Coming in November is the third installment of our successful and well-loved UX Intensive event, taking place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 12-15. In this workshop, you are taught by leaders in their fields: Brandon Schauer — Design Strategy Todd Wilkens — Design Research Dan Saffer — Interaction Design Chiara Fox — Information Architecture [...]
My Adaptive Path colleague Rachel Hinman just published an essay on our site titled Demystifying Data Analysis. She’s addressing what it takes to make sense of the data you’ve gathered after conducting user research — you’ve got transcripts, interviews, photographs, diaries, notes, and the like… now what? She clearly articulates how to see your way [...]
Daniel Clowes, probably still my favorite comics artist, has begun a new story for The New York Times’ Funny Pages, Titled Mister Wonderful (PDF). In reading the first installment, I realized the setting was none other than Gaylord’s, quite possibly Oakland’s best coffeehouse, and also Dan Clowes local haunt (I’ve seen him on Piedmont Ave, [...]
Congrats to the Satisfaction team for the launch of their new service. (Lane Becker, whom I used to work with, toils there now.) The home page for Satisfaction (which in part looks like this:) I suspect might have been inspired by an old Adaptive Path favorite, the (since redesigned) home page for Hay Net, a [...]
Sign up by Friday September 14 to receive the discounted registration price for MX East. Use promotional code FOPM and you’ll receive 15% off registration, and I will buy you a dinner. We’ve got an amazing lineup (Google, The New York Times, IDEO, Mayo Clinic, and more).
I’ve been remiss in pimping IDEA 2007, the conference I’ve programmed, taking place 4-5 October in New York City. Last year’s IDEA was a remarkable experience for me, establishing a new event and catalyzing, I hope, a new community. This year continues that with a selection of speakers addressing a wide range of approaches within [...]