How does thinking about tabling at conventions in UI/UX terms change the way we think about our table setup/interactions?
In this episode of the Lean Into Art Cast, we kick things off with a wrapup of Jerzy's experience at SPX and the Ignatz Awards. We then explore the experience of tabling from user centric perspective and how that approach can inform laying out your table, presenting your books, and ultimately getting them into your reader's hands.
Links Mentioned in this Episode
Arts and Media
- Art & Story: The Big Conventioning Field Guide with a handy spreadsheet of conventioning costs
- Lean Into Art: Thinking About Design Series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
- AIDA (marketing) "AIDA (marketing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia")
- A/B Testing
- Xerox Park "PARC (company) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia")
- Steven Krug’s Don’t Make Me Think!
- 100 things every designer must know about people by Susan Weinschenk
- The Design of Everyday Things by Donald Norman