Analytics is more than just a numbers game. It’s a way of tracking and analyzing user behavior over time. In this article, we explore this intersection of user experience and data, so that budding designers can add productive web analytics to their process.
From Training Magazines 2016 Conference in Orland this week.
Updated with the latest tools, resources and techniques to compress your media for optimal delivery to mobile and desktop devices. This session will provide an overview with everything you need to know about editing, preparing and delivering the highest quality video and audio to your audience. We’ll discuss techniques and interactivity that can be added as well as the latest standards and how you can take advantage of open source, free compression tools, as well as the latest applications for getting the smallest file sizes and the highest quality.
For this attending the Online Learning Conference on Tuesday 10.6, here’s a quick reference document to use back at your desk. This guide provides overview of 4 products. 060715s Prototyping Handout OnLineLearning
You can also download a presentation deck with additional materials at:
Pingendo is a cross-platform free WYSIWYG application for prototyping web pages. It uses Twitter’s Bootstrap as a base, and responsive web design support ensures your sites will adapt to fit phones, tablets, laptops and desktops. (Review)
Download at: http://pingendo.com
Source: Don’t forget to read this…
Great web based tool (a desktop version is available) to check your writings readability. Great for creating directions, help or just about any type of content. Provides a quick break down of paragraphs, sentences, words and characters as well as providing analysis on the writing level with Grade level analysis.
Great resource for writing: http://www.hemingwayapp.com
Form is a new approach to interaction design and prototyping. Form lets you build custom prototypes directly on the device. Form prototypes are native and they have access to the device’s camera and other sensors. Prototypes built with Form are as powerful as their coded counterparts.
Watch the intro tutorial:
DevLearn14 Session | A comprehensive introduction to video and audio compression, you’ll learn the best delivery standards for optimizing content delivery to mobile and desktop devices; the session will provide an overview of everything you need to know about editing, preparing, and delivering the highest-quality video and audio to your audience. We’ll discuss techniques and interactivity that can be added, as well as the latest standards and how you can take advantage of open-source, free compression tools, as well as the latest applications for getting the smallest file sizes and the highest quality.
Whether you are developing a new course, selecting a new LMS or thinking about developing a mobile app you’ll need to understand what’s involved in designing and delivering content on mobile devices from smartphones to tablets to hybrids, this webinar will provide a overview of what you need to define, how to sketch out concepts, prototyping and testing your ideas and then how to deliver. You’ll learn about apps vs web apps and understand which works best.
The webinar topics cover:
Understanding Mobile technology and how to take advantage of it
Analyzing your audience and how they are accessing your content
3 Major types of Apps, how you can use them in learning and looking beyond them
Prototyping tips and techniques from paper to functional prototypes
Several App and Course examples under the microscope
Adding a AppleTV – Why you may want one, especially if you are thinking about a iPad #edhcat, #lrnchat
Using AirPlay Mirroring for iPad 2nd and 3rd generation and Mountain Lion
Wow your audience in the conference room, classroom, or living room. AirPlay supports video mirroring. Which means you can wirelessly — and securely — stream whatever’s on your iPad 2, 3 or on you Mountain Lion Mac to your HDTV via Apple TV. Everyone in the room sees exactly what’s on your display up there on the big screen.
You can also use your mac in extended display so you can move content and windows between your built-in screen and the big TV. Works great for wireframing, presentations and design. We replaced our conference room projector last year with a 46″ LED TV and added the Apple TV and couldn’t be happier. You can also get a direct cable connection from your laptop to the TV if you want to just take advantage of the extra screen and skip the extra peripheral.