What’s next for you? The interaction design world is growing and changing and there is an increasing number of opportunities within our profession. One option as you progress in your career is the move to management. But should you do it? I want to share with you the 4 big lessons I learned through my […]

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What is creative leadership? A Creative Director, dressed in black turtleneck, dictating every single detail? Cool! Would you work for that person? Creative leadership is more than finding a perfect form, much more than arriving at perfect concept. It is about creating a space and culture for creativity to happen. It is about fostering growth. […]

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Space matters. We read space like we read people’s faces. Space is an instrument of collaboration and innovation. At the University of Michigan’s Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR), a team was created to creatively and economically enhance our operating space into a flexible workspace that supports privacy, innovation, creativity, and – most importantly […]

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Through designers’ quest to optimize user experience, we have reached a plateau in site design experimentation. Whether in UX or visual design, most of the solutions have been narrowed down to minimalistic approaches. It seems like we have successfully simplified interactions to the extent of minimalism. Designs and interactions have fallen flat, minimal and somewhat […]

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Artefact’s John Rousseau presented four design opportunities for semi-autonomous vehicles at Interaction16, IxDA’s international conference in Helsinki, Finland.

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At Awwwards Amsterdam January 2016 Bart Van de Wiele showcases Adobe’s Design Future, Adobe XD (Experience Design) Formerly named Project Comet, Bart gives a live demo of the exciting cross platform-app which combines wireframing, visual design, interaction design, prototyping, previewing and sharing. bit.ly/Awwwards-AdobeXD

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Luke inspires with this session on designing for mobile in 2015. In today’s world, not all screens are equal, and Luke talks about the key themes you need to remember when designing your website.

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You’ve been seeing it more and more lately – experience design job descriptions listing HTML, JS, CSS, and various front-end frameworks as desirable skills for designers to possess. Why? Some say that learning code allows designers to understand constraints of a system (native, web, mobile, etc). Others might be hoping to leverage a designer as […]

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