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Quantifiable Design: How to Remove Subjectivity from the Process | UX Booth

In my 12+ years as a designer, I’ve been in all types of situations with clients and worked in all types of situations. Some clients really have a handle on strategy and a tight focus, and others have tons of great ideas but it is more difficult to get to commit to singular points of focus. In either case great design starts with a set of clearly defined parameters, and adhering to them throughout the design process. The trouble is, how does one go from a ton of ideas to the perfect product?

via Quantifiable Design: How to Remove Subjectivity from the Process | UX Booth.

LukeW | More on Designing in Keynote

Last month I compiled an overview of why software designers were turning to Apple’s presentation software, Keynote, to design application interfaces. Several of you asked for more so… here’s additional reasons to design in Keynote and lots of tips for getting the most out of it.

via LukeW | More on Designing in Keynote.

Eli Pariser: Beware online “filter bubbles” | Video on TED.com

As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there’s a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a “filter bubble” and don’t get exposed to information that could challenge or broaden our worldview. Eli Pariser argues powerfully that this will ultimately prove to be bad for us and bad for democracy.

via Eli Pariser: Beware online “filter bubbles” | Video on TED.com.

The Culture of Luxury 2011

The Culture of Luxury
View more presentations from Tim Stock

View more presentations from Tim Stock

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Books by Duarte: Resonate & Slide:ology

Duarte has codified decades of presentation mastery into our VisualStory & trade; methodology so organizations and individuals can acquire presentation literacy.

Books – Duarte.

Armin Vit on Stupidity

{EAV_BLOG_VER:23f3601476f8e83d} “One is considered stupid until proven creative.” Armin Vit presents the case for stupidity. Instead of avoiding the stupid, we should embrace it, chase it and execute stupid ideas as often as possible.

Note & Point

A gallery devoted to making your Keynote & Powerpoint presentations look that much better.

Inspiration gallery here

2011/04 Christoph Niemann on Vimeo

Our speaker at the April 2011 CreativeMornings/NewYork was Berlin based Illustrator and Designer Christoph Niemann. (christophniemann.com/​) The event was generously hosted by Galapagos Art Space (galapagosartspace.com/​) in DUMBO, Brooklyn.

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The fall and rise of user experience : Cennydd Bowles on user experience

A transcript of my closing plenary at the IA Summit 2011 in Denver, Colorado.

My user experience career began in 2002, when my government employer asked me to organise its hefty information stocks, and look for ways to publish them on its lousy website.

I started hunting for inspiration and, like many others, found it in the polar bear book. It was a hallelujah moment. At last, I’d found people who thought the way I did, and who shared ambitions that stretched far beyond my peers’ limited vision of the web.

via The fall and rise of user experience : Cennydd Bowles on user experience.

Adobe Museum of Digital Media

Inspiring presentations from the design leaders.

Adobe Museum of Digital Media.