Johannes Lehner

Big data – small screen: Showing exactly the right amount of data to your users.

Key Learnings

  • Design a single (variable) standard GUI of one single form.
  • How to redesign large data tables to other forms of representation (e.g. lists).
  • Learn how to priotize information together with stakeholders (product management, customers, ...).

Enterprise software products often deal with two major issues:
1. large amount of data and
2. very specific but variable use cases.

However, both issues can be resolved or at least worked around.

Data tables used to be a very common practice for displaying large amounts of data, but since tables do not work too well on tablets or mobile devices.
I show an example of how to reduce information to the right amount and change the form of representation at the same time using an example of transforming a large enterprise software web application to a mobile app concept.

Date: Wednesday, October 13th
Time: 13:00 - 13:45
Location: HALL 2


Johannes Lehner

UX Designer & Usability Engineer, Intact GmbH

Johannes Lehner is an UX Designer & Usability engineer based in Graz. Together with his office dog Zeus, he forms the UX team at Intact GmbH in southern Styria. Besides that, Johannes also works as freelance UX Designer under the brand “jBear Graphics | designing emotions”. Since 2019, he also teaches UX Design & UX Management as guest lecturer at the University of Passau (Germany). At last years World Usability Day, he was invited to present a topic, he is really passionate about on the UX Day Graz 2019: “Designing for Human = Designing for Emotion”.
In his free time, Johannes is an active member and the Regional Representative Styria and Carinthia of the UXPA Austria and organizes the UXPA Austria Meetup in Graz.

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