July 9, 2013
School of Visual Arts MFA in Interaction Design
School of Visual Arts New York, New York
DATEJuly 9, 2013
ORGANIZED BYSchool of Visual Arts MFA IxD
Join Wikimedia, Cooper, and design-thinkers from around the world as we find new ways to spread knowledge through mobile Wikipedia. In this four-day workshop, you’ll use new UX skills to make mobile content contribution more approachable, intuitive, and less reliant on traditional input methods like typing. If you’ve wanted an excuse to explore new interaction paradigms and stay ahead of the design pack, this is your chance. Best of all, you get to do all of that in the creative classroom setting of Alan and Sue Cooper’s 50-acre ranch in Petaluma, CA
September 18, 2013 to September 21, 2013 Petaluma
Bluetooth technology is expanding into new markets, with exploding sales in the Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Health & Wellness, Mobile Telephony, PC & Peripherals, Sports & Fitness, Smart Home markets. Bluetooth is poised to reach 30 billion shipped devices by 2018. The Bluetooth SIG, together with co-sponsors CSR, Ellisys, Frontline and Nordic have developed this one-day training with all the critical basics you will need to get started with your Bluetooth product and application development. The Basics Track includes Bluetooth Core Specification updates, the...
October 3, 2013 Santa Clara
You may not know it, but online interventions can be twice as effective as traditional health behaviour change campaigns. This course will show you how these technologies work, and by the end of this course, you will understand how to build evidence-based health behaviour change interventions. This course is ideally suited to health communication specialists, social media community managers, health technology developers, and researchers.
October 17, 2013 to October 18, 2013 Toronto