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London, SE16 7AR - Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 7AR, UK

Organised by The School of UX

What's on

You'll design your own dashboard from scratch + leave with tons of insights on how to make UI of your order management systems, admin panels (and other usual suspects 🥱) relevant, flexible and fast — from visualising information using data grids and creating customisable fluid layout, to designing notifications system and gamification bits & bobs.
Having designed numerous dashboards over the past 15 years — from fintech and energy companies to healthcare and education — our senior designer will share the joy (and pain 😬) working on these, with plenty of examples and hands-on exercises.
😷 Your health & safety is super-important to us. We follow COVID government guidelines and encourage all our students to do so. Hand-sanitisers will be available for you to use. Kindly use a face mask when necessary.
📍 The course is run in-person at Canada Water Culture Space in London SE16 7AR.

Who runs it
Sergei from Estonia 🇪🇪 – UX designer & entrepreneur with 20+ years of experience working with Microsoft, Heathrow and British Gas. Organiser of TheUXConf.

What we'll cover
You'll be completing a project from scratch throughout the day — creating UI design in Figma. We expect you to know the basics of using Figma desktop app; if you're new to this — you can learn it at our dedicated Figma workshop beforehand. 
  • Content: visualising, filtering, sorting, and persisting data; charts, data grids, making it accessible, localisation, contextual help guide
  • Layout: module management system and states, fixed and fluid layout on large and small screens, pinned and floating modules, working across several screens
  • Navigation: launchers, module-store, modals & popovers, quick-action shortcuts, console-based commands, read-only versus editable views, universal header
  • Personalisation: user profiles, preferences, view modes, user permissions, gamification
  • Notifications: on-screen, mobile, email, managing multiple instances
  • Performance: designing with technical feasibility in mind, progressive loading, caching information, making it faster on low-spec computers


Attendees — 2

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Designing Dashboards UX workshopCanada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 7AR, UK