7 Oct 2009 - 12:39pm
6 years ago
3 replies

[Event] Next IxDA Seattle Event: Social Technologies, Oct. 19, 2009, Razorfish

The next IxDA Seattle event will be held on Tue, Oct. 19th at the
Seattle Razorfish office.

For this event we will be hosting three presentations - two about
social technologies and a case study.

17 Aug 2009 - 3:40pm

The Audacity of Context

Hey geeks! If words like media syndication, context and fanagment give
you a thrill, then vote for our panel at SXSW.

Here is the link!

BTW: We made up the word "fanagment".

15 Jul 2009 - 1:16pm
5 years ago
7 replies

persuasive, authoritative, presentation justifying formal design process?

Can anyone recommend a persuasive, unquestionably authoritative
presentation on why a formal design process, characterized by
progress toward increasing precision -- for hardware AND software --
makes good business sense?

I've got a VP that doesn't have the time or patience to read
anything too lengthy, who's an electronics engineer, struggling to
understand the needs of the burgeoning software department under

Too much design jargon will be a turn-off.

Perhaps a presentation on slide-share? Something by the CEO, or Chief
Engineer of an electronics manufacturing Fortune 500 maybe?

2 Feb 2009 - 7:36pm
7 years ago
14 replies
Al Abut

Preparing a presentation on Fireworks

I'm getting back into public speaking and giving a short presentation
next month on my design process in Fireworks, so I thought I'd
collect some questions from the list in advance.

Dave Malouf

Jans-Christophe Zoels of Experientia on IxD

This is a video of a lecture that Jans-Christophe gave introducing IxD to
a mixed group of designers and others. Thought people might be interested.

-- dave

David Malouf
dave at

23 Jan 2005 - 6:47pm
11 years ago
50 replies
Dan Zlotnikov

Powerpoint vs. "regular" slides

I recall reading an article in which powerpoint was blamed for its
inefficient and ineffectual presentation of data. A comparison was
then made between a single slide and something like four powerpoint
slides that were needed to present the same data, losing the
obviousness of certain trends in the process.

I've just spent a good half an hour trying to find it with zero
success, so I'm hoping someone here knows what I'm talking about.

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