iPad Design Headaches: Take Two Tablets, Call Me in the Morning

A session at 360 iDev

Wednesday 10th November, 2010

1:30pm to 2:40pm (CST)

The iPad and its entourage of Android tablets have introduced a new style of computing, confronting designers with unfamiliar aches and pains. Learn the symptoms (and fixes) for a range of new-to-the-world iPad interface ailments, including Greedy Pixel Syndrome, the dreaded Frankeninterface, and the "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" bait and switch. Explore practical techniques and eye-opening gotchas of tablet interface design, all grounded in the ergonomics, context, psychology, and nascent culture of these new devices (both iOS and Android). The presentation inoculates you against common problems with close-up looks at successful iPad apps from early sketches to final design. Genial bedside manner is administered by Josh Clark, author of "Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps" (O'Reilly, 2010).

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Josh Clark

Designer, mobile maven, 11th strongest man in Maine, author of Tapworthy, Couch to 5K creator, sweetheart (@LizaK).

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360 iDev

United States United States, Austin

7th10th November 2010

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Time 1:30pm2:40pm CST

Date Wed 10th November 2010

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  • Tapworthy
  • Best iPhone Apps
  • iWork '09: The Missing Manual

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