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.
I have published an article entitled "Interaction design in France: an overview" taken from a speech I'll give tomorrow in Paris for Cumulus Digital Culture workshops. I wanted to share those thoughts with the IxD community and start a discussion about what is your perception of French interaction design. Please don't hesitate to give us some feedbacks.
A reminder that there are 10 days remaining to get your application in to Austin Center for Design, if you want to be part of our class of 2011-2012. Austin Center for Design exists to transform society through design
and design education. This transformation occurs through the development
of design knowledge directed towards all forms of social and
We at Bestica, nation's leading User Experience Design firm, are rapidly growing and looking to grow by leaps and bounds in year 2011. We thus urgently seek a User Experience Intern who can and be a part of our exciting venture.
We are looking to revamp our Bestica website and make it more clean, crisp and informational. Our goal is also to make our website search friendly and incorporate effective social elements to it, thus providing our clients an efficient way to interact and communicate with us.
BayCHI and IxDA of Silicon Valley invite you to join us Wednesday for an evening on Mental Model Diagrams: Sparking Creativity Through Empathy. In this presentation, Indi Young, author of Mental Models: Aligning Design Strategy with Human Behavior discusses how to make sure this model truly represents the root of what is driving your users' natural behavior.
What: Mental Model Diagrams: Sparking Creativity Through Empathy
My name is Wei. I am working as a PhD researcher at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. The aim of this blog is to create an information storage, to share my ongoing work, and to encourage discussions for Generation Y Interactions. Now, let's start our interactions :-)