Re-reading Matthew Linderman's and Jason Fried's Defensive Design during the last weeks lead to the decision to re-illustrate one of my classroom presentations with completely new screenshots.
May 2010 Archives
As I said: Flooding SlideShare ;)
Graham Brown is virtually flooding SlideShare since he began to accelerate his Youth Research Partners venture.
Sebastian Deterding on "stuff [he] learned as project lead of the social networking site du-machst.de how to introduce e-participation and web 2.0 culture in a government context."
Many more slides from Tim Leberecht to illustrate his 7 principles:
1. Listen and converse (converge)
Information is Beautiful had this great visualization of colors in cultures they did with always with honor in late April.
Bram Pitoyo loves fonts. Typography. No wonder. The subtitle of his website reads "Works at the intersection of user experience, architecture & typography."
Erin Malone's opening keynote for the German IA Konferenz held in Cologne, Germany May 14 and 15, 2010.
Amazon UK and Germany hint at a new edition due this October/ November. O'Reilly already opened a new catalog page. Looking forward to the refresh/ refurbishment.
Until then, make sure to get a copy of the 2005 classic of Designing Interfaces by Jenifer Tidwell. Support this blog and order via the Amazon widgets below.
Matt Dickman gave a presentation to the marketing managers from SGA disclosing the future of marketing (once again).
A long workshop presentation - containing 212 slides - by Kelly Goto from gotomedia and Anthony Franco from effectiveUI, Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco 2010.
A Microsoft concept video. Computational surfaces. Touch. Location. Smartphones and smartdevices.
Jason Grigsby at Web 2.0 Expo: "Get me a mobile strategy or you're fired!"
My notion 2 years ago: "Fun for the Apple WWDC Monday or serious thoughts on Human Computer Interaction to be combined with the multi-touch movement?"
A frog day - raining - digging out another classical presentation from last year's LIFT and Fabio Sergio.
Digging out classical presentations - 11 months ago Tim Leberecht talked about transforming the CMO role from Chief Marketing Officer to Chief Meaning Officer at NEXT.