The web is evolving, orienting around people rather than content. As a result, almost all UX professionals will increasingly need to design social experiences. Designing interactions between people is different from designing user experiences....
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Dr. Genevieve Bell is an Australian-born anthropologist and researcher. As director of User Interaction and Experience in Intel Labs, Dr. Bell leads a research team of social scientists, interaction designers, human factors engineers and computer scientists. This team shapes and helps create new Intel technologies and products that are increasingly designed around people’s needs and desires […]
The magazine recognized Autodesk’s Sustainability Workshop as a program at the forefront of education. The workshop, offered free to mechanical engineers, teaches the principles behind sustainable design […]
Fast Company magazine has recently written about how Autodesk technology has helped in the creation of visual effects for several blockbuster movies: No matter which film walks away with the Oscar for Best Visual...
Autodesk’s efforts on the democratization of Green Building technologies get featured on Fast Company magazine […]
A Dutch superstar, an unyielding architect, a force for good, a style soothsayer, a digital visionary and 71 perfect products. That’s what you’ll find on Fast Company’s fifth annual report on the intersection of business and design.
Autodesk’s Sustainable Design Program Manager, Dawn Danby, was selected #20 on Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business. Read the article to learn why Fast Company calls her a ‘mixed martial artist’ of sustainable design.
Autodesk has been recently featured in Fast Company‘s ranking of the world’s most innovative companies. From visionary upstarts to storied stalwarts, the list highlights companies that dazzle with new ideas — and prove beyond a doubt how business is a force for change: Since 1982, designers, engineers, and architects have made Autodesk‘s 2-D AutoCAD drafting programs the default choice for creating anything from buildings to sailboards. Now Autodesk is targeting the latest growth area in product design: 3-D virtual prototyping that eliminates the need for building physical models.