Project:The Inverter is a Conceptual Model that can be used to explore units of information (CBit). It
was created as part of a research-based design project for the University of Technology, Sydney (2009).
I've completed the UI and UX design for an iPad app and now it's time to hand everything off for development and I was wondering if there were any best practices for documenting the interaction design for the developer. Our dev is in house, so I can just pop over and talk to him, but I think documentation would be best for workflow.
If you've had experience documenting interaction design for iOS in the past, please share.
At Bestica, nation's leading User Experience staffing company, we thus are in the process of revamping our website to convey our value proposition better to the UX community at large.
Thus, we were wondering if having testimonials from our clients and candidates on our websiite homepage be helpful to instill trust to the UX community in our services, or if it wouldn't really have any major affect to the viewers coming to our website.
Your kind suggestions on this matter will be highly appreciated.
excited to announce that submission has opened for IxDA's inaugural Interaction
Awards, a first-of-its-kind awards program dedicated to celebrating global
excellence in our field. Any projects completed within the past two years are
eligible, and winners will be celebrated in February 2012 at Interaction|12 here in
Dublin, I'd be great to have some Irish winners announced!
The Interaction Awards celebrate the work done by interaction designers every day, to create meaningful relationships between people and the products and services that they use. The Awards recognize and promote recent outstanding works across domains, platforms, and cultures, highlighting the best examples interaction design from our growing field.
I recently attended the CHI2011 conference and one thing stood out for me. It was Bill Buxton's talk on "Creativity and History" and the Buxton Collection. For anyone who doesn't know, the Buxton Collection is Bill Buxton's personal collection of digital technology, collected over the past 30 years, which was on display at the conference.