Human beings are physically different and that has serious implications for your design work. This webinar helps you understand what anthropometric data is and how you can use it. Run time: 73 minutes.
In 1927, designers were moving from handcrafted products to industrial manufacturing. In 2008 designers were leveraging digital advancements to enhance human behaviour. We know what happened because of 1927. What happens because of 2008? The author of Sketching User Experiences tells us. Run time: 92 minutes.
From his perch as general manager of global design at GE Healthcare, the design leader discussed trends, challenges and opportunities within the healthcare industry—and offered a glimpse into how GE was re-imagining healthcare. Run time: 71 minutes.
The capabilities of products are increasing much faster than they used to. How do designers keep up? While working as creative director at frog, Mark delivered this guide for achieving positive momentum in user interface. Run time: 54 minutes.
This wide-ranging conversation with the BusinessWeek editor covered the evolution of innovation, design trends and what designers could learn by spending time on an Indian Reservation. Run time: 64 minutes.
While designers are being tasked with designing for hundreds of countries at once, meaning is undergoing a profound transformation. This webinar uses product stories from different companies and different cultures to provide a blueprint for achieving cultural competence. Run time: 83 minutes.
With 95% of all products involving the use of the hand, ergonomics can be leveraged by your brand to provide a unique signature to consumers. This study of the intricacies of the human hand demonstrates how to accomplish that. Run time: 88 minutes.
Brasil is the invisible B in the BRIC. In this webinar, you’ll get a history of design in Brasil, a tour of the country’s culture and analysis of how the Brasilian design community is evolving. Run time: 58 minutes.