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The IxDA Munich Survey 2013 Results!

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For the third year in a row, we’ve organized a survey for designers working in Munich and surrounding areas. We have collected and organized the results for you here. The survey is meant to give us all an idea of the salaries, working hours and general conditions of the job market in Munich. We also used the survey to learn more about what you think of IxDA Munich, and how we might improve it. If you’d like to add to the comments here, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Facts

Survey Period: ca. 1 month, end of 2013

Participants: 34

Location: mostly from Munich

Professionals: mostly interaction designers and usability experts.

Some highlights

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Download the full results of the survey here: IxDA_Munich_Survey_2013

The IxDA Munich Survey 2011 is published under Creative Commons 3.0: some rights reserved, you may reproduce, reblog and modify the content of this survey, but you must provide proper attribution. Link to http://www.ixdamunich.de

The IxDA Munich Survey 2013 is now open for business!

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Ladies and Gentlemen! We are very pleased to announce that we are launching the 2013 IxDA Munich survey today! It takes less than 6,5 minutes to complete. And what’s even better: it’s absolutely anonymous. So send in your answers lickety-split, and look forward to the numbers later in January 2014.

If you feel like you’re having déjà vu then you’re right! We’ve recycled last year’s questions (and most of this posting too) but nothing gets us nerdy types more excited than having comparable data. In the end would like to aggregate our ongoing sets year after year in order to get a bigger picture of how the Munich IxD community is growing.

If you consider yourself a part of the Munich IxD community you are invited to complete the online-survey here.

IxDA Munich January: Designing Impactful Experiences

Designing impactful experiences

AirBnb, Skype, Nintendo Wii, Netflix, Tata Nano,… Recent evolutions in technologies are fostering new services and experiences, which shake incumbent companies and business models. Of all contexts where this has happened, the most radical and disruptive is probably the African one. Despite the many challenges — dumbphones instead of smartphones, low literacy level, scarcity of PCs — we have seen innovation flourish in the past few years. Starting with the creation of services for underserved populations and niches of people who don’t use the typical or current solutions.

Showcasing some of the most innovative start-ups in the African continent, Franco will present some of challenges of designing products and services when driven by impact rather than features. He also reflected on the learnings and how these can be applied to user experience projects for products in European contexts.

 

Speaker

Franco Papeschi works at the Web Foundation, where he’s responsible for the Mobile Entrepreneurship Initiative. They have created labs (in Kenya, Ghana, Senegal) that are community catalysts, training centres and incubation hot-spots for creating social impact start-ups. Also, he’s one of the co-founders of Design Jams.

 

Details

When? Monday, January 13th, 2014, at 19:00.  Import IxDA Munich Calendar

Where? Sapient, Arnulfstraße 60, 80335 München

 

> Join here (free event) <

 

Sponsors

UserZoom is making Franco’s visit to Munich possible. UserZoom is Your All-in-One User Experience Software for online UX Research.

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Once again we would like to thank Sapient for supporting the local IxD community! Drinks and snacks will be provided.

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Find design jobs in Munich at the IxDA Job Board

 

 

 

4 Years IxDA Munich!

IxDA Munich Logo Birthday 4 years 650x600The IxDA Munich is celebrating its 4th year and we would like to thank all the members, meeting attendees and speakers for these years of learning and exchange! We would also like to take the opportunity to thank others and show you what we did together in the last year.

 

 

These are some of the all-time achievements:


  • 314 registered members on Linkedin (92 senior level, 69 entry, 41 freelancers, 27 managers, 25 directors)
  • 177 Facebook followers (and growing every day!)
  • 40 meetings (talks, workshops, book clubs, social evenings)
  • Members per meeting: usually between 10 and 50 participants
  • Since 2011 we invite the community to participate every December in the IxDA Munich Survey, the first totally open salary and work survey in the area


Meetings in the past 12 months:

  • The Great UX Debate with Stephan Riess, Stefan Dinter, Sebastian Fabre
  • UX Book Club with Susan Weinschenk
  • Fablab on Personal Manufacturing with Martin Geck
  • IxDA Session with Aarron Walter
  • Responsive Design with Sabine Berghaus
  • UX Book Club with Nathan Shedroff & Christopher Noessel
  • Circadian Selves with Josh Berson
  • Movie Evening at the Hochschule München
  • HUX with Claude Toussaint
  • Smell, Senses and Experience with Susanne Schmitt
  • Sustainable Behavior with Jan Köppen


Sponsors and meeting hosts in the past 12 months (thank you so much!):

  • Hochschule München
  • Designaffairs
  • Sapient Nitro
  • Reppa.net
  • You is Now
  • IDEO
  • Mediadesign Hochschule
  • UID
  • Push Conference
  • amiando / XING
  • UserZomm


This is the IxDA Munich team:

  • Alexis Brion
  • Sebastian Wendlandt
  • Robert Brauer
  • Rachel Simpson
  • +some other sporadic collaborators (thank you!)


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