Adaptive Path’s “MX San Francisco”:http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2008/apr/: Managing Experience through Creative Leadership took place in San Francisco between April 20-22. The conference focused on helping managers and designers deal with the complexity, challenges, and opportunities that make every day so entertaining.
Jeff Parks and Chris Baum sat down with several of the conference speakers and organizers to further examine the issues that the sessions revealed.
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Creating the Next iPod – Cordell Ratzlaff
I had the pleasure of speaking with Cordell Ratzlaff about his presentation “Creating the next iPod”. Cordell is leading product design for Cisco’s voice, video, and web collaboration products. We discuss the necessity of creating a great corporate culture in order to create great products.
Interactions and Relationships – Richard Anderson
Chris Baum, editor-in-chief for Boxes and Arrows sits down with editor-in-chief for Interactions Magazine, Richard Anderson at MX San Francisco to discuss the different techniques, and skill sets it takes to develop and publish to the IA and UX communities.
New Interactions: Enlightened Trial and Error – Björn Hartmann
Björn Hartmann and I discuss his presentation entitled New Interactions: Enlightened Trial And Error. and how he is leading work in design tools for pervasive computing, sensor based interactions, and design by modifications. Björn is a PhD candidate in Human Computer Interaction at Stanford University and Editor-in-Chief of Ambidextrous magazine, Stanford’s Journal of Design.
Chocolate and User Experience – Michael Recchiuti
Michael Recchiuti talks about the experience of making chocolate and how different flavors inspire new creations for the business and his customers. Looking at different professions outside of the web world in which most UX practitioners work can inspire innovation and creativity.
Round Table Discussion with Adaptive Path and Boxes and Arrows – Chris Baum, Brandon Schauer, Sarah Nelson, Henning Fischer, and Ryan Freitas
We start with a mash-up of these brief interviews followed by a round table discussion with editor-in-cheif at Boxes and Arrows Chris Baum, and four members of the Adaptive Path team including Brandon Schauer, Henning Fischer, Sarah Nelson, and Ryan Freitas about these comments and their own impressions of MX.
Thanks to “Adaptive Path”:http://www.adaptivepath.com/ for sponsoring these podcasts.