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?
Design Centrado no Usuário (DCU) é o processo de design em que as necessidades, desejos e limitações do ser humano são levados em conta durante todas as fases de concepção e desenvolvimento de um projeto. DCU é focado na criação de produtos e serviços fáceis de usar e se baseia especialmente em pesquisa, prototipação, teste com usuários, nos princípios de design de interação e usabilidade. Empresas que são orientadas pelo Design Centrado no Usuário possuem a inovação em seu DNA e atuam de forma diferenciada em seus segmentos: CESAR, IDEO, Nokia, Intel, Philips, Apple, entre outras.
In a recent convo on Twitter, Janna DeVylder, Dave Malouf, Steve Baty and I were discoursing about the difficulties of traversing the Research > Design chasm. Some really great thoughts ensued. So, I thought I'd keep the convo going here.
It's a topic I'm keely interested in. Having helped present From Design to Research at Agile '09, and having worked on this for many years, I still realize I have lots to learn.
I would like to invite you to Design for Conversion in New York the 18th of
Design for Conversion is an event that tries to bridge the
disciplines of psychology, design and marketing. After 3 successful
editions in Amsterdam and 1 in Cologne, the event will
be held in New York City. (This event is an initiative by Chi Netherlands and endorsed by IxDA Netherlands)