Joe Leech – Forms are boring – NUX2
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Joe Leech – Forms are boring
NUX2 – Manchester UX, Design & Psychology Conference – The Comedy Store, Manchester – 25th Oct 2013 – http://uxmanc.co.uk
There’s nothing worse than a form design project. The thought of laying out page after page of white boxes and labels can send the average designer to sleep.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
@mrjoe will show you how to add a little magic to your forms. Using psychology, craft and a little sparkle you’ll be designing forms that are both fun to create and a pleasure to use.
Joe Leech, @mrjoe, Joe to his friends is a User Experience Director working for cxpartners in Bristol. He’s been working in UX for 10 years designing and researching with clients like Marriott, theTrainline, eBay and Disney. He’s the author of the ebook “Psychology For Designers”, which is available from PsychologyForDesigners.com for the bargainous sum of £2. Buy it.
Sketchnotes from Joe’s talk
From @ChrisSpalton: http://tiny.cc/nux2-joe-sketch
From @FrancisRowland: http://tiny.cc/nux2-joe-sketch2
Slides from Joe’s talk
Video filmed and edited by Matt Harney
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