Recently, my colleague Jerome Domurat showed me this bound collection of Eva-Lotta Lamm’s sketchnotes and I was pleased to be reminded of the beautiful one-pager she did of my “Playful Design” talk from UX Lisbon:
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The IA Institute reports that they added the slides and video from my keynote at the Italian IA Summit to the institute’s library, in the latest issue of the monthly IA Institute Newsletter.
Video of my keynote presentation at this year’s Italian Information Architecture Summit in Milan is available on the event’s website (Video | Summit Italiano di Architettura dell’Informazione).
As it’s hosted on Vimeo, I’ll also embed it right here:
I previously posted the slides from this talk under the heading My keynote from the Italian IA Summit.
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.”
A brief write-up in Italian of my keynote address from the Italian Summit, “We Are All Leonardo Now,” appears in Didoo’s Area Web Portfolio.
In Chapter 9 of the long-awaited new edition of Tidwell’s seminal Designing Interfaces: Patterns for Effective Interaction Design, she includes a kind shout-out to Designing Social Interfaces (on page 394, “What This Chapter Does Not Cover”).
Web Semantics: Information Architecture of Social Experience Design (Beyond the Beyond), Bruce Sterling likes me, he really likes me!(following from Mark Vanderbeeken’s Putting People First, itself picking up on a link from InfoDesignabout the ASIS&T bulletin article) …subsequently echoed by Cory Doctorow on BoingBoing