Fwd: HFI Webcast July 12: The power of UI design patterns

Daphne Ogle daphne at media.berkeley.edu
Tue Jul 10 00:02:02 UTC 2007


For those of you interested in Design Patterns...

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> From: "Bryan Floyd - HFI" <hfimail at mail1.humanfactors.com>
> Date: July 9, 2007 2:16:54 PM PDT
> To: <dogle at umich.edu>
> Subject: HFI Webcast July 12: The power of UI design patterns
> Reply-To: "Bryan Floyd - HFI" <hfimail at mail1.humanfactors.com>
>
>
> Human Factors International (HFI) invites you to our free, live  
> Webcast:
>
> "More than just a pretty page...The importance of user interface  
> design patterns"
>
> Live broadcast: Thursday, July 12th at 3:30 pm (US Eastern time)
>
> Download free whitepaper and connect to the webcast at:
> http://www.humanfactors.com/downloads/webcasts.asp
>
> Co-hosts:
> Dean Barker - Executive Director, HFI
> Susan Weinschenk - Chief of Technical Staff, HFI
>
> User interface (UI) patterns are reusable templates for interaction  
> design.
> HFI's Dean Barker and Susan Weinschenk will explain how UI patterns  
> ensure
> consistent designs that follow best practices, letting you focus on  
> content
> and user needs. Patterns are the foundation of a user interface design
> standard and address greater detail than styleguides.
>
> UI patterns offer many benefits:
> - Capture best practices
> - Designers have a reusable foundation to create interface designs
> - Solve routine design problems
> - Encourage rapid design exploration and prototyping
> - Retain a valuable enterprise knowledge base
>
> You will learn how to:
> - create a user interface pattern library
> - demonstrate the business case for a pattern-based approach to UI  
> design
>
> The broadcast concludes with a live Q&A session where you can  
> submit questions.
>
> See you at the Webcast!
>
> Bryan Floyd
> Chief Marketing Officer
> Human Factors International
> http://www.humanfactors.com
>
> Over 25 years of global services in user-centered design
>
>
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Daphne Ogle
Senior Interaction Designer
University of California, Berkeley
Educational Technology Services
daphne at media.berkeley.edu
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