After growing the NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions Product Design team to 5 people this year, we’re hiring product designers again.
Read about how we tried a unique approach combining affinity mapping and page description diagrams to prioritize content without getting bogged down in premature visual design discussions.
Earlier this week I was fortunate enough to speak at the UPA Boston one-day conference and share ideas on social influence. The presentation, also available on SlideShare, bibliography, and interesting additional resources are available to help you explore a fascinating and timely topic.
I’m hiring a junior maker at NASDAQ OMX in Manhattan. Interested?
On a rain soaked Wednesday a few weeks ago, I traded my desk in Manhattan for a sleek couch by the beach and attended Asbury Agile, a one day single-track conference for “makers and doers in the web industry” in nearby Asbury Park.
Continuing my exploration into events outside of the immediate domain of user experience design, I recently attended a panel discussion at New York University that examined the role of social tools in the Middle East and North African uprisings.
Another field trip leads me to the Rutgers School of Communication and Information to attend a lecture discussing social capital and social tools used by teens and young adults in Israel.
I summarize a few thoughts on the IA Summit 2011 and UX Show and Tell in Denver, Colorado.
Roger Martin’s March 2011 Harvard Business Review column reads like a roadmap leading to the next phase of user experience design & strategy.
A Goffman scholar discusses how a 20th century sociologist’s work can frame interaction design problems.