Tag Archives: Interaction Design

The premium now is on designing the invisible: interactions, workflows, service and ecosystems.

The design of the visible – interfaces, buttons, icons et al, has reached a level of craftsmanship that is now a given.

 

Jay Dutta

 

“The Kumbh Mela of the US” – SXSW 2013

An official note arrived this evening from SXSW. The SXSW Interaction and other notable SXSW avataars for 2013 finally comes to an end. Downtown Austin is a bit more quieter, traffic more orderly.

Five days of SXSW Interaction, six days of the SXSW Music (the oldest of all the events) and ten days of concurrently running  SXSW Film – clubbed together under the big umbrella of South by South West. For my lot – the UX folks, the first five days presented a mind boggling array of talks, panel discussions, keynotes, short presentation, mentor reviews, book readings, meet-ups, a fair Continue reading

Adobe Design team is featured in Kyoorius Magazine

Over a period of close to 9 years Kyoorius Exchange has undoubtedly made its mark on the Indian Design scene. What started off as a paper company found its way into the Kyoorius Conference and the Magazine. Kyoorius today is arguably India’s longest surviving Magazine on the mainstream Indian Design – and a very well produced one at that. So when the curious Kyoorius folks decided to dedicate 6 pages of their June issue to report on the Adobe India’s Design team – it was both a pleasant surprise and a welcome one. Continue reading