Category: Design

How to run a design critique by Scott Berkun

How to run a design critique by Scott Berkun   From the post: Goals of a design critique A design critique involves a small group of 3-7 to discuss a set of sketches or prototypes. You could focus purely on branding elements, ease of use concepts, or even engineering feasibility, it’s up to whoever leads. […]

Excited to be attending Wisdom 2.0

A little bit about the conference… “Wisdom 2.0 addresses the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology, but to do so in ways that are beneficial to our own well-being, effective in our work, and useful to the world.” “Wisdom 2.0 offers a series of events around […]

Design in the C Suite

Have you ever wondered how exactly a Chief Design Officer spends his or her days? For those interested in taking their career up to the C-Suite this panel discussion will shed light on the paths taken to this role, and once there, the tasks and responsibilities that fill the day to day schedule. Panelists will call […]

Accelerate your career at Interaction15!

Accelerate your career at Interaction15! Are you open to making a big career move this year? As part of the Interaction15 conference, Coroflot is working with IBM, Intuit and Microsoft to schedule private interviews for senior design, UX, research and leadership positions. This is a great opportunity to secure a discrete interview with hiring managers […]

Speaking at SpeechTEK today – Evangelizing and Adopting VUI

Apple’s Siri and Google Now have ignited consumers’ interest in voice user interfaces (VUI) by delivering valuable and delightful customer experiences. Innovative companies can leverage voice solutions to create a competitive advantage. But how do you drive the adoption of VUI in an organization with a long GUI-only history? In this session, hear about the […]