branding

20 Sep 2011 - 11:16am
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lisa mcmichael
2011

Lecture and Social: Design industry leader and AIGA icon Debbie Millman in Tampa Oct. 1

10 WAYS TO POSITION YOURSELF AS A STRATEGIC DESIGNER

Guest Lecturer: Debbie Millman

14 Jun 2011 - 10:22am
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Shilpi Joshi
2009

Are rotating banners still in trend?

Hello all, 

We are looking to revamp our website and make it more structured and informative, yet visually appealing to our guests. One suggestion that came up was the use of 'rotating banner' on our home page with some key information and links to our internal web pages.

We thus wanted to get an idea from the design community whether rotating banners are still in trend to use on the homepae of a website, as they were riding high couple of years back.

And, do they still have the same appeal to and draw from viewers?

14 May 2010 - 8:17am
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mheisig
2010

Separation of Web Application Interface and the public "sales" site

I have recently been engaged in an interesting internal discussion with respect to the separation of a web application interface from its related public sales site. The two main setups I see are:

15 Mar 2010 - 6:46pm
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Aynne Valencia
2010

Great Read: Service Design and The Guardian

The Guardian has an excellent highly digestible wrap-up of Service Design, its brand origins, flavors, case studies and why it is so relevant today. 

30 Oct 2009 - 5:35am
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Wouter Leistra
2009

UX trends for big corporations

Hello all IxD'ers I'm working on a new presentation on the area of
UX trends for the near and not so near future. I did some research
online and read many of the UX blogs to find out what is upcoming. I
would love to have it more focused on bigger corporations who are not
as flexible and able to quickly make gigantic changes to their system
because this is the kind of market we operate in as a company. We
mainly do in our department intranets and corporate websites based on
big platforms like SharePoint.

5 Jun 2009 - 4:02pm
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Murray Thompson
2009

User Experiences of a Company from Varied Contexts

Does anyone know of, or have experience with, resources or studies
related to how people engage with a parent company and a wide variety
of related brands/entities?

3 Mar 2009 - 12:36am
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oliver green
2006

Desktop Application: Look and Feel

This is a two part question:

[1] If there are a number of desktop software products for a platform,
other than menu placement, and branding,
what factors should be considered to provide the same look and feel?

[2] What technologies can be used to create these for desktop applications?

6 Sep 2007 - 12:20pm
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tdellaringa
2006

Branding - including .com in logo/name?

Hi folks,

This isn't necessarily IX, but maybe it is. I have a client who is working
on a new app, a portal. Let's say the name is "DirtyChicken". Their logo is
a simple logotype of "DirtyChicken.com"

I've always wondered if the ".com" is necessary in the logo - particularly
because it isn't .net or .org - .com being the most popular. It seems to me
that successful sites brand themselves as what they are indistinct from the
web address (even though the name is the same).

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