Articles by David Hendee

David Hendee

David Hendee

Asian Art Museum Named Finalist for International Design Communication Awards

Congratulations to our good friends at the Asian Art Museum, who have been named as finalists in two categories at this year’s International Design Communication Awards: “Best Exhibition Communication” for their Lost Warrior campaign and “Best Web Site” for their new web site, designed and developed by Carbon Five.

David Hendee

David Hendee

Just Launched: SFMOMA 2012 Annual Report

Carbon Five is proud to announce the launch of our latest collaboration with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The SFMOMA 2012 Annual Report is a primary channel the museum uses to communicate with its donor base, and Carbon Five was thrilled to be asked to design, develop and deliver this engaging piece of

David Hendee

David Hendee

Coming Soon: Lane Halley at Silicon Beach Fest 2013

We’re super psyched that Lean UX guru and Carbon Five designer extraordinaire Lane Halley is speaking at this year’s Silicon Beach Fest, held in Santa Monica from June 19 – 22. Lane will participate in a Lean UX panel, with Jaime R. Levy from JLR Interactive, and Chris Chandler from Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

David Hendee

David Hendee

Meet up with Carbon Five at SXSW 2013

It’s that time of year again. Mike, Don, Christian, Erik, and David will be in Austin for SXSW Interactive from Friday, March 8th through Monday, March 11th. If you’re in town, shoot us an email so we can meet up for a slab of ribs or a snort of whiskey. Our own Christian Nelson will

David Hendee

David Hendee

UX Recipe: Developer Wireframe Walkthrough

This is the first in a series of posts highlighting Lean UX practices at Carbon Five. They are presented as ‘recipes’ for you try out for yourself, then alter them to make them your own. While more and more of our clients are engaging us in full-service design/build projects, we still enjoy working with outside

David Hendee

David Hendee

Carbon Five’s Collaborative Design Workbook Remixed

We’d like to thank Made by Many, some new friends we made at SXSW, for trying out the Carbon Five’s Collaborative Design Workbook. Here’s their take on design thinking for lean startups: MDW4 – Tim Malbon – Make Something from Boulder Digital Works on Vimeo. They’ve added a few twists of their own (plus the

David Hendee

David Hendee

Collaborative Design Workbook

This year a handfull of folks from Carbon Five went to South by Southwest. Christian, Mike and Rudy were scheduled to present, but a couple of us newbies were worried we wouldn’t have anything constructive to do at the conference. We’ve all been inspired recently by design thinking and how the activities can provide insights

David Hendee

David Hendee

World Wide Web Now Carbon Five Compliant

Yesterday, the W3C unveiled the official HTML5 logo and we at Carbon Five couldn’t help notice a flattering similarity: It’s taken more than 10 years, but it’s nice to know the Internet has finally caught up with us. Does this mean we don’t have to support IE8?

David Hendee

David Hendee

Design Thinking Bootcamp Experience Report

With all the talk here at Carbon Five about integrating design thinking in to our projects, we realized it was time to take action. The best way to help our software development teams develop an understanding of what it means to practice design thinking was to simply do it. We decided to use the d.school’s

David Hendee

David Hendee

Bootcamp Bootleg Book Club

One of the rituals we have at Carbon Five is a weekly brown bag book club. We typically discuss technical books or have guest speakers come and chat. Recently we’ve introduced design-related topics to the mix and last week we read and discussed the d.school Bootcamp Bootleg. It’s a deep dive into design modes (high-level

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