SG Heart Map
A year-long series of events celebrating fifty years of independence for Singapore.
SG Heart MapA year-long series of events celebrating fifty years of independence for Singapore.
...Welcome to an Upside-Down World...
Our world is constantly changing because of the new ways in which we choose to interact with one another. Often led by technology but always shaped by people, the digital means by which we communicate...
After reading through a dozen case studies, we hope that you’ll agree with us that interaction design projects are diverse and fascinating. The problems our case studies frame and help solve were often rewarding for those...
Immigration New Zealand Landing Page
Website designed by DNA.
A Connected World
Digital services is perhaps the most important, wide-ranging and easily recognisable area of practice for interaction design...
BBC Newsbeat Brand
Moving Brands worked with the BBC’s UX team to create a ‘living’ brand whose identity included the use of interactive behaviours.
Fantasy or Reality?
The digital world is continually challenging our...
The National Trust App (left)
A multi-platform guidebook app that makes great use of geo-location technology. This image is showing the various welcome screens.
Interactive Products or Digital Services?
Have you ever...
Bringing Digital Experience to the Real World
Thankfully, our love of small personal screens is not all-consuming; there is also a significant growth in more immersive and event-driven communication. When going to see our...
Making the Invisible Visible
Our daily lives involve interacting with sophisticated software systems that remain largely invisible to us. Whether we are purchasing a train ticket from an automated machine, buying coffee using...
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