Mobile & Tablet Courses

The UX Conference Courses

The UX Conference offers courses about a broad range of web and application design topics. Most courses are also available as in-house training. Each course counts toward UX Certification.

Mobile User Experience

Essential UX design principles for small-screen websites and apps

  • Best practices for creating user-friendly mobile interfaces for phones, tablets, and smartwatches
  • Apps versus websites
  • Considerations for touchscreen designs

Scaling User Interfaces

Usability for responsive web design and other approaches to designing websites for multiple devices and screen sizes

We discuss unifying usability guidelines that apply regardless of device (smartphone, tablet, or desktop), as well as how to enhance and tailor user experiences by device. We also analyze the usability of popular responsive, adaptive, and mobile design patterns.

Visual Design for Mobile and Tablet: Day 1

Basic components and patterns of mobile design

  • Balance aesthetics with functionality to create an elegant and functional design
  • Visual design components for mobile design and applying them to your situations
  • Identifying visually-awkward design decisions and how to fix them

Visual Design for Mobile and Tablet: Day 2

Advance into more challenging design solutions for mobile

  • Advanced visual design principles for mobile devices
  • Visual design and interaction patterns for common mobile experiences
  • Tips to differentiate your design from competitors

Omnichannel Journeys and Customer Experience

Create a usable cross-channel experience, including the web, email, social media, phone, print, apps and online chat

  • Understand how customers interact with organizations through many channels and touch points
  • Discuss guidelines for creating fluid and holistic experiences as users engage on many channels
  • Learn how to research your omnichannel user experience and understand the typical customer journey for common tasks
  • Discuss common barriers for success and how to position your organization to overcome them