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People are complex, smart, and sometimes extremely stubborn, which may explain why in the last two thousand years, nobody has discovered an easy way to shape how people think and behave. Yet in the digital era, we’re witnessing widespread claims, that the secret to winning friends and influencing people, is to reward them with points and badges.
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I thought I'd pass along this announcement to the IXDA community about
registration opening for edUi 2012. The call for
proposals is currently open as well.
What is edUi?
edUi is a conference for web professionals serving colleges,
universities, libraries, museums, and other institutions of learning.
Our focus is primarily on user interface and user experience
The 2012 conference is happening Sept. 24-26 in Richmond, VA.
I have been thinking lately about the process for creating mockups and in particular, the data they display. I'm curious about whether the data should be more realistic or completely generic. Is one more effective than the other during client/stakeholders reviews? And so on...
I know you are all busy with work and life but if you can spare a moment and share your feedback regarding the questions below, I would be very appreciative.
I wrote this article on innovative techniques to simplify your sign ups and logins and wanted to share it with the interaction design community in hopes to engage in a valuable discussion. We all know there is no one-size-fits-all way to design sign up and login forms, so please keep in mind that these are just ideas.