Tagged: Boxes and Arrows

Designing Interactions: Information Design & Interpretation 0

Designing Interactions / Experiences: Information Design & Interpretation

This is the 4th (fourth) lecture of the ‘Designing Interactions & Experiences’ module I’m teaching at Köln International School of Design of the Cologne University of Applied Sciences, which I’m honored to give by invitation of Professor Philipp Heidkamp. In this lecture, we discuss how to use different data visualization techniques to facilitate decision making […]

Russ Unger 0

Listen to Russ Unger & Ross McClean’s “Living Personas – Visually Displaying Brand Insights and Connections to Consumers” talk at IA Summit 2010

In this session Russ Unger and Ross McClean examine living personas—an interactive and engaging format that goes beyond flat paper personas we are used to. They discuss how this technique will change your perception of personas, no matter what you think of them now, and how it can showcase how real people are behaving related to your brand, product, or project […]

John Tolva 0

Listen to Don Turnbull & John Tolva’s “Metropolitan Information Architecture: The future of UX, Databases, and the (Information) Architecture of complex, urban environments” talk at IA Summit 2010

How does information architecture and design synchronize with urban architecture? How does mobile communication and web culture impact the streetscape?

Listen to Kevin Wick’s “Going Interactive: How we stopped making static wireframes and started making prototypes” talk at IA Summit 2010 0

Listen to Kevin Wick’s “Going Interactive: How we stopped making static wireframes and started making prototypes” talk at IA Summit 2010

Looking for more effective ways to communicate your research and designs? Kevin Wick says one way to do that is to stop creating static, paper-based wireframes and to start creating browser-based, interactive prototypes […]