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May 18, 2010

21:00
We have been updating our evaluation of Open Text for ECM this week, and I was musing with my colleague Apoorv that although Open Text is one of the largest ECM vendors in the market
Source: CMS Watch
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More than two years after it's last major version was released, the Web CMS project Joomla! has announced the beta version of its next major release (1.6). For an open source project, that's a lot of time between two versions.
Source: CMS Watch

July 21, 2009

08:55
Just all kinds of busy. Best way is to keep up is...
Categories: Weblogs

May 31, 2009

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A Usability and User Experience Consultancy in Germany.
Source: HCI Index
Categories: Events calendars

May 10, 2009

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Tampere, Finland.
Source: HCI Index
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A web-based user-experience testing tool, allowing companies to conduct online, unmoderated user testing on any kind of digital interface.
Source: HCI Index
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Latin-American Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Mérida Yucatán, Mexico.
Source: HCI Index
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April 13, 2009

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Celebrating 60 years of ergonomics, London, UK.
Source: HCI Index
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International conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment technology, Athens, Greece.
Source: HCI Index
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March 15, 2009

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13th Chi Nederland conference on Human Computer Interaction and User Experience Design, Leiden, The Netherlands.
Source: HCI Index
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User Interface Design and Usability for Software products in Stuttgart, Germany..
Source: HCI Index
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The 16th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality and Software Technology, Kyoto, Japan.
Source: HCI Index
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March 4, 2009

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Website for a project that aims to investigate the impact of culture on the results of established methods of usability testing.
Source: HCI Index
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December 5, 2008

08:29
If you’re a member of the AIGA and in New York, you might enjoy a fun little breakfast gathering planned for Tuesday, January 13, 2009… Redesigning the RFP response Maybe you’ve gotten one: the RFP that asks for mountains of miraculous work, for no money, delivered in 20 minutes. Or the one for a project so boring [...]
Categories: Weblogs

November 26, 2008

09:24
Niti has an intriguing post including this quote describing service for the Nokia 1202: the new devices will allow users to set up an e-mail account on Nokia’s Ovi Web portal without ever going near a PC. That’s an important distinction for the millions of mobile-phone users who live in regions without reliable electricity, much less [...]
Categories: Weblogs

November 20, 2008

13:27
Not long I was talking to a project manager who was writing her first request for proposal, explaining the common wisdom on budget disclosure: “You’ll want to give them a ballpark idea of what your budget is without telling them your actual budget; agencies will sometimes configure the work to take all the money on [...]
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November 19, 2008

09:40
So we all know that at the heart of creativity lie constraints. And one constraint I love is money. I thought of this today as I read about a friend’s company who spent “tens of thousands of dollars” on legal fees just for their domain name. Maybe that was money well spent, but from personal [...]
Categories: Weblogs

November 18, 2008

11:51
To catch you up, Motrin posted the below ad and people, particularly baby-carrying mothers, were so offended that the makers of Motrin pulled the ad. Many of the offended people (”Motrin Moms” there were dubbed) were on Twitter, as well as blogs and YouTube. As a result, marketers are starting to get scared of social media, [...]
Categories: Weblogs
08:30
Stuart Candy, researcher at the Hawaii Research Center for Futures Studies and research fellow of The Long Now Foundation, asked me a few questions about tangible futures and published the interview on his blog. While I’m more focused on near-term concept design these days, it was helpful for me to reflect on why and how [...]
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