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Making errors is part of being human, whether it’s a user’s mistake or a product flaw. How these situations are handled is hugely important, and is one of the most critical parts of user experience. The essence of usability is coping with non-happy paths. We will be focusing the conversation on designing for errors and how to design for when things go wrong. Join us for a panel discussion focusing on what an error is, how to prevent them and how to design for them. This talk will cover best practices for error handling, messages, states and the design and timing behind all of it. The panel will share some of the worst error experiences along with the best so you can create ease in an unfortunate situation.
Join us and the panel and learn how companies approach errors.
Some Questions We Will Cover:
What is an error?
How do you prevent errors?
How do you design for errors?
What are the best practices for error handling, messages and states?