virtual reality

#186 Augmented reality with Boon Sheridan

This podcast is episode 2 of 3 recorded at UXLx 2018

In the summer of 2016, Boon Sheridan started noticing people gathering outside his home, staring at their phones. Pokemon Go had launched and Boon’s converted church was a Gym. This was Boon’s introduction to the game and how it made use of Augmented Reality.

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#147 Listener phone-in (part 2)

This is part 2 of highlights from our 8th UX Podcast Listener phone-in.  On a dark December afternoon James, Per and Danwei gathered in Studio Axbom to chat and take calls from you, the listeners for a 2-hour live show.

We discuss living in a VR world, chatbots and suicide prevention, mentoring and getting into UX after your studies. Read More

#146 Listener phone-in (part 1)

James, Per and Danwei open the video channels for the 8th UX Podcast Listener phone-in. On a dark December afternoon gathered in Studio Axbom to chat and take calls from you, the listeners. This is part 1 of the highlights we’ve extracted the 2-hour live session.

We discuss sketching for unusual environments, working backwards, designing VR interfaces, The MBA and Dongles, plus web apps v native apps.

In the full phone-in available on YouTube we also talk about living in a VR world, chatbots and suicide, mentoring, getting into UX after your studies, scrolling, organising design critiques, and panettone!

Our guest in part 1 was Gabe Medina.

You can also listen to Part 2 of highlights from our December phone-in.

(Listening time: 29 minutes)

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#125 Design doing with Don Norman (Part 1)

Don Norman is without a doubt one of the most influential voices within the UX and design industry and also the cognitive sciences. Don produced some of the earliest literature about human-centered design within the digital space – he also coined the term “user experience” whilst at Apple.

In part 1 of our conversation with Don, we talk about virtual and augmented reality, design thinking, radical innovations and “user experience”.

Part 2 of this interview is available here.

(Listening time: 28 minutes, transcript)

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