Hello everyone. I'm new to the market in Singapore and I'm curious to ask you guys who do you think are brands, institutions and agencies that are championing the field of user-centered experience design in Singapore. I'd like to get acquainted with the best players in the market, and gauge the health of the market first-hand. Any help is appreciated.
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I'm working on a new site that sells a service but also provides content related to that service. I'm struggling on how to make sure the content doesn't just feel like a marketing ploy for the service. Any examples of sites that have done this successfully?
Sassy, smiling and straightforward, Megan directs experience design at Mad*Pow while simultaneously heading up all of its marketing activities.With 15 years of experience in marketing and experience design, Megan is the ultimate user advocate. She specializes in helping clients discover the attitudes, intents and behaviors of their users and to understand what is truly important to them.
The workshop is titled "Short Video Production for the Internet". It's open to non-members for $40 and takes place in El Segundo, CA. I'm passing this information along in case anyone is interested or has some experience with this workshop.
I would like to invite you to Design for Conversion in New York the 18th of
Design for Conversion is an event that tries to bridge the
disciplines of psychology, design and marketing. After 3 successful
editions in Amsterdam and 1 in Cologne, the event will
be held in New York City. (This event is an initiative by Chi Netherlands and endorsed by IxDA Netherlands)
I would like to engage the UX designer community in a discussion about the different roles and skills necessary in today’s User Experience design field. We have allowed many people in years past to define, or try to define what a UX designer is. From developers, who may see us as simple-minded individuals who don’t understand basic UI design principles, to the business executives, who may see what we do as the final frosting decoration on the cake.
Does anyone have recommendations for great workshops they've attended
in the Bay Area recently, having to do with UX, design, or marketing?
A full-day or half-day workshop would be ideal. I've read through
the IxDA events listings, of course, but would like to get the input
of the whole community. Thanks!