Jason Bruges and his award-winning multidisciplinary studio are focused on creating interactive digital spaces that excite, intrigue and perform. The studio is particularly well known for light based design, exploring interactivity with the public and the environment through the highly imaginative use of materials and technologies.
Target Audience: Companies that need art (artworks like vector art) and order sampling done. These companies are Promotional Suppliers and Distributors. There are first time users (lot of them) and existing client base.
The entire process is set online for receiving art till the point we invoice it.
Objective: Intuitively show personalized home page depending on the type of first time user (here -> Supplier or Distributor).
The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) and Savannah College of Art
and Design (SCAD) present the first Interaction Exhibition,
coinciding with the Interaction 10 conference in Savannah, Georgia,
February 4-7 2010. This interaction design-inspired art exhibition
will explore the concept of interaction: between people, with tools,
with technology. What is interaction about Behavior? Response? Is
it Conscious? Deliberate? What does interaction mean?
We are looking for work that directly addresses these questions.
I was chatting whit a colleague, and we could recall examples in the early
days of the web where a site was a work of art, and no other thing but art,
but can't think of recent examples. any sightings?
When it comes to designing, is anyone here greatly influenced by
things outside of what we normally design? By this, I mean primarily
any particular artists or movements (eg, minimalism, abstract,
Picasso etc) If so, how did your design change? Or does music play a
role? We've discussed what music we listen to when working but I
sometimes find that listening to particular types of music influences
the mood of my designs.
I am currently researching on a website with immense data and this
company being a corporate needs some good user interface that will
showcase this data, get more hits, have interactive elements, etc.
This software company has a 18 year history.
Can the IxDA community help me with a few things on IxD, UX and
(1) Websites that help me understand all the three things mentioned
(2) Website examples with good user experience.
(3) Website examples with bad user experience.