27 Jun 2005 - 10:01am
11 years ago
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Nathan Waterhouse


I have just joined this community, and thought it only polite to
introduce myself.

I've just graduated from the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea with
a masters in Interaction Design. Before the blissful two years in
Italy, I was running my own company delivering web design and
interactive media consultancy for a few years, and before that I
worked for design consultancy SmallBackRoom. My degree was originally
in Product Design from Central st. Martins in London.

I principally left London for Ivrea because I wanted to pursue a
career that was more specialised and meet people that were equally
passionate about the same thing: designing user experience being part
of it. I am hoping to meet people in this community who are like-
minded also.

If any of you are interested in seeing some work from ivrea, there's
my portfolio site here:
n.waterhouse and a collection of our final year's thesis work here:

Looking forward to interacting with you all,


Nathan Waterhouse
Interaction Designer
+44 7981605396 (UK)
+39 3339733315 (Italy)
info at


17 Jul 2005 - 10:22pm
Patricia Mourthé

Hello everyone,

I’d like to introduce myself since I am new to this discussion group. My name is Patricia Mourthé and I am a user interface designer. I hold a MA in Educational Technology and had previously developed interactive web-based training and taught graphic design for print and web.

I come from a multidisciplinary professional background and since early on in my career I’ve always been interested on understanding the interplay of technology, individual performance, and society. I am particularly interested on visual thinking tools and human-cognitive processing applied to the design of ease to use interactive programs.

I have heard about this group not long ago and expect it to be a great place to share and discuss about industry’s trends, insights, and future.



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