WWDC For Designers

There is this day every year, which iOS and OS X developers and designers look forward to. It is a Worldwide Developer Conference by Apple (WWDC).

If this is the first time you hear about it, it’s mainly about a keynote held at the very beginning of the conference, where Apple introduces new software and technologies. It get’s a ton of media coverage from media all around the world. If you are into tech, its almost impossible you’ve missed it.

Even though the keynote gets the most hype, the conference doesn’t end there. After the keynote, attendees can participate in hands-on workshops as well as in-depth presentations that cover wide variety of topics. Most of them are more developer oriented, but there are some interesting presentations about design as well. I’ve watched them all, and made a curated list with the most interesting ones.

All the presentations focus on Apple and their ecosystem, but they all have something interesting to say in terms of design and user experience. I highly recommend them even if you design mainly for other platforms.

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