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Tagged with “architecture” (4)

  1. Green Hills, White Houses: Brian O’Connell on Architecture and Politics

    Noted Irish architect Brian O’Connell takes us on a fascinating journey from a townhouse in 17th century Kilkenny where important principles of parliamentary democracy were first formulated to the steps of the US Capitol, with several stops at architectural shrines along the way.

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  2. Product Excellence Principles

    LukeW Ideation + Design provides resources for mobile and Web product design and strategy including presentations, workshops, articles, books and more on usability, interaction design and visual design.

    There is no single process that will produce great results for every company, but there are tried-and-true principles that can guide teams in the right direction. Through vivid stories, Luke will showcase several of these principles in action, including:

    • Thinking "outside in" using customer insights to innovate
    • Speaking with "one voice" despite having many stakeholders
    • Defining the core essence of the product you’re bringing to life
    • Building outward from this center point
    • Committing to greatness and making the time
    • Understanding when to putt and when to drive the ball forward

    http://www.lukew.com/presos/preso.asp?10

    —Huffduffed by AlanDalton

  3. LukeW | Multi-Device Web Design

    LukeW Ideation Design provides resources for mobile and Web product design and strategy including presentations, workshops, articles, books and more on usability, interaction design and visual design.

    From smartphones to tablets to everything in between, a wider variety of computing devices than ever before are being used to get online. These devices have different screen sizes and resolutions, input methods, and even different modes of use. Most organizations have responded to this new reality by creating separate experiences for new devices types: a separate mobile site, a separate tablet site, and so on. But today’s devices are blurring even these lines.

    The good news is you don’t need lots of different Web sites to provide a great experience across all these devices. In fact, you only need one Web site with a multi-device design. The bad news is it requires a different way of designing and developing for the Web. Find out why and how in this talk.

    http://www.lukew.com/presos/preso.asp?31

    —Huffduffed by AlanDalton