Jon Hadden

Jon Hadden

Jon Hadden

Jon Hadden is the founder of NiceUX, a user experience design and development consultancy in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In his 12 years of designing, coding, speaking, and writing, Jon has produced usable products and services for millions across the globe. He’s a volunteer with Boxes and Arrows, guest speaker with the University of Minnesota Design program, and has been lucky enough to have worked with Happy Cog, Yahoo!, and space150.

For more, keep up with Jon at niceux.com or on Twitter as @niceux.

Presentations

UX Camp 2014: Prototype Camp

Communication with Flexible Documentation

The fundamental process we follow of how we understand design problems, users, and content hasn’t changed much, but the documentation we deliver is a bit in flux. We’re experts in the field of solving problems with design in a digital world. However, device fragmentation forces us to think through flexible experiences with portable content and in turn, to rethink how we communicate to our clients throughout the process.

In this session, you will learn proven documentation, or better yet communication techniques using simple HTML and PHP to get us to a living breathing prototype, earlier in the process. All the while helping us as communicate flexible design decisions to both clients and team members.

UX Camp 2012: Prototype Camp

HTML Prototyper’s Toolbox

Without the correct tools for fast and efficient HTML prototyping, even the best process can be deemed too expensive to attempt. However, the desire to be able to test one’s design in the browser, at a low cost is always the goal for experience designers. The HTML Prototyper’s Toolbox is a set of layout patterns and components, built on top of Twitter’s Bootstrap framework that NiceUX uses to create rapid coded prototypes.

This session, Jon will teach you a pragmatic process and method to using the toolbox to create high fidelity HTML prototypes in the same amount of time you would spend with other prototyping methods. Simply knowing the basics of how front-end code works, we’ll be able to use the toolbox to create a prototype in 30 minutes.

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