In the leadup to Product://remote we’re putting the spotlight on the 2 dozen fantastic sessions we have lined up for attendees.
Make me pretty
By Emma Carter
According to research you’re going to spend 10% more time looking at my speaker profile than reading my Bio, which is a little bit creepy.
65% of the population are visual learners and more than 500 million people use Instagram daily to like photos, comment and post stories. Visual design is in our DNA and it impacts our overall product experience.
The rise of design sprints, MVP’s and simply getting an idea out there as fast as possible to test and gain feedback is great to validate an idea. The continuous delivery of products ensures we are always testing and constantly delivering better experiences to customers. However, the visual design of products and software is often seen as just adding the lipstick. Some delivery teams don’t even have time to go back over products and add the polish to create a better experience for customers, yet 65% of the population are visual learners.
How much impact does the visual aesthetics really have on the user behaviour and overall product experience?
During the 20 minutes, I will walk you though the impact visual aesthetics has on the user behaviour and overall product experience. How brands like Uber use visual elements to optimise pages. You will leave knowing more about how our brains work and process visual elements. How visual elements guide users attention and how brands are boosting their revenue by combining their brand and key user interface design. All of which is vital for any successful product.
About Emma Carter
After running an award winning design agency in the UK, and being shortlisted for entrepreneur of the year in 2011, Emma moved to Brisbane and joined ThoughtWorks as a User Experience Designer.
She’s the author of the best selling book, voted by Amazon: Beyond The Logo.
She has over thirteen years of experience in branding, visual design and user experience design, and takes a user-centered approach to her work with a focus on, branding, user experience, marketing, interaction, and interface design.
To truly create the ‘Total Brand Experience’ she believes you need to combine, strategy, design and technology.
See two dozen world-leading experts on all product design, management and ownership at Product://Remote November 2020
Product://Remote takes place across the month of November (and just a bit of December), and features two dozen world-leading experts on all things product designing management at an amazing price, just $195 before October 16th.
Conveniently timed for attendees from the North American West Coast, right across the pacific to Hong Kong and Singapore, Japan and beyond connect–with your peers at Code.