Bucharest story of World Information Architecture continues with its third edition. The main theme of the event – how information architecture can positively influence the quality of the users interactions with smart, intuitive interfaces and interactions.
R/GA Bucharest is looking for two skilled senior front-end developers to join an already existing team working on a global tech brand project. This position requires both a mastery of the hands-on aspects of web interface engineering, as well as an ability to design solid front-end architecture.
R/GA Bucharest is looking for 5 great senior developers with extensive “hands on” experience with SiteCore platform. The project you’ll be will be working together with our colleagues in R/GA Stockholm is the global rolling out of 70 sites of the most admired Swedish brands, VOLVO.
R/GA Bucharest – a great bunch of gals and guys passionate about digital, loving to work and have fun together. This short story is about us-what we do, what we love, what kind of colleagues, we would like to bring on board
According to Ookla’s 2015 report, Romania ranks 1st in the top of broadband internet download speed in Europe. At global level, with a 69.62 Mbps, Romania has an honorable fourth place, following Singapore, Hong Kong and South Korea.
From Green to Magenta—third lesson learned at WIAD2015 Bucharest and is all about what it takes to create happy user experiences. A great real-life story from Grapefruit about information architecture, usability, content strategy and user experience.
My second lesson on happiness learned at WIAD2015 Bucharest has everything to do with digital content and how multiple personality brands fail to manage it. A story told by MakeSense team with humour and irony!
Tudor Muscalu and Eugen Erhan’s story shared @WIAD2015 Bucharest is the living proof of how success follows when you stay true to yourself. It’s all about how mixing authenticity, passion, persistence and talent brought FredoPid’jin international success.
We know great user experience are created through branding, content, functionality and usability. What we fail to realise is that when neglecting content, the chances to have a successful digital project decrease dramatically. Let’s see why this happens and what you can do to avoid such situations.