NYC IxDA would like to thank everyone who came out last night to hear
the ever-humorous-but-always-polite Andrew Green give a great talk
about sculpture, convenience, creativity, context, cats, why the
napkin sketch isn't enough, and What's in Yr Gut -- complete with dual-
Kudos to Mary-Lynne Williams and Avenue A | Razorfish for being a
****PLEASE BE SURE TO RSVP TO THE RIGHT EMAIL ADDRESS BY END OF DAY
Hello NYC IxDers,
It's time for another IxDA event! This month, Avenue A | Razorfish's
Andrew Green will talk about Interaction Design on platforms beyond
the web. If you'd like to attend, please e-mail nyc-rsvp at ixda.org.
Thursday, May 29th at 6:30pm
Location: Times Square, details provided on RSVP (e-mail nyc-rsvp at ixda.org)
Interaction Design as Sculpture
So far, we have created mountains of Wireframes, Feature Specs,
Personas and Scenarios to get the job done.
I wish to remind you of the forthcoming last dates for the following Weekend
Workshops on User Centered Design by Design Incubator in Mumbai.
I have marked the dates within the next 2 weeks *in bold* in my mail below.
Our May event is actually dipping into the first part of June
(Tuesday, 6/3), but we have a great one planned! Jon Litell of Hot
Studio will be talking about facilitation and other underrepresented
but vital “soft skills”. Adaptive Path will be our gracious hosts for
the evening, and we’re planning another Hiring Salon (employers/
recruiters: bring job descriptions to share).
I'm very pleased to inform our website (http://www.ixda.org.cn/sh/) is
up! We'll be posting the updates of our local community there --
recaps of previous face-to-face meetings, job postings, upcoming
events, resources sharing --, so go check some pictures of our last
I would like to also inform about our next Face-to-Face meeting:
May 27h 2008, 7:00PM
Autodesk China Research and Development Center
399 Pu Dian Road, Pudong New District,
Shanghai, 200122, P.R.
This Wednesday (that's the day after tomorrow) SpireMedia's Simon Hill will
discuss how assumptions and metaphors from the world of marketing design
don't always work when designing web applications. Simon's thoughts may
seem like "motherhood" to some, and heresy to others.
So check it out... see where you weigh in. Last time we had very lively
discussion of design process with Josh Zapin from Texturemedia -- lots of
good ideas and stimulating metaphors came out of that talk. Come be part of