The IA Summit was held in Phoenix, AZ from April 9-11. Boxes and Arrows captured many of the main conference sessions from Day 3, Sunday, April 11. These sessions cover subjects from beekeeping to urban IA to how companies finally arrive at an experience vision. Enjoy!
The IA Summit was held in Phoenix, AZ from April 9-11. Boxes and Arrows captured many of the main conference sessions from Day 2, Saturday, April 10. These sessions cover subjects from consulting vs. employee to principle and patterns to hacking UX in the organization. Enjoy!
Podcasts from the IA Summit 2010 in Phoenix, AZ
The IA Summit was held in Phoenix, AZ from April 9-11. Boxes and Arrows captured many of the main conference sessions from Day 1, Friday, April 9. Enjoy!
Finding the holistic solution
How does Agile work effectively when redesigning a site? James Kelway uses case studies as starting points to explore how Agile and UCD can work together during wholesale redesigns.
Tools to enable simple online collaboration of design and distribution of usability testing
Patrick Stapleton is the ultimate remote collaborator, working with teams and end users all over the world. He shares with us some tools and techniques that help him “stay in the game.”
Social and Experience Design: Inspired Ideas, Practical Outcomes
The IDEA Conference took place in Toronto on September 15-16. Expand your practice by absorbing the best thinking on Social Experience Design. Brought to you in cooperation with the IA Institute.
Talking down a hostage-taker requires extraordinary empathy and close attention to communication patterns. Bryan McClain and Demetrius Madrigal of ActiveComm Labs show us how we can apply these skills when conducting user research.
How a storytelling method can help unify teams and create better products
A screenwriter has a compass that can guide him through the writing process. Cindy Chastain chronicles how we can translate this approach to help us remember the quality and value of the experience.
Coming to a city near you
With their interesting approach and engaging format, UX Book Clubs are sprouting up all over the globe. Steve
Baty tells us about their genesis, the structure, and how the approach
encourages new learning and
The responsibility of design in an ever-uncertain future
Whitney Hess reflects on the IxDA’s Interaction 09 conference, held in Vancouver in February 2009.
She examines the resonance of
the ideas and the reactions of the community.