Designing UI Interactions (Zoom Session Announcements)

Hi all! I’m planning on hosting another design Zoom session. For the session, I’m going to be sharing some techniques in planning and designing UI interactions.

UI interactions can be extremely complex. There can be so many different actions a user can perform. A great example would Mac OS Spotlight or Google’s search bar.

Considering and supporting certain flows are fundamental to making experiences feel intuitive and delightful. Funny enough, it’s common for these details tend to be forgotten about during the creation of these interfaces. It’s almost impossible to effectively communicate these nuances in traditional static design to development hand-offs. Even sophisticated Figma prototypes fall victim to this.

In this Zoom session, we hope to demonstrate how we can improve this workflow, using nothing more than a pen, some paper, and a bit of imagination.

I’m planning on starting the call on Tuesday, October 20th at 1:00PM EDT. The call may last 60-75 mins or so.

These Zoom hangouts sessions are very free-form! Everyone is welcome to join, engage, ask questions, and play! For those who can’t make it, no worries. I’ll be recording the call and uploading it to YouTube

I’ll share the Zoom link in this post (and on Slack) before the time of the call.

See you then!


By Q

I specialize in Design Systems, Interaction, and UI.
I'm a Principal Designer at Automattic.

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