Category Archive for: UX

2016 Good Design Awards Entre Now

The search for excellence in Product Design and innovation is on. This year’s Good Design Awards promises to be bigger, bolder and brighter. Join them as they celebrate the best in Industrial Design, innovation in creativity in the heart of Vivid Sydney, the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas. to be a part of…

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2016 Good Design Awards Opens For Entry

Australia’s oldest and most prestigious awards for design and innovation opens for entry today. Managed by Good Design Australia, the annual Good Design Awards program recognises and rewards excellence in Product Design, innovation and creativity at a national and international level. Australia’s Good Design Awards has one of the most diverse range of categories in the world with seven…

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2014 Design As Strategy Forum

Thought leaders from around the world come to Sydney for Australia’s premier design event – 2014 Design As Strategy Forum This year’s DESIGN AS STRATEGY FORUM will look into how enterprising leaders from business, government and the creative service sectors position their organisations to thrive – in a time where others struggle to survive. Good…

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Move Over Product Design, UX Is The Future

Rick Wise, CEO of Lippincott, says experience innovation is the next design imperative. For decades, the most successful businesses thrived on product innovation as the natural strategy to increase revenues, market share, and loyalty. Fast forward to 2014: today’s product innovations, and the growth they create, are often incremental, narrow, and fleeting. Take TVs or…

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Experience Design: A Framework for Integrating Brand, Experience, and Value

Experience Design: A Framework for Integrating Brand, Experience, and Value, published by Method’s co-founders, aims to help businesses tap into the power of design and foster better collaboration between business and design in order to deliver more valuable experiences to customers.Patrick Newbery and Kevin Farnham argue that in order to be successful, businesses need to…

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