Speaker: Jordan Lawrence
Are you someone whose day job isn't design, but constantly works with designers? Have you ever wondered "what goes into making great UX, and why in the world is testing so important?!" Well, have I got good news for you!
Jordan Lawrence here. I have a fantastic new talk about why words are important and why we should strive to delight our user. You'll learn the 6 gems needed for creating great UX. Everything from designing for your data, to things you can practice at home. Once you learn, you'll be critiquing every app you use and web page you visit in no time! You will start saying things like, "that app is awful. Let me tell you why..." OR "wow, the organization of this screen rivals that of a toddler's sticker book."
Jordan has focused heavily in the last 4 years on RevCycle, along with countless other contributions such as: icon design strategy, referrals management, eligibility, bill estimation, provider search, and DevCon asset design.
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Very good way of explaining in just 6 ways, I am grateful to you for sharing this. One thing to add, I think you also a designer like me, sometime reads but not understand like 100 vs 1: 18:52 added information/context adds clarity, if you add also on recap 32:32, it will be memorable and delightful as well :)
this video sucked, even at 1.25x it was boring. It could have been 10 minute video
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And where's the UI? The "finished" example is somewhat usable but painful to look at.
5:46 there's a ’ instead of a ' Because, these days, right single quotes are often automatically applied instead of apostrophes (which don't lean in any direction).
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This is Cerner, a company that has produced the absolute WORST electronic medical records software (Millennium) with a user interface designed by a teenager in Windows 95. It's a nightmare for medical staff to use and it results in WORSE health outcomes for all. They should pay some UI/UX people to fix that clusterfuck.
How was this recommended to me? I don't even know what a UX is lol
Why worry about tomorrow, when today is all we have?
Ugh! What Is It With All The Capitalization In This Presentation? I Find It Doesn't Read Very Well When There Are More Than Two Words In A Statement. What are your thoughts?
When someone starts an event like this talking about himself...
Users actually hate whitespace (at least all of the ones I know of - and yes, I hate it too on sites I visit). They often report it as a bug actually... "Why does my screen have whitespace but my co-worker's screen doesn't? I want bigger text and buttons too. It must be a bug, fix it."
Chuck Norris is in the death star trench run; Obi one kenobi: use the force chuck. Chuck Norris: F*** you old man, I use round house kick. Period The death star blew up with only one roundhouse kick and the universe was saved.
The leader of my group at work REALLY likes giant buttons. By giant I mean it literally takes up 1/6 of the screen. You can have 6 buttons showing on a full desktop computer and on a phone you can see 2 smaller big buttons at a time.
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