In 2005, Professors Anderson and McCormick wrote A Common Framework for E-learning Quality and Ten Pedagogic Principles of E-Learning, describing an approach to the development of effective e-learning programs.
Australian Centre for Excellence in Public Sector Design
DesignGov (the Australian Centre for Excellence in Public Sector Design) was established by the Australian Public Service as an 18 month pilot that was in operation from July 2012 until December 2013.
University of Maryland, HCI, InfoVis & Social Media Prof in CS Dept, Member HCIL & NAE, skier, photographer
"Code for America believes government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century.
We build open source technology and organize a network of people dedicated to making government services simple, effective, and easy to use."
Dieter Rams was born in Wiesbaden, Germany, in 1932. He was strongly influenced by the presence of his grandfather who was a carpenter. Rams’s early awards for carpentry led to him training as an architect as Germany was rebuilt in the early 1950s.
Director of design
Design and Innovation from Accenture
Intercom is a fundamentally new way for internet businesses to communicate with customers, personally, at scale. It's a customer communication platform with a suite of integrated products for every team—including sales, marketing, product, and support.
Jakob Nielsen, Ph.D., is a User Advocate and principal of the Nielsen Norman Group which he co-founded with Dr. Donald A. Norman (former VP of research at Apple Computer). Dr. Nielsen established the "discount usability engineering" movement for fast and cheap improvements of user interfaces and has invented several usability methods, including heuristic evaluation. He holds 79 United States patents, mainly on ways of making the Internet easier to use.
Jessica Enders has suffered from a life-long condition known as a love of designing forms and applications. She is attempting to minimize the adverse symptoms by running her own form design business, Formulate Information Design.
LUXr delivers practical tools to entrepreneurs around the world.
American Author, Director of Transformation for Liquid Agency
Marty Neumeier is an American author and speaker who writes on the topics of brand, design, innovation, and creativity. He currently serves as Director of Transformation for Liquid Agency, a branding agency headquartered in San Jose, California.
Microsoft Developer is your resource for development tips, tricks, research, case studies...Everything you need to develop apps that users love.
A Certified B Corporation and one of Illinois’ first legal Benefit Corporations, Mightybytes is a digital firm committed to creating positive environmental and social change while providing unparalleled support to their clients.
Punchcut is a design company working at the forefront to define the future of our digital world. They work with the world's top companies to envision, design and realize next generation digital products and services that engage customers and transform businesses in a connected world.
Design Expert, Author
Theresa Neil is an international design expert based in Austin Texas. She is passionate about making products that look good and work well. Her top selling O'Reilly books, Designing Web Interfaces, co-authored with Bill Scott, and the Mobile Design Pattern Gallery have helped thousands of IT professionals advance their design skills and create better experiences.
Business Architect, Service Designer and Project Manager
Tim Manning is a freelance Business Architect, Service Designer and Project Manager, with over 25 years experience in systems engineering and business transformation, the last 15 of which have focused on service design and improvement. Tim is based in the UK.
Business Design Consultancy
"We combine the strategy and organizational strength of a consulting firm with the creative power of a design studio."
The principles of Zen aesthetics found in the art of the traditional Japanese garden, for example, have many lessons for us, though they are unknown to most people.