Complex, data-intensive web applications pose significant, difficult UX challenges. Mission-critical apps often require compact, narrow, crowded interfaces that only a master Excel ninja could love (or use).

Welcome to endless data, filters, sorting, tabs, drop-downs, modals, buttons, and voluminous grids. We must accomplish miracles while pleasing users who don’t want to waste a single second. Don’t worry. You CAN make efficient digital products even when faced with these stark challenges.
In this workshop, you’ll learn the tips, tricks, and secrets to help you define and design compact digital products that help people get real work done. These principles will change the way you think about constrained interface design. And your users will love you for it.

What You'll Learn?

  • Practical techniques you can use right away to make the most complex digital products intuitive and easy to use.
  • The art and science of creating strong user experiences despite working with hard-hitting data and advanced functional requirements.
  • The top five interface decisions you should avoid at all costs.

Who This Workshop is For?

Designers and UX professionals who want to create truly valuable experiences.

The Indispensable Principles of Designing Complex

Dean Schuster

Founder and partner of Truematter, a user experience strategy firm, Dean has created user-centered digital products for 25 years. He oversees truematter’s UX practice, leading strategic engagements for regional organizations as well as the Fortune 100.

Dean specializes in defining, designing, and building complex, data-intensive, digital products. His expertise includes UX strategy & Design, user research, prototyping, user testing, and building UX-focused teams. He regularly speaks, writes, and teaches on these subjects.
Dean is also an avid ultra marathoner, reader, and adventure traveler.

2 март 2024, - (събота)