I realise that this point is raised periodically but wanted to get a quick verdict on the most popular prototyping and wireframe creation tools.
Criteria is that we are designing enterprise, transactional applications and platforms - with complex interactions and logic and our designers are using mixture of Mac and Pc as their workstations - so ideally I want something multi platform compatible.
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.
We at Bestica, nation's leading UX Staffing firm are very actively seeking a solid UX Designer, with at least 4 years of industry experience, with an immediate start remote/on-site contract opportunity in Schaumburg, IL. Occasional travel to client's site may be required.
An ideal candidate will be a skilled UX Designer with data intensive experience, such as shopper loyalty data, transaction log data. Also, the desired candidate should have experience working with reporting products that make heavy use of tables, charts, graphs, etc.
I find the official homepage of Berkshire Hathaway interesting (I'm sorry, I would love to put a link to it but this discussion tool won't let me). This is a company that has over $350 billion in assets, revenue of over $100 billion annually, and owns companies such as Dairy Queen and Fruit of the Loom. Yet, their website looks like it was designed by a grade 10 class.
I volunteer for a Charity Kite Flying event called FlyNY which is sponsored by NY Parks and Recreation and Architecture for Humanity(http://afhny.org/) and I was hoping to recruit a volunteer or two to help me build a registration site. At the moment we doin't have very much support for web services and it would really help streamline the process if we could code our registration form ito web format and have a small database behind it.