The UX of HTML5

A session at The Future of Web Design London 2012

Tuesday 15th May, 2012

9:50am to 10:30am (GMT)

HTML5 offers lots of new types of interaction. These new more powerful interactions mean we have a greater set of solutions available to us. But with great power comes great responsibility. In this session Joe Leech will share his experience with user research to show just because we can use sliders & spinners doesn't mean we should. You'll learn how to use the new features of HTML5 so that you and your users get the absolute most from them.

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Joe Leech


A recovering neuroscientist via a spell as a primary school teacher to a MSc in Human Computer Interaction, Joe embarked on a UX career 10 years ago. He's conducted over 800 user tests and designed interfaces for people like eBay, Marriott, Virgin and many more. As a User Experience Director for cxpartners Joe heads up a team of user experience consultants. He specialises in designing every aspect of the user experience from initial research to developing online strategies to producing wireframes & managing a design team.

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Time 9:50am10:30am GMT

Date Tue 15th May 2012

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Books by speaker

  • Psychology for Designers: How to apply psychology to web design and the design process.
  • A Pocket Guide to Psychology for Designers

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