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Pimpformation in Teaching

What's wrong with information architecture?I was honored to discover that Dan Klyn used one of my previous posts in a presentation for his SI 658 Information Architecture course.

I’ve been enjoying his slides and video captures for a while now, but I never expected to be shaping impressionable minds! Thanks Dan, and hello class of SI 658! Good luck on those IA IDOL projects! :-)

By the way Dan, I liked your JJG picture.

Posted in presentations on Monday, November 23rd, 2009. Comments Off

InfoCamp 2009 Presentation

Last month, I gave a presentation at InfoCamp in Seattle. It’s a sort of case study of… me.

Whether you’d like to reminisce, find out a little about me, or just waste some time on SlideShare, you’ve come to the right place.

Posted in presentations on Thursday, November 19th, 2009. Comments Off
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@jmspool: What Makes a Design Seem Intuitive?

Users eventually die.Jared Spool (or @jmspool if you prefer), gave an excellent presentation at Refresh Seattle this weekend.

While his pants didn’t talk, he did show us where design happens, the power of Word 2003, and how to dispose of our excess hay.

Better yet: ”The best thing about users is they eventually die.”

Posted in presentations on Monday, May 4th, 2009. One comment so far