April Meet-Up – Designing for Forms

With Chaymae Lougmani & Sjors Timmer

6:30pm – 8:30pm
27th April 2017
IdeaLondon, 69 Wilson St, EC2A 2BB

Sjor Timmers, Designing for forms
Chaymae Lougmani, 10 Tips About Form Design

 Schedule

6:45 Registration
7:00 Sjor Timmer – ‘Designing for forms’
7:30 Chaymae Lougmani – ’10 Tips About Form Design You Need To Know.’
8:00 Q&A
8:30 Networking & beers

Sjors Timmer – Lead UX Designer at POSSIBLE

Sjors Timmer is a freelance UX and Interaction Designer. He has designed mobile experiences for companies and organisations such as Specsavers, Zopa, Farfetch, London School of Economics and the UK Ministry of Justice.
In this talk I’ll discuss how to design accessible, understandable and mobile-friendly forms. We’ll explore the details of organising and writing good questions and the micro-interactions of form design.

Chaymae Lougmani – Product Designer at Vitamin London

Chaymae studied User Experience Design after an extended career in art direction. She has always wanted to do something creative but that has a good impact on people’s lives. Today she aims to help reduce people’s frustration by designing accessible and delightful digital products. In this talk Chaymae will be giving tips about how to design good forms taking in consideration accessibility and usability.

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