This podcast is episode 6 of 6 recorded at Interact London 2016Sarah Doody joined us to talk about anticipatory design. What if we didn’t need to find and search through information to help us make decisions. What if instead, information came to us at the right time and with the right context? Interview with @sarahdoody at #interactLDN […]
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This podcast is episode 5 of 6 recorded at Interact London 2016Leo Frishberg ended day 1 at Interact London with a talk about artefacts from the future. With the future arriving faster than we can create it, how can an innovator stay ahead? What’s the difference between a prototype and an artefact from the future? Interview with […]
This podcast is episode 4 of 6 recorded at Interact London 2016Pamela Pavliscak joined us right after her day 2 keynote to talk to us about when your internet things know how you feel. We talk about recognising and utilising emotions as part of a more connected world. What will happen when machines can know how […]
This podcast is episode 3 of 6 recorded at Interact London 2016Professor Andrea Resmini is holding a presentation called Mapping cross channel ecosystems. Ahead of his talk, we get him to explain what this is and what it means for us as designers and the organisations we work with. Interview with @resmini at #interactLDN – […]
This podcast is episode 2 of 6 recorded at Interact London 2016Daniel Harvey talked about chatbots and AI and how we are heading for a future where appstores are going to be replaced by botstores. Conversation is the command line of tomorrow. Interview with @dancharvey on day 1 of #interactLDN – Conversation is the command line […]
This podcast is episode 1 of 6 recorded at Interact London 2016Lou Rosenfeld opened day one at Interact London 2016 with Designing a better you. Just as much a group activity as keynote – but it was a great way to kick off the conference. Interview with @louisrosenfeld on day 1 of #interactLDN – Designing a […]
This podcast is episode 11 of 11 recorded at UXLx 2016Alan Cooper was the closing keynote on the speaker day at UXLx 2016. Alan hasn’t made so many public appearances in recent years, concentrating instead on running Monkey Ranch – his farmstead in the hills of Petaluma, California. His keynote took us all a bit by […]
This podcast is episode 10 of 11 recorded at UXLx 2016We live in a bit of a western-world UX-bubble. Stephanie Rieger joined us to give us a glimpse into how things are in Asia. Amongst other things we talk about social media as an eCommerce platform and the dominance of market places.
This podcast is episode 9 of 11 recorded at UXLx 2016Sophia Voychehovski joined us to talk about the concept of Object Oriented UX. Its relationship to object oriented programming and what benefits it can give us when designing. Sophia held both a full day and a half day workshop around the topic at UXLx 2016.
This podcast is episode 8 of 11 recorded at UXLx 2016We found ourselves chatting to Melissa Perri and to UXLx attendee Evgenia Grinblo separately about similar topics. So, we gathered them into a room together and pressed record. During our conversation we discussed the education gap and the challenge of progressing from junior to senior to […]
This podcast is episode 7 of 11 recorded at UXLx 2016We sat down in Room 4 at UXLx to chat to Chris Noessel and Denise Jacobs about creativity. Which was a topic shared by both their keynote presentations on the speaker day here at the conference. Why is creativity so important? Interview with @chrisnoessel & @denisejacobs […]
This podcast is episode 6 of 11 recorded at UXLx 2016Straight after Alan Cooper finished what some of us are calling his “I had a dream” speech, we were joined by UXLx attendee Hugo Froes to reflect upon and summarise a day of excellent talks and keynotes here in Lisbon.
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