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.
I am new to the field of IxD and would greatly appreciate a mentorship with an experienced designer. I know that the IxDA branches in Boston and L.A. have already started mentorship programs but, as far as I can tell, the NYC branch has not.
Are there any senior Interaction Designers who would be interested in mentoring?
IxDA NYC is pleased to present two bodystorming workshops with Dennis
Schleicher on Saturday, August 7th. Bodystorming is a participatory method for demonstrating or
developing ideas in a physical setting. Team members will explore
ideas and interactions physically, using props such as maps or photos to
give a sense of place.
IxDA co-founder David Malouf and guests Ted Booth and Jennifer Bove engage the NYC community in a discussion of the state of interaction design. Topics covered include General IxD Practice, Sketching and Prototyping, Education, Richness and Openness, and Defining The Damn Thing. David’s guests include Ted Booth, Interaction Design Director at Smart Design, and Jennifer Bove, Vice President of Interaction Design at HUGE, Inc.
Infragistics is hosting Private Library New York - an afternoon dedicated to Design on Wednesday, March 24 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at The Library Hotel (299 Madison Avenue at 41st Street, New York).
We will serve lunch, host a panel discussion and a conduct a demonstration of our newest collaboration tool, Quince Pro, in The Writer's Den at The Library Hotel.
Our expert panel will share their experiences and answer questions about creating superior solutions through Design. Speakers include:
Social spaces, private spaces, unfamiliar spaces—no matter where, people can detect even subtle frameworks and etiquettes. As our relationship to products, services, and to one another has been transformed over the past few years, entirely new frameworks have emerged.
These conditions signal a shift. People are being asked to improvise, to frame their own experiences. The designer merely sets out opportunities for people to use—to perceive connections and take advantage (or not) of a framework. But how do people know how to improvise?
SocialFeet.com is a seed-funded startup in NYC that helps online
retailers drive sales through social networks. Our beta product
(called "EchoSales") prompts people to share their purchases at
checkout to Facebook and Twitter. Good bye, interruptive
advertising hello, product referrals!
As we expand sharing to reviews, ratings, wish lists and more,
SocialFeet seeks an exceptional engineer to lead our front-end
cross-browser compatibility, etc.