Technology has manners. Sometimes it can behave nicely. It can be considerate towards our needs, our context, our preferences, even our humanity. When our needs or context change, it can adapt accordingly, providing interaction patterns that match our changing circumstances.
I call these computer behaviours [modes] or manners: how we want our product or service to behave in a number of different contexts.
In this short talk we’ll look at loads of great examples of Interaction Manners, learn how to identify the moments when users need to shift gears and how to start crafting experiences that flex to match these shifts.
About the speakers
Andrew is a senior digital professional with more than 10 years experience in shaping and delivering engaging online experiences in both client side and agency environments.
Always proactive and positive, he possess a natural ability to motivate others towards a shared goal.I He is PRINCE2 qualified and a Scrum Master, also holding a Masters degree in Philosophy, equipping him with excellent analytical and communication skills. He keeps himself informed about the ever-changing world of the web and over the years has acquired a wide range of specialist digital and management know-how.