In this podcast, Chris Baum speaks with Donna Spencer, Lynne Polischuik, Justin Davis and Erin Jo Richey at the 2012 IA Summit about their panel discussion: “Taking the plunge: Diving into Indie UX.” They share practical and personal experience of being an indie designer.
The Interaction 10 program has been announced, including an interesting mix of noted keynote speakers, industry experts, and interactive sessions. Jen Bove gives us a rundown of how they’ve put the program together.
The speakers and experiences of Interaction 10
In this podcast, Chris Baum talks
with Bill DeRouchey about how
Interaction 10 is being redesigned based on lessons from previous
IxDA's conference brings a fresh program back to Savannah in 2010
In preparation for IDEA 2009, Russ talks to Thomas Malaby about his experiences working in Second Life and the future of virtual worlds.
Living a Second Life in Online Worlds
In preparation for IDEA 2009, Russ talks to Leisa Reichelt about her experience designing for Drupal 7, how to design in open source and cross-cultural environments, and how she recharges her design work with art and family.
Will Evans stalked and captured Erin Malone, Christian Crumlish, and Lucas Pettinati to talk about design patterns, pattern libraries, styleguides, and innovation.
An Interview with Erin Malone, Christian Crumlish, and Lucas Pettinati
Where the seams of information and public space overlap and intersect, Elliott Malkin creates projects that span genres from religion to natural science. Malkin talks to us as a preview to his upcoming IDEA conference talk.
User Experience (UX) Week was held in San Francisco, CA from August 12 – 15. Boxes and Arrows, in co-operation with Adaptive Path, interviewed some of the great speakers for your design listening enjoyment.
Conversations with Presenters at Adaptive Path's UX Week
We all need context to better understand how to react to environments. Andrew Hinton thinks deeply about how context pertains to a world where architecture is
not made of tangible objects. He shares some of these thoughts with Russ Unger.
Indi Young talks about the power of the mental model and how it can grow over time and help your organization avoid strategic blindspots. The story includes an excerpt of her new book, and B&A readers are elegible for a discount.
An Interview With Indi Young