Hi everyone, we have a great product to show you today. It is a brand new way to start iOS project and it is called App Cooker. Note the idea, sketch the icon, make interactive mockups, write the store info and estimate the profitability in one place. We believe that this will be a very nice App for all the actors of the iOS world. With App Cooker you design your apps like a chef before starting to code.
I was looking for references on designing for large multi-touch displays or surface tables. I saw Jason Brush's Mix 10  talk that was really interesting. Can anyone think of any relevant books, presentations, or videos on the topic?
You might have heard of MakeMyTrip. We’re hopeful you’re even a customer that has bought from us. Well, over 3M paying customers have bought from us! If you’re a product or a design professional, I’m sure you’ve had ideas such as “why don’t they do it this way or that way”. Well, here’s your chance to get in the door and help transform India’s leading Online Travel Company into an even more delightful experience.
we expect that you have given up on your New Year's resolutions. Things like
giving up drinking, exercising more, eating less cake. IxDA Dublin would like
to invite you to our January Social, with minimum exercise required and
with drink available for you, to set your 2011 design resolution. We
will have a design resolution board for everyone to be made publicly
accountable for your resolutions, along with the normal IxDA social and the
announcement of the new Dublin local leaders.
I'm freelance graphic designer. I know web design programs such as HTML, dreamweaver, flash, actionscript, jquery, CSS. I can design and build a website, but I have hard time "breaking" into the web design/interactive design job position/title. I need your advise. Should I go to back to school to get MA in interactive/interaction design or UX design? or certificate course will do. BTW, I also do pro-bono web design work for non-profit, but the process has been really slow.
UIE Book Club: Designing the Obvious, Second Edition by Robert Hoekman Jr. Tuesday, February 1 - 3pm ET / 2pm CT / 1pm MT / Noon PT
Join me in February, as I kick off the 2011 UX Book Club with the talented and funny Robert Hoekman, Jr.
The 2nd edition of Designing the Obvious just showed up in my mailbox and, wow, I’m excited. The first edition was a great book -- so great that I kept lending my copy out and not getting back. I think I bought 5 of them.
I have a grid that shows a list of schedules and user can then duplicate a schedule by clicking on a button (just above the grid) and make necessary changes. I want to call this button "Duplicate" and my dev team thinks this is "Clone".
I have seen the term 'Duplicate' getting used more common these days but is there any other logical reason why we should use 'Duplicate' and not 'Clone' or vice versa?
So it turns out that I have a discount coupon for nostarch.com, an online bookseller. I look at their site and come across "The Art of Interactive Design" by Chris Crawford. So, has anyone read this book? Is it worth picking up?