(Eat, drink, network, mingle, and learn how to make better Wireframes)
When: Tuesday December 10, 6:00 –9:00 PM
Where: Conor O’Neill’s Irish Pub and Restaurant
318 South Main St., Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
6:00 – Check in / Eat, Drink, Network and Mingle (Light hors d’oeuvres will be served)
7:00 – Presentation
8:00 – Eat, Drink, Network and Mingle (yes…more!)
9:00 – Supposed to be done (but you may stay much longer if you like)
3 Ridiculously Simple Weird Old Tricks for Making Better Wireframes
In this short talk, a veteran shares his tips on how to make good wireframes with techniques that transcend the tools. Regardless of whether you are using Axure or a whiteboard, there are important best practices to follow when it comes to the process of communicating your design ideas as a wireframe. Along the way he’ll also talk about why he votes “no” on the question of “are wireframes dead?” which has been posed in many articles and conferences over the years.
About the Speaker
Chris Farnum has been doing IA and UX design for 15+ years. In 2009, he (re)joined the UX team at ProQuest, where he is part of an Agile user experience team designing the ProQuest search interface. Formerly, Chris was a Senior Information Architect at Enlighten, where he collaborated with multidisciplinary teams to create meaningful user experiences for brand sites such as TCS and Pittsburgh Paints. Chris got his start as an IA at Argus Associates after working as a reference librarian in a public library.
Brought to you by
The Michigan Chapters of ACM SIGCHI and UxPA, and the Southeastern Michigan Chapter of STC
We encourage you to preregister for this event to ensure smooth check-in and quick access to all of the festivities of the evening.