In this keynote at IxDA’s ILA 2018, Kim Goodwin talks about how designers can keep human-centered values at the center of our practice […]
In this provocative talk at IxDA’s Interaction ’18, Alan Cooper addresses the challenge that technology products should not be evil
As our societies move critical functions online and people spend more time “living in information”, interaction designers need to create information environments that stand the test of time […]
SAP qualified as a result of its success in appearing in “Best Workplaces” lists in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Greater China, India, Ireland, Peru, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United States […]
Of the 5,570 Brazilian municipalities, 1,457 provided wi-fi through public networks in 2014. Despite the leap from 2012, the cities that provide this type of access still account for only 26.2% of the total.
A team of Brazilian students who invented a software that creates custom clothes automatically for every body type was chosen the winner of the 2015 Imagine Cup […]
Jessica Hische goes through her own work and shows you what happens when the small and imperceptible becomes even more exciting than the big bright and flashy […]
Just over six months after entering the e-commerce space of other physical goods through internet in Brazil, Amazon will soon begin to sell books, making its debut in the country in the segment that Amazon has revolutionize the way business is done […]
In the first five months of 2014, 28.2 million mobile phones were sold, an increase of 8% over the same period of 2013 — according to the data collected by IDC and analyzed by Abinee […]
The number of Brazilians who access the internet on the small screen of the cell reached 52.5 million people, according to the ICT Households survey: this means that 31% of Brazilians ages 10 or older connect through the mobile device, double what it was two years ago. In 2011, there were only 15%.