Sketchnotes from “First Person User Interfaces”

FPUIs. Luke Wroblewski introduced us to the concept of First Person User Interfaces in his closing presentation at Breaking Development 2012. In a whirlwind 45-minute presentation, he touched upon concepts such as augmented reality, 9-axis sensors and navigation, and the expected evolution of natural user interfaces. Enjoy my last set of sketchnotes from the conference!

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Sketchnotes for “Uncle Sam Wants You”

Facts, facts and more facts. That’s what Karen McGrane used to beat down her audience during her self-proclaimed “rant” about why it’s imperative for sites to be optimized for mobile. If you’re someone who tries to make excuses about your lack of mobile support for audiences like low-income Americans, this talk showed you the error of your ways.

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Sketchnotes for “Moving Swiftly”

BBC relaunched its website to be responsive and, thus, more mobile-friendly. Tom Maslen, a senior web developer for BBC News, dives deep into how they approached this issue. The topic is especially fitting for those in large organizations where it can be quite difficult to tackle a redesign.

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Sketchnotes for: “Responsive Design Vs Separate Mobile Sites”

Or, more appropriately, Brad Frost‘s “Presidentatial Smackdown Edition”. In this talk, Frost chats about whether mobile sites should be built responsively or as a separate site. He uses a compare/contrast method between Obama’s and Romney’s campaign sites to illustrate his points. I just used sketchnotes to illustrate his points, so you won’t find many of the presidential anecdotes here…

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