Here's a list of videos about OOUX, with the most recent at the top. Sit back and relax. But grab a pen and paper — you'll want to take notes!
Certified OOUX Strategist, Sondra Eby, is featured on Winging It, a show by Oddbird about web design, development, & problem solving. In this episode, Sondra examines three examples of unintuitive web design, and teaches how to create websites and apps that are more intuitive using Object-Oriented User Experience (OOUX) design strategies.
Upma will walk you through the ORCA (Objects, Relationships, Calls-To-Actions and Attributes) method, an Object-Oriented UX (OOUX) methodology that helps teams design thorough information architectures, and point you toward more resources so you can start using it today.
In this interview, Marcelo from Headless Creator talks to OOUX Strategist Caroline Sober-James about OOUX and its benefits, the 15-steps of the ORCA process, and the parallels between OOUX and Content Modeling. NOTE: you’ll need to sign up for a free Headless Creator account to watch this interview.
Immersive technologies are entering the lives of more and more users in all shapes and forms. Yet designing for these new digital worlds requires a very different approach and toolset. These are the topics we will discuss with 2 leading UX experts in the design world: Sophia V. Prater and Cornel Hillman.
Gabriela identifies strategic ways to implement OOUX in organisations in a way that’s transforming rather than exhausting.
All too often, we end up brushing complex business rules and information architecture aside in the name of “low fidelity.” In this talk, Sophia goes over four main sources of complexity and how Object-Oriented UX can help wrangle them. You’ll learn about the tough questions you should be asking early on—to make the rest of the project easier and more successful.
By following the OOUX process, NHS Moorfields has been able to truly focus on what is important to users. Led by Imogen, It is now investing in a large digital transformation project. This case study explains how OOUX has been a key catalyst for getting buy-in into this.
Start here! Sophia talks through the top frustrations that she hears from UX designers and explains how OOUX can help. If you are enduring pixel-pushing sans strategy, an overwhelm of complexity, stakeholder buy-in, communicating with developers...OOUX is the answer!
Need to convince a boss or a business stakeholder on the value of OOUX? This talk speaks directly to leadership about how OOUX can help save time and money.
In this quick interview before the Design Content Conference in 2019, Sophia Prater talks through the biggest danger of designing "actions-first", using an example from her Edtech days.
Sophia outlines the four principles of intuitive design and goes deep on the subject of messy objects. Stay tuned 'til the end, when Sophia does a live demo introducing her iterative ORCA process (Objects, Relationships, Capabilities, and Attributes)!
In this talk at the Design & Content Conference in Vancouver, Sophia explains how OOUX can help you avoid the UX fails that confuse and frustrate users. Stay tuned because in the last third of the talk, Sophia gives a sneak-peek into her OOUX process and how to use Webflow to build CMS prototypes.
This is a full-length, 90-minute Object-Oriented UX talk delivered in Warsaw, Poland during the MCE conference. Strap in and enjoy!
In this talk for the QCon Developer Conference, Sophia discusses all the factors that cause complexity, the three key ways to wrangle it, and how to fix it with Object-Oriented UX. She talks about how to "cheat" on our IA, reduce moving parts, and stop arguing so much about features and functionality.
Friends, a zombie apocalypse is upon us: an onslaught of new mobile devices, platforms, and screen sizes. Hordes of them descend on our cities every day. We're outmatched. There aren't enough designers and developers to battle every platform or editors and writers to populate every screen size. Defeating the zombies will require flexibility and stamina—in our content.
Software engineer, UXer, and researcher Dr. Jensen explains Gestalt psychology and why it's relevant to the design of intuitive software. She gives great arguments that remind us to avoid shapeshifters and masked objects!