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
We are currently accepting nominations for this year’s Rigo Award (named after Joseph Rigo, the founder of SIGDOC). The award celebrates an individual’s lifetime contribution to the field of communication design. Since 2004, Rigo Awards have been given every other
2016 ACM SIGDOC Election Results (For the term of 1 July 2016 – 30 June 2018) Chair Claire Lauer Arizona State University Vice-Chair Kirk St.Amant East Carolina University Secretary-Treasurer Kristen R. Moore Texas Tech University