I know there are a few different perspectives on Interaction Design as a profession. I work on the macro and micro level of user interactions as they relate to any given interactive system.
I recently had an interesting conversation with someone who is more of a usability or user experience consultant. Her focus is on the macro or hollistic levels of interactions. She is also having difficulty sequeing into the agency arena.
IxDADublin is having a SketchClub evening on Tues 27th March from 6:30pm hosted at iQ Content's offices on Clarendon St.
Do you wish you got more time to just sketch? Wish you had more time to practice? Want to find new ways to get your ideas and message across? Want to overcome your fear of sketching in public?
We'll be running through a number of exercises to practice, share and collaborate on communicating ideas. The event is free, very informal and open to everyone, we'd be delighted to have new members along.
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.
Agile UX NYC 2012 takes place on February 25th. It's a one-day, single track conference focused on taking a holistic look at user experience design in agile environments.
If this is something you've struggled to reconcile in your work, this event will help shed light on how to make significant strides towards greater integration, collaboration, productivity and success.