Tom Greever will be joining us to discuss his new book Articulating Design Decisions published by O'Reilly Media. (You do not need to have read the book to participate.) Every designer has had to justify designs to non-designers, yet most lack the ability to explain themselves in a way that is compelling and fosters agreement. The ability to effectively articulate design decisions is critical to the success of a project, because the most articulate person often wins.
IxDA Boston is organizing a hands-on experience playground area at the Design Management Institute's Experience Innovation conference for people to use, touch, smell, and taste interesting
products, services, and ideas that cultivate exceptional user
experiences. This is their annual conference and it is being held in Boston this year at the Liberty Hotel on November 5th and 6th.
I had my first interview with a company who is very much interested in me. I am originally from Boston, MA and I'm currently living in Spain. The company is in Austin, TX. They wanted my salary requirements but I'm really not sure what to give them. Based on the research I've done It seems that 62k would be an accurate figure. As an intern in Boston I made 33/hour or about 67k per year equivalent. I have 2 years of experience (2 internships in Human Factors) and a Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering specializing in Human Factors Engineering.
Time: March 4, 2010 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Street: 109 State Street, Suite 2
Website or Map: http://tiny.cc/oHI2v
Phone: (617) 723-2122â
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Chris Avore