1. Drag and Drop Interaction

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    Drag and Drop interaction explained using a simple task inbox.

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    • Lemon Tree app: Meet new people while travelling

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      from Christine Lo Added 0 0 0

      HUNCH: In 2015 with the ever-rising power of social media, meeting people is interpreted as becoming easier. But is that really the case? Sure, people are connected in more direct, functional and faster ways. But there have been emotional sacrifices from creating these connections. There have been many discussions over the fact that person-to-person contact has been cut off, and minimised to more of a ‘screen-to-screen’ interaction. As a result, people have been more forfeiting emotional experiences they used to be forced into. The determination to put yourself out there, the confidence to approach people and the willingness to make a commitment to actually see people have been severely diminished. So, how do I become a valued member of a community, regardless of where I am in the world? INSIGHTS: Australia is an adolescent culture, we have a point to prove and an abundance of self-importance to help us do so. In 2014, 36% of all 20-24 year olds travelled abroad. 22% of that 36% travelled alone and 55% met like-minded individuals through friends or at curated events. To generate a code for travel however, I needed to gain insight into what were our first memories of travel, and what the result of these memories would look like. The code for travel in Australia is first abandonment, but then swiftly followed by adventure. These experiences are built from memories we all experience, from the first time our parents leave us with our “grandparents”, to the first time we explore “Port Stephens” or “Paris”. The results of these memories are rather simple. We build up a confidence to create new meaningful relationships, we then want to explore the globe and finally with the same premise, we grow more attachment to those we are leaving behind. Once we do leave however, it is important for Australian Travellers to maintain our value. Unfortunately for 20-24 year old Australians, without a social base like a University or College, it is still hard to establish a healthy respect from others whilst travelling. In saying this, it is not hard for us to meet others and show-off our “looks” or ability to “drink”, but what is currently out there to help those who do not advocate the qualities associated with those attributes? IMPLEMENTATION: So what if people gathered under a ‘Lemon Tree’? A reliable - safe place - found in multiple locations, in every major city around the globe. Using this simple premise, our minimum viable product would have to focus heavily on our key design goal; to transcend platform and generate personal value. We proposed that by pairing user-generated mobile content with local interactive meeting points, users can meet up, explore and then generate their own ‘real-life’ adventures from this point. The value entrenched in the mobile application is a reward based on experience model. By rewarding travellers and locals alike to constantly pursue new experiences we hope to generate an obsessive user that is hooked on experimenting with our product and trying new things. All sourced content is referenced. This was a university assignment and was not made for the profit of myself or others.

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      • ui/ux app design by henny jo

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        communication application "Be native"

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        • Adaptive Content, Context, and Controversy - The Design & Content Conference

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          from The Republic of Quality Added 0 0 0

          In 2015, “adaptive content” has become a buzzword. To some, it’s a complex, long-term initiative to structure content for flexible reuse and dynamic targeting. To others, it’s a way to ensure that everyone, everywhere, sees exactly what they want—like magic! In this talk, Karen shares her perspective (and reservations) on how adaptive content is being used today. She’ll discuss how adaptive content supports targeting content to device type—and why that’s rarely necessary. She’ll also describe ways that adaptive content can support tailoring content according to context—and ways that can go wrong. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of when adaptive content is necessary and how to get the most value from it.

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          • Content patterns for a noisy world - The Design & Content Conference

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            “Content” is no longer a container on a page, it can come from everywhere: Emails, texts, alerts, Oh My! The way we plan, create and govern useful content needs to evolve to the delicate craft of storytelling across devices and channels with one goal – to engage people. At Expedia, we are starting to identify the possible “connections” a customer can make within each travel context to develop a platform-agnostic messaging strategy. We’ve had to STOP thinking about how to design a banner to get your attention and START thinking about how the content itself gets your attention through relevance. We’ll walk through some examples of how we’ve used relevant, contextual content to improve the experience for our users and our designers too.

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            • Mapping Content to Customer Journeys - The Design & Content Conference

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              You’ve defined your customer journey, but where does content fit in? What do you need to think about? In this presentation, we’ll show you how to use customer journeys to identify user-focused content requirements and communicate how content can support a larger user experience. We’ll share our process and examples of how we go about mapping content considerations to customer journeys.

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              • Max Hathaway -- Reel 2015

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                from Maxwell Added 343 10 1

                Contact me: mcgrathaway (at) gmail.com www.mcgrathaway.com Big shout outs to everyone I collaborated with! Most recently, these dudes: Kris Cole: https://dribbble.com/Krisco22 Jessie Penico: http://www.jessepenico.com/ Weston Vierregger: http://w-v.co/

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                • Nestlé Breakfast Pitch Work

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                  from Andrea Added 0 0 0

                  Nestlé Breakfast Pitch Work

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                  • GYM | Get your model - User Experience animation

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                    from Ronald Gijezen Added 4 0 0

                    GYM is a step-by-step fashion model booking platform. This animation shows you the user interface of the platform. Music credits: Tokyo-based composer Phil Gerus.

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                    • Installing Grommet on Windows (Fun in 5 Series)

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                      This is the very first session of the Fun in 5 series for Grommet. We are going to talk about installing Grommet on windows in 5 minutes.

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