Hack Night SLC is just around the corner (Feb 21) and we finally got the website launched this evening. Hack Night SLC is a free event open to everyone, focused on providing an opportunity for developers, designers, students, etc. to gather and work on projects in a collaborative evnironment. There will be free food, and it's going to be a great opportunity to get to know the community here in the valley a little bit better.
I work in a small high tech group at a R&D company. We are developing some interactive systems for a heads-up display, and I'm looking to get feedback on my design work. Basically our options right now are to publish to big academic conferences like CHI or UIST, or basically keep totally quiet. The problem is that our work is not JUST scientific or JUST academic, but also we have more visual and interactive design stuff that communities like CHI don't critique the same way that say a community on behance.net would criticize.
Hi, I'm after some advice regarding some guidelines to consider when deploying applications over Citrix.
My company is going to be using Citrix in the near future. We have suppliers who deliver our desktops, applications etc, within boundaries set by my company's IT strand. We have a principle of procuring commercial, of the shelf packages wherever possible.
NYCUXPA Presents: World Usability Day 2012: The Usability of Financial Systems ~ Sponsored By Bloomberg, Thurs 11/8/12
App Design, design, Interaction Design, usability, user experience, ux, web design, financial services
8 Nov 2012
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Bloomberg L.P., Room 7 MPR, 731 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022
I'm working on creating documentation for a programming language and development environement. We're considering creating a wide variety of material including tutorials, reference material, inline documentation, videos, searchacle examples, et cetera.
There are two things I would love to hear from anybody:
1) Books/articles/anything you know of discussing design of documentation
2) Examples of awesome documentation that you know of. Even though I'm working on programming tools, I would love examples from any domain to get inspiration.
Get hands on with gamestorming at this month’s IxDA Lansing meeting. We’ll be exploring an array of games by playing them ourselves. No experience is required, but we invite those who have gamestorming activities that they like or have wanted to try to bring them to add to those we’ll have in preparation for the evening.