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  • MX 2011 | Johan Hgasen-Hallesby | Wait, Theres No Page Template for This...

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    S 2011 : Ep 03.17.11 - 3/17/11

    How to identify and address the situation where a web design project calls for more fundamental changes to the service in order to create great user experiences.
  • MX 2011 | Kaaren Hanson | Intuits Reinvention from the Inside

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    S 2011 : Ep 03.17.11 - 3/17/11

    Several years ago, Intuit realized that it had strayed from its roots and was no longer creating the most intuitive experiences on the market. With a culture that highly regards the customer, Intuit was ripe to integrate Design Thinking. Learn how Kaaren Hanson’s team and key executives are making Design Thinking a core competence, driving customer and revenue wins, and helping to re-invent the company culture.moreless
  • MX 2011 | Cindy Chastain | Lessons from the Front Lines of Cross-Channel Customer Experience

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    S 2011 : Ep 03.17.11 - 3/17/11

    As technology and consumer demand fuel an evolution into new channels, businesses are struggling to respond. Needs and behaviors change as people discover new ways to purchase and use services across channels. Fewer and fewer customers center their interactions around a single touchpoint. Successful companies are meeting this challenge by creating “service ecosystems,” dynamic, interconnected touchpoints that sustain conversations with the customer, build relationships with the brand and, ultimately, feed business growth. But the question –especially with rigidly siloed companies — is how to do it? Drawing from the experience of a cross-channel personalization team led by Cindy at R/GA, this presentation addresses the challenges of planning and coordinating experiences across touchpoints. How do we convince business of the value of the ecosystem? How do we integrate and balance marketing and customer experience strategies? What operational changes need to occur to make it happen? Her hope is that you’ll walk away from the presentation armed with some practical insight that will help your team prepare for the advent of these challenges.moreless
  • MX 2011 | Jay Trimble | Promises, Rumor, Expectations and Superstition

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    S 2011 : Ep 03.16.11 - 3/16/11

    The Role of User Beliefs in the Adoption of New Software This is about bringing new software into a well established organization, one with a storied history – landing astronauts on the moon. To successfully bring a new software capability to mission control, the users must strongly advocate for the software. How are users opinions formed and communicated in this bounded community? Word of mouth, e-mails, data, misunderstanding, superimposing of desire on top of “real” information – all play a part in the formation of user opinion, which, ultimately decides the fate of the software.moreless
  • Healthy Touchsreen Concept for Adobe Catalyst

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    S 2011 : Ep 03.08.11 - 3/8/11

    Adobe came to Adaptive Path and asked us to use Flash Catalyst to create something in three weeks. Anything. After a company-wide brainstorm produced a number of promising ideas, we designed a touchscreen experience for supermarkets that educates and empowers consumers to make better food choices. Adobe got a tangible example of the versatility of its product, and we leaved that we could lay the foundation for something entirely new in a very short time frame. Adobe produced this video, it can also be found here:moreless
  • Charmr: Adaptive Path diabetes management design concept

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    S 2011 : Ep 03.08.11 - 3/8/11

    In 2007, Blogger Amy Tenderich posted her "Open Letter to Steve Jobs" in April, pleading with the Apple CEO to apply some of that company's design expertise to improving the lives of the 20 million American diabetics who rely on technology to manage their condition every day. Amy asked for better products for diabetics, but we recognized that those products had to add up to an experience that would satisfy their emotional and psychological needs. So we set out to develop an experience design concept that addressed user behavior and psychology as well as current technological trends to project how insulin pumps and glucose meters might work five years from now.moreless
  • MX 2008 | Henning Fischer & Brandon Schauer | The New Discipline of Creative Leadership

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    User Experience is a relatively young field. Its time can easily be measured in years, not decades, like marketing; not centuries, like architecture. There are no textbooks, few how-to manuals, and no clear career paths for leading an organization to deliver great experiences. Yet great experiences are being brought to market by leaders who aren’t just getting lucky, they are succeeding again and again. Great experiences are driven by creative leaders who have honed their own deep discipline for communicating, creating, and making decisions. The creative leadership of experience is a discipline, with its own special talents, skills, and challenges that we should recognize, improve, and meet.moreless
  • MX 2008 | Highlights

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    As the business value of design becomes clearer, creative managers building the next generation of products and services are confronted with an increasingly demanding set of challenges. MX brings thought leaders from IDEO, Google, The Mayo Clinic, Cisco, and many others, to show you what it takes to get great experiences out into the world. MX goes beyond typical design management discussions that remain focused on traditional concerns of print and brand, toward a new frontier of innovative products and service-oriented experiences.moreless
  • MX 2008 | Matt Jones | Social Software, Not Social Networks

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    ‘Social software’ is in a transition period from a fad/feature to becoming the infrastructure of good products and future services, serving as the foundation of new social utilities. Citing examples from developing Dopplr, and other services, Matt Jones will discuss recent trends in social software, object-centered sociality, baking ettiquette into design (Dopplr), the “disappearing social network is the computer,” beginnings of social infrastructure (opensocial, xfn, hcard, openID), personal informatics, and everyware and social networks.moreless
  • MX 2008 | Rachel Hinman | The Emerging Mobile Mindset

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    Most mobile features and services have little-to-no value to the common, everyday user of mobile devices. The results of field studies in the US, Europe, and Asia share an eerily similar user sentiment: “A phone is just a phone. I use it to make calls... maybe text,” or “The Internet on my phone is too slow... and too expensive,” or “It’s too complicated. Why can’t it just be simpler?” While the iPhone and Nokia N95 are heralded as the answer to delivering value to users, friction remains. User experiences on mobile devices remain broken because they are modeled after the PC computing experience and the rigid structure and brittleness of technology instead of the fluidity and grace of human experience. The friction between the current mobile experiences of everyday people and the promise of mobile technology is evidence of an important shift in not only how we view mobile phones but also how we think of computing and the opportunity designers and user experience professionals have in shaping that future.moreless
  • MX 2008 | Ryan Armbruster | How Emotion Transforms Experience

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    The healthcare experience is a physical and emotional journey. The experience deals with human well-being, and is literally often a matter of life or death. Yet, even in the most remarkably emotional industry, many organizations develop and implement services that remove consideration of human emotions. Why? Incorporating human needs and emotions can add significant complexity to any effort, and traditional business/quality methods don’t offer a reliable or effective way to incorporate the consideration of these elements. In this session, you’ll learn Ryan’s proven techniques for integrating the complexity of human emotions into all elements of experience design.moreless
  • UX Week 2008 | Neo-Futurists | Making a Creative Space: Lessons from the Neo-Futurists

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    Sustaining consistent, high-quality output is an ongoing challenge for designers, managers and others charged with creative responsibilities. This is especially true in a fast-paced work environment. But we are not the first to face this problem. Our colleagues in other creative disciplines have dealt with these same issues and developed effective ways to not only support their efforts, but to excel while doing so. From them, we can gain insight into our own work. The Neo-Futurists, a Chicago-based theater company, has developed a unique system for the ongoing development and performance of new work. Their production, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, includes 30 plays in 60 minutes, with the group producing two to twelve new plays each week. Over eighteen years, the company, which has been fertile ground for many artists, has always focused on creating compelling stories and sharing these with their audience. In this session, Jay Torrence and Sarah B. Nelson will discuss how the Neo-Futurists have managed their creative environment, both as individual contributors and as a supportive group of artists. They will look at the mechanics of the Neo-Futurists’ production Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind and discuss the specific techniques, attitudes and approaches members of the company have used to inspire, develop and support great work.moreless
  • UX Week 2008 | Rod Naber & Dan Levine | TV With an API! Current at the Collision of TV and the Internet

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    TV’s in trouble. It might be terminal, but don’t lose hope. Using their cable and satellite TV network along with their social news website, Current is experimenting across both media, looking for a cure. It seems obvious that bringing web-style interactivity to the passive TV screen is the answer, but… what does this mean? Rod Naber and Dan Levine of Current will show you what they’ve learned — what’s worked and what hasn’t — and what they’re doing next.moreless
  • UX Week 2008 | Jane McGonigal | A Game Designer's Perspective on the Future of Happiness

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    S 2011 : Ep 02.09.11 - 2/9/11

    How will computer games change the way we experience reality in the future? In this session, Jane McGonigal explores this topic, focusing specifically on the future of happiness and cultural engagement from a game designer's perspective. Jane argues that game designers are already incredibly adept at optimizing human experience, making it possible for them to create future games that will increasingly become the interfaces for our everyday lives. She also teaches design strategies and emerging technologies to empower you to design better real-world experiences , solve challenging problems, architect more powerful communities and engineer more engaging systems.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Wyatt Mitchell | WIREDs Digital Rebirth

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.29.10 - 9/29/10

    Traditionally, magazine designers and editors have been well-equipped to create compelling experiences in print, but highly crafted digital formats have proven more elusive. With the arrival of the iPad, Condé Nast's WIRED—in partnership with Adobe—is leading an industry-wide revolution in how people experience and consume magazines. Join Wyatt Mitchell, Design Director of WIRED as he walks through the behind-the-scenes process for the creation of a new digital version of WIRED.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Sara Ohrvall | The Mag+ Concept: The Silent Mode of Digital Magazine Reading

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.29.10 - 9/29/10

    Sara Öhrvall, director of global R&D at Bonnier, will share her thoughts on bridging the gap between magazine content and the interactivity of the social Web. She’ll talk about how the Mag+ platform aims to “socialize” magazine content, bringing it out of the print magazine and into the online spaces where conversation happens.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Mark Coleran | The Reality of Fantasy

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.27.10 - 9/27/10

    For many years, Fantasy user interfaces (FUI) in film and television have drawn both acclaim and ridicule in equal measure. Credited with pushing boundaries about what is possible and dumbing down and misrepresenting a complex field of work and setting false expectations in the eyes of users. What is the truth? In this presentation, Mark Coleran will examine why FUI looks the way it does, how it has evolved and the unique challenges and requirements that shape this unusual area of UI work.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Iain Roberts & Tasos Karahalios | IDEO Case Study: MyFord Touch

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.25.10 - 9/25/10

    For over two years, designers and engineers at IDEO and Ford Motor Company collaborated closely on a signature HMI experience for the company’s entire Ford and Lincoln 2010 vehicle portfolio that consumers would find simple, attentive, and intuitive. IDEO designers Iain Roberts and Tasos Karahalios will be speaking about the team’s ambitious and ingenious prototyping effort, which included rough-and-ready driving simulators and dashboard interfaces hacked together using a Ford Edge dashboard, touch-sensitive screens, various video game controllers, and the Playstation 2 game “Gran Turismo 3.”moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Chris Noessel & Nathan Shedroff | Make It So: Learning From SciFi Interfaces

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.23.10 - 9/23/10

    Make It So explores how science fiction and interface design relate to each other. The authors have developed a model that traces lines of influence between the two, and use this as a scaffold to investigate how the depiction of technologies evolve over time, how fictional interfaces influence those in the real world, and what lessons interface designers can learn through this process. This investigation of science fiction television shows and movies has yielded practical lessons that apply to online, social, mobile, and other media interfaces.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Christian Palino | Service Montage

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.23.10 - 9/23/10

    In The Godfather, during Michael Corleone’s nephew’s baptism, shots of the sacrament of baptism performed by the priest are mixed with shots of killings ordered by Michael taking place elsewhere. These murders are thus experienced by the audience as Michael’s “baptism” into a life of crime. This collision of shots is an example of Eisenstein’s theory of montage and provides an analogous model for exploring the relationship of service touchpoints to the space between those touchpoints, and how users experience them both.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Elizabeth Churchill | Understanding and Designing the Everyday Internet: Users, People, Groups and Networks

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.23.10 - 9/23/10

    Since 2006, time spent on the Internet has outstripped time spent watching TV. According to a Harris Interactive poll conducted in late 2009 people spend an average of 13 hours per week online–excluding email. With the increasing penetration of Internet-enabled phones, many people spend substantially more time than that. Social scientists, designers, user experience professionals, technologists and business entrepreneurs are all intrigued by the changing landscape of media consumption and communication. As a result, many methods and models have been developed to get an understanding of what people are doing, when, how and why. However, analysis methods are often myopic, addressing either on a single applications ("Is it usable?"), what an single person does ("What is the user up to?"), creating aggregated results from many people, or describing what people-as-nodes are doing in a network. In this talk, Elizabeth will talk about a number of projects where she has mixed different design and evaluation methods to try to understand how people's experiences vary, and to illustrate the tensions that exist between overly specific and overly general models of user experience.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Michael Wesch | Mediated Culture

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.22.10 - 9/22/10

    It took tens of thousands of years for writing to emerge after humans spoke their first words. It took thousands more before the printing press and a few hundred again before the telegraph. Today a new medium of communication emerges every time somebody creates a new web application. A Flickr here, a Twitter there, and a new way of relating to others emerges. New types of conversation, argumentation, and collaboration are realized. Using examples from anthropological fieldwork in Papua New Guinea, YouTube, university classrooms, and “the future,” this presentation will demonstrate the profound yet often unnoticed ways in which media “mediate” our culture.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Paula Wellings & Cameron Gray | Turning a Developer-driven Organization into a UX Company

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.20.10 - 9/20/10

    What do you do when you have just released a product that has a highly competitive feature set and profoundly low adoption? You can try to repackage it, re-skin it, or less likely, re-think the entire endeavor. In 2009, Mindflash began the process of re-thinking not only their product, but how people in the organization create products. In this case study, Cameron and Paula will discuss 5 critical actions that set Mindflash on a trajectory to create compelling and meaningful experiences for their customers, while fulfilling the business goal of becoming a true SaaS.moreless
  • UX Week 2010 | Ben Fry | Computational Information Design

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    S 2010 : Ep 09.15.10 - 9/15/10

    The ability to collect and store data continues to increase, but our ability to understand it remains unchanged. Data visualization makes use of our evolutionary proclivity for decoding visual images and employs this ability as a high-bandwidth means of getting data into our heads. In this talk, I'll present work I've developed ranging from illustrations of data for magazines and journals to software tools used by geneticists to interactive applications for Fortune 10 companies.moreless
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