Guest post by Gabe Medina Gabe joined us on-air during our 7th listener phone-in earlier this year and talked to us about the challenges of being brought in to the process too late, towards the end rather than the beginning – stopping you from following the process you’ve learned to perform.
We don’t generally have a problem considering objects from the past. Speculating about what they are and how they might have been used. We could look at artefacts from the future in a similar manner. We talk to Leo Frishberg about presumptive design and how you can use that as a provocative design research tool. How […]
Sarah 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 2016 – Anticipatory design & the invisible interface https://t.co/mkRLAToHAg — UX […]
Leo 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 @leofrish at #interactLDN 2016 – Artifacts From the Future https://t.co/28pXR3LCi8 — […]
Pamela 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 we feel? Interview with @paminthelab at #interactLDN 2016 – When Your […]
Professor 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 – Mapping cross channel ecosystem https://t.co/Djm4dK9PSz — UX Podcast (@uxpodcast) October 18, […]
Daniel 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 of tomorrow https://t.co/hzFggaoqJx — UX Podcast (@uxpodcast) October 18, 2016
Lou 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 better you https://t.co/rHm95IXnCO — UX Podcast (@uxpodcast) October 18, 2016
Donna Lichaw is the author of The User’s Journey. In the book Donna explains the idea of storymapping. How, when, and why to use narrative structure in your design work. During our chat we learn more about narrative structure, storymapping, “origin stories” and how brand stories and storymapping are connected. (Listening time: 36 minutes) Episode 140: Storymapping […]
Guest post by Jenny Reeves Episode 133 of UX podcast featuring Val Head is particularly fascinating because it brings the topic of animation, which is often seen as a distraction reminiscent of Flash, to the forefront as an important aspect of interaction design.
In part2 of our two part chat with Melissa Perri and Evgenia Grinblo about education and leadership, we ask why are we doing all this stuff? The importance of metrics, incentives and leadership. Caring about your team and keeping them on track.
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