Luke is consistently a top-rated speaker at Web conferences and companies around the world.
Mar 23-24, 2017
Apr 3-4, 2017
Dec 11-13, 2017
A deep dive into what today’s world of multiple, simultaneous screens means for Web and interaction designers.
From smartphones to tablets to everything in between, you only need one Web site design to thrive: a multi-device design. Find out how and why.
Why creation matters on the Web and how to design for it on mobile and beyond.
A set of detailed best practices and new opportunities for collecting input (forms, media, etc.) on mobile devices.
Adapt and optimize existing design solutions for mobile and rethink what's possible across all devices as well.
A whirlwind tour of best practices for organizing and laying out navigation menus for the mobile Web and beyond.
The design challenges and opportunities of interfaces that allow people to interact with the real world as they are currently experiencing it.
More often than not, the mobile experience for a web application or site is designed and built after the PC version is complete. This talk outlines the key reasons this approach needs to be reversed. Now.
Simply porting over existing desktop checkout pages to mobile isn't enough. Instead let's rethink e-commerce checkout for mobile.
9/20/2013MIH Internet Ecommerce Conference -Berlin, Germany
8/16/2012ETail East -Boston, MA
Mobile dances to a different beat. Learn how to transition what you know about designing for the Web to Mobile and pick up a bunch of new moves along the way that’ll help you rock the mobile Web.
An overview of how Web applications can collect input, through both mobile devices and desktop software, without forcing people to complete a lengthy sequential forms.
Through smartphones, connected devices, and social Web services the Web in 2010 is increasingly everywhere and aware of who you are and who you know. What's impact of this transition on Web application design?
What defines great products and what organizations can do to deliver product excellence.
2/9/2011Thunderbird School of Global Management -Online Webcast
5/17/2010Creative Good Council -Online Webcast
3/13/2009ZURB Soapbox -Campbell, CA
This course empowers designers by giving them tools to impact strategy by illuminating important decision-drivers like market or user research, web analytics, financials, and product reports.
Web form design best practices illustrated through a redesign of a typical form's primary path to completion, label alignment, primary & secondary actions, organization, error messaging, inline validation, and more.
A structure to enable interaction designers to move toward a holistic product design in the face of many stakeholders, cross-functional groups, and diverse audiences.
The impact of search, social applications, rich interactions, and participatory culture on designers.
The importance of Web forms and a series of design best practices culled from live to site analytics, usability testing, eye-tracking studies, and best practice surveys.
The importance of visual hierarchy, visual principles for developing effective hierarchies, and utilizing applications of visual hierarchy to communicate central messages, guide actions, and present information.
An overview of why design skills, methodologies, and deliverables have increasing value for companies in today's global, networked economy.
10/19/2010Web Design World -Las Vegas, NV
2/10/2010Thunderbird School of Global Management -Online Webcast
7/11/2007Computer-Human Interaction Forum of Oregon -Portland, OR
3/31/2007AIGA Student Portfolio Forum -Wichita, KS
12/6/2006BayCHI -Sunnyvale, CA
How to put design patterns to use within Web application design.
3/12/2007South by Southwest -Austin, TX