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Exemples de Pages Fans Facebook, Trucs et Astuces *** Veuillez noter que depuis le mois de mars 2011, les pages Fan Facebook ne supportent plus l’application Static FBML. Consultez le lien suivant si vous désirez apprendre comment créer une application Facebook pour personnaliser votre page fan. *** Article présenté par… Cet article vous est fièrement présenté par notre entreprise de création de sites web pour PME au Québec Guerilla Web. Les pages fan de Facebook sont extrêmement intéressantes pour les compagnies puisqu’elles leur permettent une grande visibilité sur le web et leur permettent également d’interagir avec leurs clients. La tâche facile : Installer une page fan Facebook. Vous trouverez, dans le billet suivant, 10 trucs et astuces Facebook afin d’ajouter ou d’améliorer des fonctionnalités sur une page fan ainsi qu’une superbe liste inspirante d’exemples de pages fans Facebook. N.B. Si vous avez d’autres trucs ou pages inspirantes à partager avec nous, n’hésitez pas à les écrire dans la section de commentaires! Le code: Le code:

Carl Liu No Solo Usabilidad : Revista de Diseño Web Centrado en el Usuario Tools | Social Creatives Social Creatives The Creative Activist Toolkit Featured, Tools This simple guide - The Creative Activist Toolkit - takes you step-by-step through the beginning stages of social innovation and helps you avoid common mistakes. TOOLKIT: Pitch Template – PowerPoint Tools Use this handy template to create a presentation for your perfect pitch. TOOLKIT: Pitch Template – Keynote Use this handy template to create a presentation for your perfect pitch. TOOLKIT: Perfect Your Pitch How to pitch your project like a pro to get funding and support. TOOLKIT: The Tao of MacGyver MacGyver has lots to teach us about how to solve problems. TOOLKIT: Message with SUCCESs Storytelling is an art as well as a science. TOOLKIT: Make It Count How to measure social impact and demonstrate that you've truly made a difference. TOOLKIT: Glorified Press Releases Want to get noticed? TOOLKIT: Project Profiles How to create a simple video that introduces your project and social innovation to the world. TOOLKIT: Root Causes Analysis

Design a Presentation | Extreme Presentation Method This part of the website provides a quick guide for creating your own presentation from scratch, or improving an existing one, using the 10-step Extreme Presentation(tm) method. It is designed primarily for people who have already taken the Extreme Presentation workshop or read the book Advanced Presentations by Design. If you have done neither of these, we recommend that you at least read the book, but even if you don't, you should still find useful guidance here. Before you begin, you may wish to download a pdf file of the Extreme Presentation Method overview and print it out. The Extreme Presentation method takes a marketing approach to presentation design: focusing on how to “sell” your ideas to your audience. The circle in the center of the Extreme Presentation method diagram, with the word “impact” in it, indicates that the entire purpose of the method is to ensure that you have impact on your audience. There are two steps in each of the five elements, for a total of ten steps.

Tutoriel méthode des 5S au bureau | Le manageur sportif Très connue dans le monde industriel, la méthode des 5S qui nous vient du japon permet de créer de l’ordre au bureau comme à la maison. Cette méthode permet : D’éliminer le temps perdu à chercher les objetsDe libérer de la place D’améliorer notre efficacitéD’inspirer confianceD’avoir une meilleure qualité de vie Dans cet article je vais présenter comment cette méthode fonctionne, mais surtout comment l’utiliser ! Le nom « 5S » provient des initiales de 5 mots japonais pour 5 principes à suivre : Éliminer, Ranger, Nettoyer et inspecter, Standardiser, Respecter ce standard et progresser. Avant de passer au tutoriel pour utiliser cette méthode, voyons en détail tous les avantages qu’elle peut nous procurer : – Eliminer le temps perdu à chercher les objets Combien de fois par jour nous arrive-t-il de chercher des objets qui ont « disparu » ? Avec un environnement dégagé d’objets inutiles vous aurez un accès facile aux rangements que vous aurez vous-même mis en place. – Améliorer l’efficacité :

Design Industriel: Processus de design Une firme de design industriel peut réaliser divers projets. En général, le processus de design comporte 5 étapes que l'on appelle itératives, ce qui veut dire qu'un concept peut être recommencé à la fin du processus afin d'améliorer la solution proposée au départ. Étape 1: les études en amont Analyse du produit de référence et des normes applicablesAnalyse des produits concurrents et analogues, des brevetsAnalyse ergonomiqueAnalyse des technologies exploitables et transférablesEnquête auprès des utilisateurs (profil du consommateur, besoin, etc.)Résultat de cette étape : rédaction d'un cahier des charges. Le cahier des charges comporte la description détaillée de la problématique sous forme de critères et précise l'intervention attendue du designer. Étape 2 : phase de créationCette phase du processus comporte plusieurs étapes : Recherche créative : production d'une série d'idées dans lesquelles des directions seront identifiées. Étape 4 : phase de réalisation Étape 5 : commercialisation

In order for UX to achieve it’s potential, we need to reframe it as... Photo Highlights from MoMA’s Survey of 20th Century Design for Kids At the turn of the last century, Ellen Key, a Swedish social theorist, design reformer, and key figure in the Modern Breakthrough movement, predicted that the next 100 years would be the century of the child. In an enchanting exhibition of the same name, the Museum of Modern Art presents a survey of design for children named after Key’s incredibly influential book that inadvertently became a call to action challenging designers the world over to encourage imagination. As the exhibition catalogue states, “working specifically for children has often provided unique freedom and creativity to the avant-garde.” MoMA’s ambitious show is a stunning representation of the invention of childhood and the design it inspired. Child’s wheelbarrow by Gerrit Rietveld, 1923, manufactured 1958 Image credit: The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Strategies to encourage audience participation Is your audience asleep, checking email or just checking out 10-20 minutes into your presentation? They might be more alert if you let them participate. As a speaker, I’ve found that it’s more fun for my audience – and for me – when my presentations have audience participation. Brain science tells us that audiences can only pay attention for 10-20 minutes before they need a mental break. People also learn more when they participate. Following are some methods I’ve found the most useful. 1. Some speakers fear their audience. 2. When your presentation starts and you ask people questions, they will be hesitant to answer. 3. Rather than telling the audience things, create situations where they have to guess. For instance, if you’re presenting the results of some research showing that PowerPoint makes a presenter more persuasive, don’t just blurt out the numbers. Show them the number when the speaker doesn’t use PowerPoint, then ask them “how many think PowerPoint makes you more effective? 4.

Le manageur sportif Daily Sketches from Industrial Designer, Spencer Nugent - Page 3 Papermate Flair Pen and Copic Markers on Bond Paper Journey from Software Development to User Experience Deborah’s speech inspired me so much that I then realized UX is wrongfully associated with the “UI”. It should be declared as a crime and cops should issue a ticket when someone says “UX/UI”. IT IS NOT ACCURATE. It is like “Father/Son”. At that time I do not have any “sketching” experience, and it is not hard to learn, anyone can sketch if they know how to sketch the circle, triangle, square, rectangle and squiggly lines. What I did here? Let’s clarify some bits related to UX: UX is not UIUX is the name of the whole package: Information Architect, Interaction Design, Visual Design, Content Strategy, User Research (very important bit)UX stands for User Experience which means …experience beyond that big/small screen. And here are the steps I start following and I hope it will help you too: Craft your own — If you are annoyed from the experience of any web-app, mobile app, or any product, create the rough prototype of the desired experience and share it with your friends/family.

"I Draw Pictures All Day" Advertisement “So, you do nothing all day.” That’s how many people would respond to someone who says they spend the day with a pen or pencil in their hand. But for us designers and artists, drawing pictures all day is integral to our process and to who we are as creative people, and despite the idea that those who doodle waste time, we still get our work done. What does it mean to be a doodler, to draw pictures all day? What Does It Mean To Doodle? The dictionary defines “doodle” as a verb (“scribble absentmindedly”) and as a noun (“a rough drawing made absentmindedly”). But the author Sunni Brown offers my favorite definition of “doodle” in her TED talk, “Doodlers, unite!” “In the 17th century, a doodle was a simpleton or a fool, as in “Yankee Doodle.” It is no wonder, then, why most people do not have great expectations of those who “draw pictures all day.” Why Do We Doodle? Consider that even before a child can speak, they can draw pictures. An example of a doodle. Visual Learners

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