UX and Performance
I’ll be speaking at General Assembly about performance and how it is a fundamental part of UX. The event is called Blurred Lines in Technology & Design and is an evening exploring multidisciplinary roles within product design.
At the point of writing this post I’ve not written the talk but a few points I will cover will be:
- Why performance is important
- How to design for performance
- Actual speed
- Perceived speed
- Performance and product strategy
The talk is aimed at anyone who works in product design. I will talk mostly about principles rather than do’s and don’ts.
Date and venue
- 20th April 2017 at 6-9pm
- GA London, The Relay Building, 1st Floor, 114 Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7PT
Tickets are free and available from the General Assembly event page
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