HIDC San Francisco speaker Nick Myers of Fitbit weighs in on designing for wearable tech, and his experience working on the edge of technology.
In the era of apps, Monument Valley stands out for its magical, ethereal environments and M.C. Esher-like designs. It's beauty worth playing.
Interactive icon Scott Snibbe on collaborating with musicians, why film is important - and his latest project, Eyegroove.
Designing New York City’s wayfinding "infostructure" demands a delicate balance of user needs - while maintaining the integrity of public space.
Developer Catherine Farman of Happy Cog on her passion for teaching and mentoring through Girl Develop It, who's inspiring her these days and why designer/developer collaboration is crucial to good design. Catch Catherine at HIDC Chicago, October 19-21.
What is agile design? This Expert Guide excerpt compares waterfall and agile methodologies to reveal why releasing early can be so beneficial to a sound design process.
If you work on interactive projects, the HOW Interactive Design Conference was designed with you in mind. Sharpen your web skills and be inspired by the best in the business. Register by September 30th to save!
We've added the best creativity experts from HOW Design Live to the HIDC program in Chicago and San Francisco—sure to help you uncover new creative power.
We've refined our 2014 program to include web design AND creativity experts. It's a little HOW Design Live in your interactive programming at HIDC.
It's never been easier to park your smart car on San Francisco streets! Check out Print's app review of Smart Spots, an app by design firm, Hub Strategy.