Lisa Welchman was the opening speaker on the conference day of UXLx 2015. She posed the question Are we Architecting the Information Age? We talk to her about our responsibility as designers and creators of digital products, services and information and our need to take a holistic view and have the confidence to stand up for what we know we should be doing digitally.
We talk to Adrian about what user story mapping is, how it can be used, how it can be “sliced” in different ways to provide different information.
Just before they magic themselves off to the airport we sat down with Josh Clark and Stephen Hay. Josh was closing keynote speaker at UXLx 2015 with his talk Magical UX and the Internet of Things. Stephen held a day 1 workshop – Responsive Design Workflow as well as a conference day talk entitled The Art of Deception.
We talked to Nicole Fenton at UXLx 2015. Nicole is an editor, writer, content strategist. During her career she’s worked with companies such as Apple and Facebook. Words are her thing and she cares about them passionately. We talk to her about content, conversations and being iterative with your words.
We talked to Alastair Somerville at UXLx 2015. Alastair is a specialist in sensory cognition and accessibility and held a workshop on day one called Designing wearable experiences. Amongst other things we chat about sensory experiences and about how accessibility settings can help us deal with cognitive load.
That’s it. it’s all over. Time to board the aeroplane and head back to Stockholm. It’s been a fun and intensive 3 days of conferencing, including 6 podcasts recorded on location. In this final show from UXLx we chat a bit about the conference day yesterday and also look back on the conference as a whole.(Listening time 16 minutes)
It’s just before lunch on day 2 of UXLx 2013 and we were lucky enough to grab a few minutes of Luke Wroblewski‘s time right after his morning workshop Organizing Mobile Web Experiences. We chat about device proliferation, device ergonomics and some of the other challenges heading our way.(Listening time 13 minutes)
- Luke’s presentaton: Organizing mobile web experiences