Archive for the 'UI12' topic

Conway’s Law

Have you ever stopped to think that the internal dynamics of your corporation may be reflected in the design of your products? Karl Long recently posted a short article where he discusses the effect of organizational culture on experience design through Conway’s Law. Essentially the law states that systems (especially software) will reflect the organizational […]

The Benefits of Agile Development on Post-its

I just watched a really cool slideshow created by Lisa Reichelt, advocating the benefits of implementing Agile development techniques. Lisa presented the slides at this year’s IA Summit. We’ve seen that Agile development methods are becoming more and more popular with organizations. Our clients are quickly starting to see the benefits of working together on […]

Announcing the User Interface 12 Conference

As long promised, we announced the User Interface 12 Conference yesterday. Within minutes, we received our first registration and they’ve been pouring in ever since. At this rate, we’ll probably sell out.

We’re holding the conference in Cambridge, MA on November 5 – 8, 2007. We’ve got a great line-up of presenters, including Scott Berkun, Kevin Cheng, Kim Goodwin, Cameron Moll, Luke Wroblewski, Rolf Molich, Gerry McGovern, and Larry Constantine. Christine, Josh, and I will also be presenting our latest work.

This 30GB Limited Edition UI12 iPod Video could be yours!

Register by April 24 and get your own limited-edition UI12 iPod video.

Creating Comics

Since Kevin Cheng reignited my interest in comics (ya, I love X-Men), I’ve been interested in finding out how people incorporate comics into their usability and design practices. Livia Labate, over at I think, therefore IA, wrote a post on her experience creating a comic strip to demonstrate the core elements of a movie plot […]

UI12 is Coming!

Mark this in your calendar: User Interface 12 Conference, November 5-8, 2007, Cambridge, MA