I've always been interested in motion design, and these days I'm finding it to be of more and more importance in our design work. It's a design detail I often feel is overlooked and lost in a world of static comps and simple, clickable prototypes.
UX Choreography is a new paradigm I've developed that help UX and visual designers better integrate motion into their work. It uses techniques based off of Disney's 12 principles of animation and combines them with the most integral moments in user experience.
I initially gave this talk at an AIGA Mentor Program Summer Session.
But then this talk turned into an exciting collaboration with Disney Legend, Glen Keane (animator behind some of our move beloved films of all time like The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast). We put together a panel at SXSW, gave the talk again at Google, and this past year headed to UX London for another go!
You can check out my summary of "The Principles of UX Choreography" on Medium!