We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (5-3) is now out: Editorial: Reflecting on and Re-Thinking Usability and User Experience Design by Kirk St. Amant The Past, Present, and Future of UX Empirical Research by Joy
Peter Merholz discusses a range of topics, including his new book co-authored with Kristin Skinner, design methodologies, effective design leadership, and learning from his experiences as a leader at Adaptive Path.
Lisa Welchman discusses her new book, team dynamics, legal concerns, systems theory, and approaching effective team communication as a design problem.
In part 2 of this podcast, Clay Spinuzzi discusses his new book, the need to iterate activity theory, and the potential of social network analysis as a method for doing workplace studies.
Clay Spinuzzi discusses his new book, the need to iterate activity theory, and the potential of social network analysis as a method for doing workplace studies. Transcript Intro: [Upbeat Guitar] Ben: Welcome to Communication Design Quarterly’s podcast. I’m Ben Lauren
Call for applications: Editor-in-Chief of the scholarly publication Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ) The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Design of Communication (SIGDOC) seeks an editor-in-chief and institutional home for its peer-reviewed scholarly publication Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ).
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly is now out: Re-Considering the Nature of Value in Communication Design by Kirk St.Amant Special section introduction: Examining the Context of Technical Information Use by Lena-Maria Öberg What is an
Registration is now open for SIGDOC 2016. The conference will be held in Silver Spring, MD 9/23-9/24. Find out more about registration and lodging on the conference site. You can register directly here. Early registration ends 9/6.
Top 5 SIGDOC 2015 Papers by Downloads 1) Responsive, mobile app, mobile first: untangling the UX design web in practical experience Cheri Mullins | Downloads: 451 2) Digital badges for deliberate practice: designing effective badging systems for interactive communication
The latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly is now available. In this issue are the following: Notes from the SIG by Liza Potts Editor’s Introduction: Aspects of Awareness: Considerations for Social Media Use in the Modern Context by Kirk St.Amant