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Sketchnotes from UX bookclub SF :: Microinteractions with Dan Saffer

Sketchnotes from UX bookclub SF :: Microinteractions with Dan Saffer

Last night I spent the evening talking about small things…the little touches that make a product feel different, human, awesome. I was at the UX Bookclub SF with Dan Saffer [@odannyboy] discussing his latest book Microinteractions (O’Reilly).

The concept that resonated most with me was the idea of designing signature moments. Not a new concept, but one that jives very well with microinteractions and broader UX topics.

He also handed out a cheatsheet of the book, suitable for posting in your workspace.

I was there to listen, learn & sketchnote.

Sketchnotes for UX Bookclub SF discussion of Microinteractions by Dan Saffer.

Sketchnotes for UX Bookclub SF discussion of Microinteractions by Dan Saffer.

You can hear about upcoming UX Bookclub SF events by following them on Twitter (@uxbookclubsf), joining the Facebook group, or keeping tabs on the Eventbrite page.

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  1. Pingback: Microinteractions – kleine Details für die große Nutzererfahrung | Wilma Lendle

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