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Designing Rich Applications: The process, patterns and design principles

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Designing Rich Applications: The process, patterns and design principles

Time: May 3, 2010 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Leadership Austin
Street: 1609 Shoal Creek Boulevard
City/Town: Austin, TX 78701
Website or Map: http://www.leadershipaustin.o…
Event Type: presentation
Organized By: Tori Breitling
Latest Activity: Apr 2

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Designing Rich Internet Applications can challenge even the most experienced teams. Learn how to apply standard principles and patterns to design rich products that delight your customers. We'll look at hundreds of examples from the best RIAs in the market today while we learn how to design for richness on 4 levels: the application structure, the screen layouts, the UI controls, and the interactions.

Theresa Neil is a User Experience consultant based in Austin, Texas. She has led the design for more than 100 live web, desktop and mobile applications since 2001. Recent clients include Google, PBS, and PayPal. Her portfolio and blog are at www.theresaneil.com.

Theresa and Bill Scott co-authored "Designing Web Interfaces: Principles and Patterns for Rich Interactions" published by O'Reilly Media in January of 2009. More about the book including the Flickr photo stream and blog are at www.designingwebinterfaces.com.

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Comment by Jaladhi Pujara on May 4, 2010 at 9:40am
Excellent presentation! Thank you for sharing your insights.

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