Jun 14, 2018 | Duration: 579 minutes
This episode features a User Experience review of startup O'Connect, an app that allows you to find the best conferences to attend and the right people to connect with. Filmed at UCSD's Design Lab, San Diego UXperts Chad Martin, Kris Angell, and David Panarelli give UX feedback on topics such as information architecture, visual design, branding, and accessibility. They question whether the app is trying to do too much without a clear understanding of its users and value proposition. Specific topics covered include:
- Creating an interface and user-journey that is easy to navigate and brings the key features to the front
- Designing for the attendee's journey, but not forgetting about the conference organizers and sponsors
- Understanding how micro-interactions can add up to a good or bad overall experience
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