XDi | 2014 Juli
Das XDi entwickelt und veranstaltet Seminare, Workshops, Trainings, Weiterbildungen und Kurse zu den Themen Experience Design, User Experience, Service Design, Design Thinking, User Interface Design, UCD, User Centered Design, Interaction Design, HCI, Customer Experience Management und Online-Konzeption.
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Juli 2014

An introduction to Google’s new Material Design Interface Concept

18:10 29 Juli in Allgemein by Stefan Schmitt

http://www.google.com/design/spec/material-design/introduction.html# Google: „We challenged ourselves to create a visual language for our users that synthesizes the classic principles of good design with the innovation and possibility of technology and science. This is material design. This spec is a living document that will be updated as...

Google’s new Android-Interface-Concept „Material Design“

08:40 24 Juli in Allgemein by Stefan Schmitt

Google rolled out the latest version of its mobile OS, Android L, which is almost entirely predicated around the final step in its amazing design evolution: a formalized, unified design language across all their products, platforms, and devices called “Material Design.” … –> Article on Fast.Co.Design

The Wikipedia Redefined

19:23 22 Juli in Allgemein by Stefan Schmitt

New, a design agency from Vilnius/Lithuania spent their spring time to re-imagine Wikipedia from a design perspective. I think it’s  worth to take a view on it. –> The Wikipedia Redefined

Open PDS: Privacy through Personal Data Stores

09:00 22 Juli in Allgemein by Stefan Schmitt

Deine Daten gehören dir: Wie ein System namens OpenPDS den Datenschutz revolutionieren könnte Wir hinterlassen Daten, die Aufschluss über unser Verhalten geben und wir können nur wenig bis gar nichts dagegen tun – bis jetzt. Wir verraten euch, wie OpenPDS, ein Projekt des MIT, euch...