World Usability Day and Bubble Mountain Consulting, United States
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Companies whose goal is to build a world class experience implement the software development and design through Design Systems.
Design systems are used by designers, developers, and product teams to manage design at scale through reusable coded components that create a unified experience for users through a common look and feel across channels and platforms.
This tutorial will cover general design system principles and best practices, including , style guides, Component Developers Kit (CDK) component code, pattern libraries and other relevant information. In addition specific design systems such as Materials Design, Angular Material as well as Design Systems from Brad Frost's Atomic Design.
Attendees will engage through exercises to define and build a design system.
There are many benefits of design systems including reducing redundancy, reducing design debt, creating efficiency in design and development and improved outcomes. UX designers benefit by efficiently designing a common look and feel across their work. Developers benefit through use of the reusable coded components and product managers benefit through common repositories for requirements, use cases and personas.
Elizabeth Rosenzweig is Principal Product Designer at Omnicell where she leads Design Operations for online products. Elizabeth is an Adjunct Faculty in the Brandeis University Master's of User-Centered Design, Elizabeth has worked as a consultant and employee in several major corporations for over 30 years. Her experience includes design, research, and development, ranging from website and, applications, to hardware products and technology development. Elizabeth has completed projects for many major international corporations, not for profit and government organizations as well as academic institutions. Elizabeth holds 4 patents in intelligent user interface design and is the author of the book "Successful User Experience: Strategies and Roadmaps" published by Morgan Kaufmann. She frequently publishes in industry journals, has written chapters in 4 published books and presents lectures at conferences around the world.
Elizabeth is Past President of the Usability Professionals Association and founder and Director of World Usability Day, which she started in 2004 after her term as President of Usability Professionals Association was completed. World usability Day has grown to include 44 countries with over 180 events.
Elizabeth holds a BA in Fine Art Photography and Printing Technologies from Goddard College and a Master of Science in Visual Studies (User Interface Design and Computer Output) from the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).