Hi, this is Pete Markiewicz, a web/interactive design instructor in Los Angeles.
I'm currently exploring the idea of ongoing conversion of physical design to virtual services. This is dematerialization - one of the features of sustainable design articulated by Nathan Shedroff in his great book "Design is the Problem: The Future of Design Must Be Sustainable".
To all my fellow IxD practitioners, friends and enthusiasts, here's a video wishing you a Merry Christmas!
We will continue to inform, educate, and define this industry. This is the future, my dear friends, and I am excited that we are all in it at such an exciting time. Send me, Kiat and everyone in IxDA Singapore topics that you hope for us to present on, and we shall have those put into action in 2012.
Today we're opening submissions for the final speaker and facilitator places on the MEX programme: the MEX Market Pulse sessions.
This is an opportunity for practitioners riding the very edge of the mobile user experience wave to present at the 10th international MEX in London on 30th November - 1st December (http://pmn.co.uk/mex/).
I am a new graduated interaction designer and have just started my professional career in a consultant company. I have a background in industrial design, so don't have any concrete knowledge about different programming languages. Just I know a little about html and css. Now I need your advice about what should I focus on? a new language like C or continuing with html and css? and what more I should add to this list!
Whether you’re new to the field or you’re a design industry professional, UX Brighton 2011 is a great opportunity to debate, cogitate and learn about User Experience through the lense of various disciplines stretching from anthropology to cross-channel design.