston, will walk you through efficiency boosting features like responsive resize, and repeat grids to speed up the iteration process and discuss how you can use component states to rapidly scale your designs.
We look forward to connecting with you online!
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Registration is open!
Schedule: 6:00 pm - 7:30pm
Location: Zoom Webinar
Presenter: Caleb Kingston
This presentation is sponsored by Adobe XD.
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Behavioral Economics is a subset of Behavioral Science that deals with how humans make choices when presented with options. This talk isn’t about how to do behavioral economics, it isn’t about math, or modeling or any tough to understand stuff.
It’s about cool research people have done. We’ve done the hard work for you, read the research, summarized it, and now give you 5 really cool takeaways about humans you can use in your everyday work.
Guthrie Weinschenk is a Behavioral Economist and the COO of The Team W, Inc. He has a degree in Economics, a law degree, and is a licensed attorney. He consults on Behavioral Science and Behavioral Economics, teaches workshops and gives keynote speeches at business and design conferences.
Guthrie is the author of I Love You, Now Read This Book (It’s About Human Decision Making And Behavioral Economics) and is the host of the Human Tech podcast.
Glen Nelson Center
370 Wabasha St North, #500
St. Paul, MN 55102
If you need assistance finding the location or getting in the door the day of the event, please call: Danielle at 651-703-0865.
Join us for a full-day workshop on Behavioral Design!
Learn how to apply recent research in brain and behavioral science to engage, encourage, and persuade the people that use your products and services. In this fast-paced interactive workshop we share the latest research on how people see, pay attention, decide, and what motivates people to take action.
You will learn and practice how to apply this science to the design of your products, services, and spaces so that people will be engaged and persuaded to take specific action. Here are some of the things you will learn:
During the workshop you will practice applying what you are learning to practical product, interface, and interaction design. After the workshop you will take with you a summary of what you have learned and be ready to apply the ideas and techniques to your own projects.
Thursday, November 12, 2020
2020 THEME – HUMAN CENTERED AI
Over the last two decades computers have advanced human’s abilities to perform our work, ensure our safety, and even lightened our workload. Interest in AI’s capabilities to expand human performance even further continues to increase. However, there is an accompanying fear that humans will lose control of the technology they create.
In our theme this year, Human-Centered AI we seek to explore design systems that are both highly automated and allow a great degree of user control and will result in to expand human capabilities 1000-fold. If we can design AI which is “reliable, trusted, and safe” we can dramatically enhance human performance in the coming decade.
This year we plan to hold a full-day event, online via Webinar.
See more about the theme via World Usability Day website.
We are looking for Presenters!
If you are interested in presenting, or know someone who might be, on the theme of "Human Centered AI" please contact us for more information.
Schedule: 9:00 am - 3:30pm (Full schedule TBD)