Boston – and much of New England – was covered with snow this past Saturday night. We had over two feet of snow on our streets in Somerville. At some point in the evening the police came down the street
Last night, Fran and I had a UX dinner with Dave Heller and Bob Goodman at Daedalus in Cambridge. Dave was in town on business and wanted to get together. I’ve enjoyed Dave’s writing and collaborative approach through the blogosphere
Technology is replacing people. We come up with ideas that manifest in new methods and products and constructs that eliminate the need for us to actually do things. Sometimes, this is adapting the natural world. Other times, it is creating
“I’m the one who should be ashamed. I don’t understand my own soul.” – The Woodcutter, played by Takashi Shimaru, in Rashomon This is the best film I’ve seen in a really long time. Slowly, I’m making my way through
“There’s no reason for us to be enemies. We’re the only two creatures on this planet!” – Lt. Starbuck to a Cylon robot on the old television program “Battlestar Galactica“. In order to get as much context of the world
I’m reading The United States of Europe right now (highly recommended), courtesy of my friend Sigrid. It is rather eye-opening to learn more about the evolution and vision of the EU, particularly juxtaposed with the state of the U.S. Of
Originally published at Digital Web Magazine My friend, Nathan Shedroff, provides many foundations and definitions for the discipline of experience design in his book experience design 1: “Most technological experiences—including digital and, especially, online experiences—have paled in comparison to real-world
Brand Experience is all the interactions people have with a product, service, or organization.
As designers, whenever possible, we must attempt to create for all of the five senses.
More and more, sales will not be generated through sales efforts. Confused? That’s OK: the path to wisdom begins from ignorance. Business is changing, rapidly. This is happening for a number of reasons: increased globalization, the continuing maturity and ubiquity