Daniel runs #33cc77, a product+design studio based in Chicago. He designs+codes web apps, mobile apps, and games. Past projects include OneShot, The Shakedown, Mocky, and others. Months before finishing art school school in Chicago, he moved to San Francisco to join a then-nascent Twilio. At Twilio he built internal tools for a fast-growing team and helped design a patent-pending fraud detection system. Daniel now lives in Chicago again, helping to grow the design/independent community. He lives with his dog, Marlo.
UX Camp 2015
Questioning Default Design Decisions
“Well, that’s how [another company] does it.”
It’s easy to default to common design patterns when building a product, but that doesn’t mean those are the right choices for your software. This talk will discuss some of these common patterns and show alternative options.