The Design gallery section showcases excellent design at IBM and the designers who are responsible for it. The section focuses on offerings in each of five categories -- software, systems, Open Rich Internet Application (RIA) technologies, services, and research -- and lets teams describe why they think the offering they delivered is a cut above the rest. For a full list of design videos visit our YouTube channel.
IBM Content Analytics - Finding the haystack and the needle: How an IBM team created a highly visual interface to help users explore content in a whole new way.
Jazz provides the foundation for navigating between web applications in an integrated, collaborative, lifecycle management environment.
DB2 pureScale: IBM achieves a quick and easy up-and-running experience for a powerful database solution that integrates several products in a clustered environment.
The completely redesigned IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 lets you set up online meetings quickly and lets everyone participate easily, so you can all collaborate effectively.
IBM Lotus Connections 2.5 designers tell the story about how they created its exemplary user experience.
Business Space powered by WebSphere. Rather than pushing paper, businesses can now make use of Web 2.0 to expedite their business processes and bring decreased time to value for their customers.
IBM iNotes ultra-light helps busy executives maintain telephone and e-mail contact with colleagues and have access to their calendars at all times.
Rational Asset Manager is a repository that promotes asset reuse, thereby saving time and effort and promoting consistency and quality.
Lotus Notes 8 began with a challenge: Take a successful product that has millions of devoted users around the planet and make it even better.
Microprocessor Installation and Removal Tool: IBM Human Factors team designs a new processor handling tool that significantly reduces socket damage on System x servers.
The IBM® z/OS® Management Facility (z/OSMF) team brings mainframes into the 21st century.
Some people shop for pleasure and some for necessity only. For individuals with disabilities shopping can be challenging. Read about how IBM has designed accessible self-checkout solutions that satisfy the unique needs of retailers in multiple geographies.
The BladeCenter project, the transformation of an existing system for a new market, became an opportunity to redesign the whole user experience.
Maqetta Mobile Authoring - Easily design your HTML5 user interfaces, using drag-and-drop visual templates in your web browser.
IBM is making significant contributions to open rich application technologies. Read about the latest contribution, EnhancedGrid and its stellar design.
IBM Interactive's exceptional user experience design for flight planning, check-in and flight status, launched the Air Canada iPhone application's trajectory to quickly achieving top ranking in the iTunes store.
The story behind the museum on the Web illustrates the outstanding outcome that resulted from a remarkably close collaboration between a client's team and an IBM User Experience team.
Access My N.Y.C. - Web-based application makes points of interest and transportation options in New York City accessible to everyone.
IBM Self-Service travel kiosks in designing for accessibility resulted in enhanced layered audio assistance and other features which represents an excellent example of "Usable Access".
The Beehive, designed to help IBMers address relationship building and people-sensemaking challenges, has 33,000 users buzzing.
The Momail project, an early study of e-mail access on a mobile device, has had important implications for collaboration tools and widget design.