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Morty Fake Sep 13
I'm currently taking a course on And I need a case.. A client in need of a new or refined website, or a start-up in the making. PM me. up for grabs :)
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suvi hyokki Sep 16
What a relaxing Sunday... Or not. Been working almost the whole day on my Master's thesis and realised that there's still so much work to be done. Goodbye life.
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rachel kohut Sep 12
Becoming very interested in as a way to make health & legal information more accessible & engaging. Thinking of buying this book. Has anyone out there in the Twittersphere read it or referenced it? Would love to hear your thoughts.
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Akendi 13h
Information Architecture is the art and science of labeling and organizing content. Find out where it fits into User Experience Design and how we use User Research to inform it:
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Akendi 18h
Information Architecture or is the art and science of organizing and labeling content. Our one-day course kicks off today in Montreal. Learn more and sign up:
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Kilian Krug 18h
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Shelley Hollingsworth Sep 14
A great week immersed in with talented folks in medicine, law, museum design and govt.
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Lawbore Sep 14
Amazing time at the summer school this week. Collaboration with designers, writers, editors as well as those from medical & legal fields. So 🔥ed up now!
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suvi hyokki Sep 14
I can’t believe it's already the last day of ! I've been enjoying every second of it, and a special thanks for that goes to all the amazing and talented people I've met during this week.
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suvi hyokki Sep 13
Today's been filled with intensive working on our group projects, fascinating shared experiences and useful new information. On this course you learn new things in so many ways!
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suvi hyokki Sep 13
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suvi hyokki Sep 13
The results of the little exercise of designing text for strategic reading. It's useful to remember headings, hierarchies (both headings&text) and voices. Thank you for the tips
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suvi hyokki Sep 13
Day four started with a lecture about for text by Rob Waller.
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Hardik Chandrahas Sep 12
Shifting Gears - A visualisation of my cycle rides.Documented project, now on . A lens into my process and thoughts behind developing this data visualisation
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suvi hyokki Sep 12
Pictograms can have so many meanings depending on the context (it's the context again). An informative lecture and exercise by Dr Karel van der Waarde.
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suvi hyokki Sep 12
It's a new fascinating day at ! I've got so many good book recommendations of that I think I will be busy reading them for the rest of my life!
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suvi hyokki Sep 11
The second day of has been intense but really rewarding. Started working on the group projects and heard about behavioural view of decision making.
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suvi hyokki Sep 11
One should not forget that rearranging and rewriting text is always an option, too.
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suvi hyokki Sep 11
A new day at starts with a lecture: is a picture worth a thousand words by Clive Richards.
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