Back in February, it had 90000 views, but as of today, my slidecast (combination of slideshow with audio track) “Experience is the Product” has just passed 250000 views, making it the most popular slidecast on Slideshare (and the 7th most popular presentation). The next closest slidecast has 86000. I have no idea what so many [...]
In 2002, I wrote a lengthy response to Malcolm Gladwell’s New Yorker piece on The Social Life of Paper. Gladwell was addressing a recent book at the time, The Myth of the Paperless Office, and coming to the conclusion, with them, that all this gee-whiz computer technology is not leading to a paperless office, and [...]
I knew, going into 2008, it was going to be a liminal year for me. And, boy howdy, has it proven true! This year, I: had a book I co-wrote published got married (twice!) hired a CEO to steer the company I started oversaw the largest event Adaptive Path ever delivered had a child and, [...]
As I emerge from my new fatherhood cave, I’m heading to Cambridge, MA next week for Jared Spool’s UI 13 Conference. I’ll be around for a few days, and would love to catch up with local folks who want to talk experience design. I’m happy to visit companies, share presentations, or just shoot the bull!
I’m reading Do You Matter? How Great Design Will Make People Love Your Company. In theme and topic, it’s *very* similar to Subject to Change, which mostly makes me grateful that we published first. We also don’t reference Apple *nearly* as much as this book does, though I guess it may be excusable, because one [...]