Just to give you a quick heads up that Nokia has now launched a careers group on LinkedIn. Please search for Nokia: Global Careers. We are aiming to create a one stop community for news, discussion and live roles. So far the response has been amazing and we have had hundreds of requests to join in the last couple of days alone.
So if you're thinking about a new role or if you're looking to engage in the Nokia Career community then please come and join.
*Enrich the lives of the differently-abled,
*Do you think you can create a difference to the world with your ideas? Then
how about enabling 650 million disabled people?**
Forum Nokia USID Design Challenge 2009 gives you an opportunity to design an
aid or a support system using the information and communication technologies
(e.g. Mobile Applications, Devices, Services etc.) for the people with
I was watching the Nokia Morph
afternoon, and it got me thinking on a
tangent. Perhaps it's only because there was only one character in the
video, but I
am having a hard time seeing how this sort of tool would benefit human
interaction...the kinds we all potentially will design.
I guess my broad question is, in your opinions, how will Nanotechnology
impact Interaction Design?
Don't know if anyone of you saw the announcements in London two days ago? I
know its outside the US so it doesn't really count, but here is the heads up
A mobile, open development platform with touchscreen, haptic feedback,
presence, GPS location, WiFI/VoIP and an AJAX capable web browser. Only
Google Gears is missing. Nokia showed a touch UI phone with a development
environment. It is not multi-touch, darn! The touch screen in the demo was a
resistive type single point touch screen.