1) Managing Customer Loyalty with UX and CX by Naoki Endo.
Naoki Endo of BeBit talked about the relationship of UX and CX in relation to acquiring and keeping customers.
2) How Prototypes Speed Up the Design Process by Riomar McCartney
Rio talked about how a detailed prototype can speed up development, easily share visions, ideas and make a product more reliable when sending it to the development team.
Thanks Endo-san and McCartney-san for their talks last night, to Gengo for hosting and to everyone who came. Sorry for those who couldn’t get a space. We will be running some bigger events sooner to try and solve this problem.
Here are the links from Show-and-tell.
UX Strategy Forum
– Sociomedia UX Strategy Forum 2016 – May 27 in Ikebukuro
– Automatic stitching to create full length iOS screenshots
Prototyp – Rapid prototyping
The Future Is Near: 13 Design Predictions for 2017Article on the future of design from UX Mag.
Design Sight exhibition
画面メモSS – stitching app for capturing full length web pages on iOS devices.
Thanks everyone for coming the other night. Newcomers to this page may realise that this page isn’t updated often, even though the event is monthly. So, here are the links from the last meetup.
Create API’s from SpreadSheets
Hack Your Own Bathroom Mirror
Applying design to the wearable
The Apple Watch hack: Bringing design expertise to reinvent the wearable
Chase Buckley – the worlds best UI thinker (wait until the penny drops)
Adobe XD, the newest prototyping tool on the scene
Thanks to everyone for coming to UX Talk #20 last week.
Thanks very much to Mark from Tacchi Studios for coming and talking to us about Canvas.
Here are the links from tonight’s show-and-share …
intercom.io – from Mark’s presentation. They use it for analytics & emails on Canvas
Samsung S2 watch
How to form habit building products – Book
UI/UX event for startups on 21 October
Exhibition at the Design Hub
Stories that Fly – book
Stories on Board – Story mapping tool –
Announcing this month’s event on Wednesday 25 Jun:
“Talking Type” by Ian Lynam & “Building TokyoCheapo.com to 1m page views” by Greg Lane
Thanks to everyone who came to last month’s event, and especially thanks to Naoise Gaffney (Patent attorney) and Nick Bowmast (design researcher) for their presentations.
Some photos (thanks to Nick & Jen)
Nick brought a Mr Tappy (mobile device usability testing device) for the group, which is excellent … thank you Nick.
If anyone would like to use it, please let me know.
These are from the middle sharing section.
Mark talked about a ‘Sketch user’ meet-up. Contact him on Twitter, @marky_mc.
UTMe – App for making T-shirt designs
Peekster – Shazam for newspaper articles
Project Naptha/ Chrome plugin that allows you to select text in images
Thanks everyone for attending, to Paul for doing a presentation, and to those who did short ones: Kazune, Yuka, Mark.
Thanks Gengo, as ever, and special thanks to Ryan for being an emergency host.
Here are the links from the talks:
Infogr.am – Automatic graphics generator
Lookback – Mobile UX recording
Nippon colors – Colour picking
0to255.com – Colour picking
Tumult Hype – HTML5 ios/etc prototyping
framer.js – iOS Prototyping
Origami for Quartz Composer – iOS/other prototyping
Sketch – Various prototyping
And Paul’s slides:
Thanks everyone for coming to UX Talk Tokyo last night. Also thanks to Gengo for hosting, and Mark McFarlane for speaking. (I won’t thank myself. It would feel weird).
It was great that so many new people came. Hopefully you enjoyed it.
Here are the links that people shared in the “Something interesting” section.
Startup weekend – Personal cloud – This weekend
Spritz & Squirt – Speed reading apps/services
Google announces “Wearables” – More press on Engadget Mashable ReadWrite
Tengami – iOS game
Quchy – new release next week with ‘Likes’ and ‘Comments’. Also, Loren offers advice/help to anyone on securing startup funding. I can put you in touch.
Sony Morpheus – Virtual Reality headset announced
Waygo realtime translation
New York Times API and some simple open source projects
Blog post from Layervault – talking about removing labels etc for advanced users
Video of interview with Tony Fadell – CEO of Nest (formerly worked on iPod)
Last night was UX Talk Tokyo #5.
We talked about failure.
One fascinating point came up from Gengo. They made a mistake with one launch which made it very difficult (but not impossible) for new translators to register on their site. Later, their analysis showed that the people who registered during that period turned out to be great translators. A beautiful consequence from what seemed like a failure.
We also did “Share & share a link”. These are the things people shared …
Gneo – To do App
Jelly – Question & Answer App
Codrops – Web tutorials & code snippets
Adam Magyar video – Pretty incredible video shot on home-made equipment
‘Her’ the movie – Movie. See the Wired article too
Ride the lightning – Thursday 23rd (next week)
One more I’ll throw in, about virtual learning to walk
If you would like to contact the person who shared any of these, please let me know.
The big news is that our community is now 100 members!
Just for your calendar, the next event will be on 20 November. More details later.
Thanks to the typhoon-hardy who made it on Wednesday, especially to Takuya Yamauchi & Toyohiro Kanayama for their interesting talks, and as ever to Gengo for the space. Below is the attendance list for Wednesday’s UX Talk #3.
Hitoshi Enjoji Jan Rod Michael Hoydich Mikie Ooi Paul Cohen Richard Hatton, UX Designer Takuya Yamauchi, Web/server, Researcher, Software design, Media Art, UX Design Tom Coombs, UX Consultant Toyohiro Kanayama, UX Evangelist Trent McBride Tulga Amarsaikhan
Event number 2 was on prototyping. Thanks to Gengo for hosting us again, and thanks to the presenters of the four short prototyping demos …
• Richard Hatton on Omnigraffle
• Ryo on Axure
• Me (Tom Coombs) on Motion
• Mark McFarlane on XCode
In preparing for the session we compiled a list of prototyping tools, which you might find useful.
And thanks for coming. Here’s the attendance list (please let me know if there are any inaccuracies) …
See you next time.
Thanks to everyone who came to UX Talk Tokyo’s first meeting last night, and thanks to Gengo for being such great hosts.
Some sketches from Adrian:
And some pictures from Rob.
I’ve started a resources page so we can build resources over time. Richard’s Sesame Street reference is on there, with a few diagrams. I’ll add more.
Posted here (because it’s a record of the conversation more than a definitive resource), the UX process …
That’s it. Until next month …