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I'm pleased to announce that acidlabs Studios is now a part of the Australian Digital Marketplace, and available to work with government at any level in three categories: change, training and transformation marketing, communications, and engagement, and user research and design This is a big deal...

This is Apple's keynote pre-roll from the 2013 WWDC. The language in this video speaks powerfully to the designer in me. If design isn't to appeal to people's hearts as well as their heads, if we're not designing to make a difference in the world, and...

In the process of preparing to write a report for a major client, I’ve been reading or rereading all these in depth the past two weeks to ensure that my mind is as full of the necessary information as possible. Now I’ve read...

Like a lot of people I know, I'm usually buried under an avalanche of work, stuff I want to read and absorb and incoming messages that fight for my continuous partial attention. My pal, Stowe Boyd, and I have both recently become aware of Feedly,...

I'm working on several presentations at the moment that I hope I will be able to deliver at some upcoming conferences. Like most people, in the past I have delivered presentations that largely consisted of dot points on a page, the occasional gag slide and Way....

Over at Joel on Software, Joel delivers a sound slapping to the designers of the new Windows Vista who have managed to give the user a mind-numbing 15 options when trying to figure out how to switch off their computer. This confusing set of possibilities is...

Never thought I'd prefer a feature of WiMP over iTunes, especially now I'm a dyed-in-the-wool Mac convert. However, good design is good design no matter where it occurs. Rich Ziade at Basement.org has a post discussing the intelligent use of iconography (more or less) as...