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Sketchnotes 2011

March 4, 2013


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:

Christian Crumlish: Playful Design at UXLX by evalottchen
Christian Crumlish: Playful Design at UXLX, a photo by evalottchen on Flickr.

'Leonardo' talk featured in August 2011 IA Institute Newsletter

August 11, 2011

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.

UXLx 2011 video passes available

July 1, 2011

If you missed UX Lisbon this year, you can now a buy a pass that gets you access to more than six hours of video from the presenters, as excerpted in this UXLx 2011 highlights reel:

At just under €50, that sounds like a bargain to me. Check it out!

We are all Leonardo now (live) (recorded)

June 24, 2011

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:

(V° Summit Architettura dell’Informazione – 1 from Italian IA Summit on Vimeo.)

I previously posted the slides from this talk under the heading My keynote from the Italian IA Summit.

UX Lisbon notes in Usability Talks

May 17, 2011

Claudia Oster took some keen notes and a posted a few great photos from the morning half of the main day at UX Lisbon this year, including a brief write-up of my talk, Playful Design, at Usability Talks.

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

April 12, 2011

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:

Lisbon, here we come!

September 24, 2010

The organizers of User Experience Lisbon have kindly invited me to come to Portugal next May (11-13), to teach a Designing Social Interfaces workshop.

It looks like I’ll be in good company (this are just the folks they’ve announced so far):

Designing for Play (updated for Web Directions @media)

June 20, 2010

I gave the latest version of my Designing for Play talk at the @media conference (now run by the amazing John Allsopp / Maxine Sherrin team famed for their other fantastic Web Directions events) in London two weeks ago and was very pleased with the comments and feedback I got.

The sage Scott Berkun even gave me a pat on the back, as well as some useful constructive criticism (I was saying “um” a lot, as the audio will no doubt reveal – this is something I’ve worked on eliminating but I think in this case it was a “tell” that I am still feeling my way through this train of thought.)

Anyway, here is the latest version of the slides:

Designing for Play slides from WebVisions 2010

May 22, 2010

Wow, WebVisions was amazing, as was Portland, and the hospitality of my friends there and the organizers of the conference. Thanks to everyone who made it possible! (I mean, Ukepalooza – say no more.)

Here are the slides from my talk, Designing for Play:

A full schedule at WebVisions

May 19, 2010

WebVisions rockstar badge

Arrived in Portland yesterday and did some prep for one of my gigs at WebVisions, the Ukepalooza set I’m playing with Bill DeRouchey as the duo “Cheeses & Tequila.”

This morning Erin and I are teaching our Designing Social Interfaces workshop. Tomorrow is Ukepalooza, and then immediately afterward I’ll be doing my aptly named Designing for Play presentation.

It’s not too late to register in person!