Most designers will soon be asked to design transitions. Greg Nudelman helps us prepare by examining the principles behind a good animation, showing how to sketch them out, and explaining how to document them effectively for development.

September 27th, 2010

The Stranger’s Long Neck

Gerry McGovern discusses the importance of task management

In this B&A podcast, Jeff Parks speaks with Gerry McGovern about the thinking that went into his new book. They discuss customers as strangers, the Long Neck, and task management — how to deliver and
measure what your customers want.

September 13th, 2010

So You Wanna Build a Library, Eh?

The Big Questions to Ask Before Building a Pattern or Component Library

[Book excerpt] Building a library isn’t trivial and may not be right for your organization. Nathan Curtis examines the questions you to ask before building a design library.

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!

April 23rd, 2010

IA Summit 10 – Day 1

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!

April 16th, 2010

IA Summit 10 – Whitney Hess Keynote

A Podcast from the IA Summit 2010 in Phoenix, AZ

In her closing Keynote at the 2010 IA Summit, Whitney Hess calls the UX community to charge outward with our shared mission and “cross the chasm” to real leadership.

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