The Hidden Power of Mobile-First Design

Most people have heard of mobile-first design as a strategy, but how many of you know why most successful websites have adopted it? Our Senior User Experience Strategist Trevor Calabro will break down how mobile-first thinking is a life hack for making great websites in this webinar.

August 11, 2021 12PM - 1PM

You may have heard of mobile-first website design as a strategy, but do you know why most successful sites have adopted it? Our Senior UX Strategist, Trevor Calabro will break down how mobile-first thinking is a hidden gem for making great websites.

You’ll learn how mobile-first thinking:

  • Speeds up your information architecture planning in a big way
  • Gives parameters that help you write effective web copy
  • Helps you put 'right' content just-in-time during user workflows
User Experience

Top 8 UX Trends for 2021

With

May 12, 2021 12PM - 1PM

There’s been a significant shift in user behavior over the last nine months in reaction to 2020's craziness. This talk walks you through 2021's most impactful UX trends and provides a framework for planning accordingly. Some trends have unearthed new opportunities, while others pose unique challenges. Join Aten’s Senior UX Strategist Trevor Calabro as he details what these trends mean for you. This webinar focuses on: - The UX trends that will affect your users the most - How to leverage positive UX trends and mitigate negative ones - Real-world guidance for dealing with future UX concerns

Improving your website’s information architecture with card sorts

With Nikki Singer

January 13, 2021 12PM - 1PM

If you want to make an impact on your users, you have to speak their language. In website design and development organizing your content in a way that makes the most sense to users starts with information architecture (IA). Card sorting is a simple, well-established research technique for discovering how your users categorize information. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to conduct a card sorting exercise and how you can use the results to group and label your website menus, content categories, and taxonomies.

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