Design Council description of ID (Round II)

19 Nov 2003 - 8:29am
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Narey, Kevin
2004

Thanks to Danny Bluestone for pointing it out, but the link didn't work,
probably as a result of the link auto wrapping in a plain text email. Now
sent as an HTML email instead which will hopefully make this email more
usable!

If you only receive plain text and the link does wrap, then copy the first
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Regards

KN

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Positivism!

The Design Council (UK) are a generally well respected design organisation
and through Nico McDonald have provided an excellent description of what
Interaction Design actually is. It gives examples, tips and FAQ's.

<http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Session/@i
d=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345>
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Session/@id
=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345

I would be very interested in the forum's view on this text, as I personally
feel good that there is recognition for the work that we do and that
respected bodies are supporting (and dare I say promoting) it's existence.

KN

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26 Nov 2003 - 3:59am
Chris Peters
2003

I think this is absolutely brilliant, and I agree that it is good that
they promote our discipline.

I really liked the way Interaction Design was described. In fact, I
liked the whole web site. It's clear, it offer the right information for
each of our target groups.

I think we should have a very good look at this when developing our own
web site.

Regards,
Chris Peters

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van:
discuss-interactiondesigners.com-bounces at lists.interactiondesigners.com
[mailto:discuss-interactiondesigners.com-bounces at lists.interactiondesign
ers.com] Namens Narey, Kevin
Verzonden: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 2:29 PM
Aan: 'danny_bluestone at yahoo.com'; 'discuss at interactiondesigners.com'
Onderwerp: RE: [ID Discuss] Design Council description of ID (Round II)

Thanks to Danny Bluestone for pointing it out, but the link didn't work,
probably as a result of the link auto wrapping in a plain text email.
Now sent as an HTML email instead which will hopefully make this email
more usable!

If you only receive plain text and the link does wrap, then copy the
first line of the link and paste it into the address bar of your
browser, then copy the second line of the link and paste it into the
address bar, appending the second to the end of the first to make one
long URL.

Regards

KN

*************Original email******************

Positivism!

The Design Council (UK) are a generally well respected design
organisation
and through Nico McDonald have provided an excellent description of what
Interaction Design actually is. It gives examples, tips and FAQ's.

<http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Sessio
n/@id=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345>
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Session
/@id=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345

I would be very interested in the forum's view on this text, as I
personally
feel good that there is recognition for the work that we do and that
respected bodies are supporting (and dare I say promoting) it'se
xistence.

KN

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26 Nov 2003 - 4:02am
Chris Peters
2003

By the way, did anyone notice that every description of design related
processes, disciplines etc. starts with a short header stating:

"Why It Matters To Businesses" and "Why It Matters To The Public"

Does anyone have any idea if a lot of people actually view this site,
especially people who are not designers themselves?

Regards,
Chris Peters

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van:
discuss-interactiondesigners.com-bounces at lists.interactiondesigners.com
[mailto:discuss-interactiondesigners.com-bounces at lists.interactiondesign
ers.com] Namens Narey, Kevin
Verzonden: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 2:29 PM
Aan: 'danny_bluestone at yahoo.com'; 'discuss at interactiondesigners.com'
Onderwerp: RE: [ID Discuss] Design Council description of ID (Round II)

Thanks to Danny Bluestone for pointing it out, but the link didn't work,
probably as a result of the link auto wrapping in a plain text email.
Now sent as an HTML email instead which will hopefully make this email
more usable!

If you only receive plain text and the link does wrap, then copy the
first line of the link and paste it into the address bar of your
browser, then copy the second line of the link and paste it into the
address bar, appending the second to the end of the first to make one
long URL.

Regards

KN

*************Original email******************

Positivism!

The Design Council (UK) are a generally well respected design
organisation
and through Nico McDonald have provided an excellent description of what
Interaction Design actually is. It gives examples, tips and FAQ's.

<http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Sessio
n/@id=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345>
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Session
/@id=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345

I would be very interested in the forum's view on this text, as I
personally
feel good that there is recognition for the work that we do and that
respected bodies are supporting (and dare I say promoting) it'se
xistence.

KN

**********************************************

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26 Nov 2003 - 11:39am
CD Evans
2004

I've been going to the experience design events for years now. Nico
is a good moderator for the industry in general. He's got his eyes on
many different sides of things. I would say people from all sides of
the industry view the site as a result.

Kindly
CD Evans

At 10:02 am +0100 26/11/03, Chris Peters wrote:
>By the way, did anyone notice that every description of design
>related processes, disciplines etc. starts with a short header
>stating:
>
>"Why It Matters To Businesses" and "Why It Matters To The Public"
>
>Does anyone have any idea if a lot of people actually view this
>site, especially people who are not designers themselves?
>
>Regards,
>Chris Peters
>
>-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
>Van:
>discuss-interactiondesigners.com-bounces at lists.interactiondesigners.com
>[mailto:discuss-interactiondesigners.com-bounces at lists.interactiondesigners.com]
>Namens Narey, Kevin
>Verzonden: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 2:29 PM
>Aan: 'danny_bluestone at yahoo.com'; 'discuss at interactiondesigners.com'
>Onderwerp: RE: [ID Discuss] Design Council description of ID (Round II)
>
>Thanks to Danny Bluestone for pointing it out, but the link didn't
>work, probably as a result of the link auto wrapping in a plain text
>email. Now sent as an HTML email instead which will hopefully make
>this email more usable!
>
>If you only receive plain text and the link does wrap, then copy the
>first line of the link and paste it into the address bar of your
>browser, then copy the second line of the link and paste it into the
>address bar, appending the second to the end of the first to make
>one long URL.
>
>Regards
>
>KN
>
>*************Original email******************
>
>Positivism!
>
>The Design Council (UK) are a generally well respected design organisation
>and through Nico McDonald have provided an excellent description of what
>Interaction Design actually is. It gives examples, tips and FAQ's.
>
>
><http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Session/@id=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345>http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/webdav/servlet/XRM?Page/@id=6004&Session/@id=D_NJ7ky43TbU0rzX5RJHav&Section/@id=1345
>
>I would be very interested in the forum's view on this text, as I personally
>feel good that there is recognition for the work that we do and that
>respected bodies are supporting (and dare I say promoting) it'se xistence.
>
>KN
>
>**********************************************
>
>
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>Registered in England no. 1371338
>
>This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential
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>
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>whom it is addressed.
>
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>and delete the material immediately.
>**********************************************************************
>
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