Discussion Archive: April 2006

2 Apr 2006 - 7:25pm
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Suba
2006

Best way to commuincate design ideas

Thanks much for our opinion regrading interview questions. It would help all junior designers on the list here.

Thinking about what is the best way to communicate design ideas, I believe its the prototype that would help us to communicate and explore further our design decisions.

At the same time,I also think writting a spec and including images of prototypes in spec would also be a good way.

Which do you vote and what is practised in industries.

Thanks

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2 Apr 2006 - 10:35am
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Baldo
2005

touch and gesture activated screen

This is quite impressive example of modern touch screen applications:

http://www.hiptechblog.com/2006/04/02/video-multi-touch-table-demonstrated-with-warcraft-iii/
(short link: http://ma.gnolia.com/jezothag )

(by http://www.merl.com/projects/DiamondTouch/)

Is this the future of interaction design?

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1 Apr 2006 - 2:59pm
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8 years ago
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Suba
2006

Interview Question

Hi all,

I have a question regarding interviews related to Interaction Design position. When you are asked to design or redesign a design problem, obviously there is no ime to do user study. So, how do we have to find the user requiremens for the given problem.

Can we say that for this problem due to less time I would like to do a scenario based design (Incorporating Personas , scenatios) and then comeup with assumptions that will work for my persona. Then say during lack of time reasoning throgh assumptions will help us find the strength and weekness of a product.

1 Apr 2006 - 7:25am
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Dave Malouf
2005

Bruce Mau in Michigan

As part of the Wired Speaker Series Bruce Mau will be featured (in
conversation with Managing Editor at Wried Magazine, Laura Moorhead)

The Event is on Tue, Apr 6 @ 7p
@ THE cranbrook Art Museum
Desalle Auditorium
39221 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI
$6 non-members, $4 seniors, students, free to Cranbrook members
More info @ www.cranbrookart.edu

Here is the quote from wired magazine:

Now that we can do anything, what will we do?