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The Experience Design team would like to remind IEEE webmasters to update the copyright year in website footers from 2016 to 2017. Visit the IEEE Global Page Element and Branding Requirements section for further footer requirements
February 18 was celebrated as World IA Day. This is a one-day annual celebration focused on telling stories of information being architected by everyone from teachers to business owners; technologists to artists; designers to product managers. Visit the World IA Day site for links to world-wide activities and events, both online and “real world.”
The Experience Design Team partners semi-annually with the Strategic Research Team in Corporate Activities to conduct the Use of Internet Survey with IEEE members and non-members with potential interest in IEEE content. The goal of the survey is to understand technology professionals’ general use of the internet, social media, and mobile applications, as well as […]
The Experience Design Team (ExD) team works with IEEE stakeholders to provide both digital and print-based solutions for IEEE-branded projects. Site Reviews ExD has an easy, free, regular process for reviewing both new-build and re-designed IEEE websites to ensure that the creative design, brand implementation, accessibility, information architecture, functionality, and content are of “unmistakably IEEE […]
Based on feedback from across the organization on the current corporate PowerPoint presentation template, the Experience Design team has revised the template in the hopes of better serving organizational presentation needs. The goals of the new template are to: Offer a more attractive design aesthetic that better represents the IEEE brand Improve usability and flexibility […]
What is the 3-click rule? In a nutshell, it says that if users can’t find what they’re looking for after three clicks, they’re likely to become frustrated and leave the site. This common misconception is affecting how we design websites with a good user experience. Getting to relevant content with as few clicks as possible […]