In a perfect world the web would be made of small pieces, loosely joined. However, even this perfect world implies there will be gaps.
It’s impossible to get rid of all the gaps — spaces between the places we make. This talk is about being mindful of the gaps, instead of just ignoring them.
I’ll dive into the following:
– How hierarchies set up one way of thinking about information architecture, and how there are other shapes out there to explore.
– The limits of domain-driven design.
– How strategic design and bounded contexts create challenges when designing cross-product services, plus some practical techniques to overcome these.
– Experiences are about more than just the structures that contain them. Time is sometimes the missing element we fail to consider in UX design. This talk will justify the importance of considering time and share some practical tools for how you can do it.
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