Patrick Haney is co-founder of design studio, Hanerino
Patrick Haney is not a sausage. He’s a developer turned designer who works from his home office, rocking client projects with his wife and business partner, Jenna. Together they form Hanerino, a design studio focused on creating fantastic interfaces for the web and mobile devices.
Before going out on his own, Patrick lead the design effort for Harvard’s custom CMS, iSites, which is used by a large percentage of the university. He’s spoken at numerous conferences on design and development, including Web Design World, Future of Web Design and SXSW, and organized monthly events for Refresh Boston for 7 years before moving back to Rochester, New York. As a Buffalo native, he’s a wing snob and is on a never-ending quest to find the perfect chicken wing.
We’re probably biased as we’ve known Patrick and Jenna since the SXSW days, but they’re fantastic people so we’re looking forward to unleashing them on the UX London crowd. As an agency we’ve dabbled in the interactive TV space, but realise there’s so much more to learn, so we’ll be front and centre for this workshop!
Patrick Haney & Jenna Marino, the husband/wife team at Hanerino, take you through their Dr. Suess-inspired journey of designing for screens big and small. During their talk, they’ll touch on best practices and pitfalls to avoid when working on applications across smartphones, televisions and of course the web. Using a highly visible application as an example, Patrick & Jenna will review their process and tips for designing a successful, cross-platform product for multiple devices.
Application design is all grown up, which means a designer’s job is just that much harder. How do you create an interface for 50" televisions that scales to a 5" smartphone? Hear firsthand from two seasoned designers who have worked through this scenario and learn how to design for televisions and their second screen companions.
Patrick & Jenna will guide you through the process of creating a “smart” TV application and the second screen experience that enhances it. You’ll find out how to deal with brand and style guidelines, native application interface elements, navigation devices and much more. And they’ll also talk about testing your application before it ever hits the big screen.
During this workshop, Patrick & Jenna will talk about:
- Common design patterns for large screens and how they differ from small screens
- When and how to follow brand design patterns over device design patterns
- Designing for both sequential and simultaneous usage between two devices
- The process of designing apps for large and small screens and communication between design teams
- How users navigate interfaces on televisions with or without a second screen application
- Testing your designs on physical and virtual devices
- Where to find documentation, if it exists, and how to write your own
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- Andrew Pairman
- Angel Anderson
- Anthony Mann
- Brad Frost
- Cecilia Weckstrom
- Chris Noessel
- Cyd Harrell
- Danny Bluestone
- Des Traynor
- Google UX Mentors
- Jeff Patton
- Jenna Marino
- John Willshire
- Jon Kolko
- Julie Zhuo
- Karen McGrane
- Kim Goodwin
- Meng To
- Patrick Haney
- Rachel Hinman
- Sophie Dennis
- Stephen Anderson
- Steve Cable
- Tom Coates