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'm new here. I am a software engineer by trade but wants to learn/study interaction design. I live in the Philippines and most of the universities mentioned in the discussions are either in the US/Europe. Are there by chance any university offering e-learning courses for Interaction Design?
I work for a startup catering to real estate brokers. Our market research typically involves calling several of them and asking questions. Not great.
What I'm looking for is an online "answer marketplace" where: - "answerers" have been screened for professionalism, occupation, demographic info, etc... - "askers" set parameters on who can answer, # of answers, price per answer etc...
I've found sites on which an "expert" will answer your specific question, but in this case i'm looking for some crowd source aspect - I want many replies to a a few questions.
It looks pretty cool, and I've played around with it a bit, but I'm not sure how well it plays out in client situations when you have to get deliverables out fast compared to programs like Omnigraffle where you can bang things out in short order.
I will like to hear from anyone who has done research on or knows the behavioral pattern of 30-40 year olds and their use of news/stories online. I am particularly interested in how they approach such content, what they do with it (e.g. share with friends), what content are they likely to approach and consume (hot topics, gossips, etc), what form of content (shorts, trailers, long, etc), etc.
Telstra is one of the iconic Australians. Today we are a company that
looks to the world of tomorrow. We're on the forefront of the
communications revolution. It's an exciting place to be. Working in
a multi-disciplinary team of human factors specialists, technology
specialists and software developers in our Chief Technology Office
(CTO) you will contribute to creating prototypes of emerging
The main purpose of this exciting role is provide interaction flows,
information architecture and user interface design to tangible
software and device prototypes.
There's been a lovely discussion on T&Cs this week . This got me thinking
about solutions for interstitial pages.
By interstitial pages I mean the kind that are presented to the user during
a goal-based flow ; for instance, logging into your online banking and
before you see the account summary. During these pages (which often provide
security or legal assurances) it's often considered a worthwhile exercise by
marketers (though generally not by Ix/IA/Ux people) to place cross-sell
Can anyone provide examples, screen grabs or otherwise of this kind of page
Could you all recommend some research suppliers in or around Palo
Alto, California who'd be able to recruit participants for usability
testing as well as provide space to conduct it (one-way mirror, not
much else)? Your wisdom and recommendations greatly appreciated --