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The Web Design Usability Series is supported by join.me , an easy way to instantly share your screen with anyone. join.me lets you collaborate on-the-fly, put your heads together super-fast and even just show off. Over the last few weeks, we've gathered together some great resources and information on constructing amazing user interfaces . Here, we'll take a closer look at 10 beautiful interfaces — five for the web and five for mobile — that you can use as reference points in your own design. We'll start things off by taking a look at five inspiring websites and applications — what works and what could use a little improvement. Then, we'll have a look at five great mobile applications for iOS whose interfaces are impressive and inspiring. Series Supported by join.me
Posted by Shelly Kramer on August 1, 2011 · 11 Comments Savvy architects and other professionals are using the Internet and social media as a way to drive brand awareness, connect with people with similar passions and to do what all business owners seek – attract leads and clients. At a recent Kansas City AIA Chapter meeting, I gave a presentation on social media with Cindy Frewen , an architect, educator, blogger, Twitter personality and fellow Kansas City dweller. Cindy is nothing short of fantastic.
Recently, the Pivot Conference team set out to learn more about the state of social advertising and the future ahead by conducting an industry survey of 230 brand managers, executives, and marketing professionals. We will release the full report during the week of July 25th. Not all of the insights we learned will make it into the final report.