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Experience Design and Authenticity - Is There a Connection?

by: Idris Mootee

Is design being assumed to be an offshoot of visual arts of visual art is an offshoot of design? Or is interactive design an offshoot of theatre arts? There are many common grounds. No questions designers often draw inspirations from visual arts whether it is art book or galleries. There are also examples of artists who look to commercial design and technology for inspirations. Let me think of one example. 

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Design and Business Strategy Have One More Thing in Common - Both Are in the Business of Dealing with White Space

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Middle-aged Users' Declining Web Performance

by: Dick Stroud

My favourite Web usability guru, Jakob Nielsen, has published a fascinating article about the impact of ageing on the way people use the Web. Do make sure you read the full article.

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Design Isn't Dead. Design's Gatekeepers May Be Dying.

by: David Armano

"In future there will be no more designers. The designers of the future will be the personal coach, the gym trainer, the diet consultant." ~Philipe Stark

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iPhone SDK: Potential For Serious Games Large Scale Distribution

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Does 'Super Normal Design' Go Against The Mainstreaming Of Design?

by: Idris Mootee

What is “Super Normal Design”?  This is the first time I’ve heard about the term. As an economist I am more familiar with “Super Normal Profits”.

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Experience, Social, Word of Mouth. Is it All Just Advertising?

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The Problem With Stage-Gate Process With Experience Innovation

by: Idris Mootee  

I have some interesting discussion on stage-gate process here in Chicago and the current paradigm of product design and development. A lot of people mixed product development process with innovation process. It is fundamentally two different things.

 

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Are Digital Marketing + Social Design Compatible?

by: David Armano

I'm attending a panel next week at the Ad Age digital marketing conference.  The topic?  Making social media work:

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Apple, Google and Everyone Else - Who Owns the Customer Experience?

by: Karl Long

It's funny, I would suggest that Apple and Google probably have very different design processes and certainly a very different culture so what is the common denominator?

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