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9 September 2010

Finsia unveils new strategic direction and brand identity

With over 16,000 members, Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia) is a peak body representing the representing professionals across the entire financial services industry in Australia and New Zealand.

Finsia’s new strategic direction includes a world-first credential program, a points-based post nominal system and mentoring and leadership programs to raise industry standards, advance careers and strengthen the future of financial services.

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  Engagement

7 September 2010

BOOK REVIEW: Do you matter?

Do you matter? How great design will make people love your company

Why is it that millions of people would fall into deep depression if Apple closed its doors tomorrow – yet barely notice if most of the other brands they buy on a regular basis disappeared in a puff of smoke?

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  Experience

7 September 2010

User Experience (UX) Week 2010

Billed as the premier user experience conference – promising fun times, inspiring sessions and roll-up-your-sleeves workshops – UX Week 2010 was an event that everyone serious about the customer experience should attend.

So we shipped our resident Senior Experience Architect, Zafer Bilda, off to San Fransisco for the last week of August – where he would pick up some valuable ideas whilst rubbing shoulders with the who’s who of the design and UX world.

Here, he shares his experience.

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  Engagement

12 August 2010

We’re finding out what it’s really like to be a Systems Administrator in Australia

Over the past few weeks, the team at Bienalto has been busily coordinating a nationwide survey of System Administrators on behalf of Frontline Systems.

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  Case StudiesEngagement

5 August 2010

Engineers Australia announces the idea to be made so

After months helping Engineers Australia run its Make it so campaign (www.makeitso.org.au), we were as keen as anyone to learn which idea has been selected to be made so. The selected idea was announced in early August following a lengthy judging process – and what a worthy idea it was.

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