‘Playful Design’ at UX Lisbon

· Design, Games, Information Architecture, Social Design, User Experience

Here are my slides from UX Lx. In the coming weeks, the video broadcast will be made available (for a small fee) at the UX Lisbon site, and sometime next year they will be shared freely in the ramp up to UX LX 2012.

Johnny Holland picks up on my call for tuneable experiences

· Press, User Experience

Renowned interaction design zine Johnny Holland reported on my keynote at UX Lisbon, writing, in UX LX: Day Three

Moving on to playing in the musical design — he believes we can turn our users into maestros, as an expert Illustrator user is much like a musician! — Crumlish provided a range of analogies (frameworks set up the rules, you need a bit of chaos for creativity, as in jazz). However, for me, his utterly inspired point was that of creating tunable experiences: “You don’t need to create a perfect experience, but instead one that’s tunable.”

My keynote from the Italian IA Summit

· Information Architecture, User Experience

UPDATED: Fixed the typo(s) on slide 84 and re-uploaded.

I just noticed a typo, so will update, but wanted to share this quickly. not sure how much sense it will make without the audio (or for that matter this morning’s live-streamed video):

Start using UX as a weapon (at the Web 2.0 Expo in SF)

· Design, Events, User Experience

Erin and I delivered our first-ever Web 2 Expo keynote (I called us “The Sonny and Cher of UX”) in San Francisco toward the end of last month:

Here are the slides we showed to accompany our banter: