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.
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