Next Tuesday, October 22, I’ll give a lecture on feedback in user interfaces in New York City:
This lecture is for both user interface designers and developers. I have done some talks on this topic, but poor understanding of the importance of feedback in interfaces remains one of the main problems with them. This lecture includes things like levels of feedback quality (immediate, continuous, physical); progress indication, skeletons, and optimistic feedback; perceived performance. Also: how to fix the iPhone X’s side button that takes a little bit of time to put your phone to sleep and make it behave like the old iPhones sleep/wake button that put it to sleep instantly.
The lecture will take place at 6:45pm, here: Starta Ventures 220 E 23rd Street #401. You’ll need to register for the Meetup. Come and tell your friends.