Episode Summary On The Digital Life this week we chat about the intersection of technology and the home, and how it’s changing our lives. Furniture maker, Ikea recently released their third annual “Life at Home” report, which has some interesting
Episode Summary On The Digital Life this week we discuss the future of UX as envisioned in Dirk Knemeyer’s article “Understanding Us: A New Frontier for User Experience” which was published in the recent UXmatters relaunch. It seems like today
Description Dirk, David, and Rob are back to answer more of your questions. How viable is it to break into the market and make a decent salary? Is high-quality art worth it? And just how do you get cards printed?
Episode Summary In this episode of The Digital Life, we discuss the next wave of innovation in technology and new forms of design that will come along with it. Emerging technology needs design —from the IoT to AI, virtual reality
It’s a good time to be a seasoned UX professional. Software, the epicenter of User Experience practice, continues to expand into every nook and cranny of business. Salaries for senior UX people are competitive with those of our business colleagues,
Description Dirk and David welcome designer Sarah Graybill of Black Straw Games to the show to talk about their unique brand of games. Black Straw have developed a collection of abstract and family friendly games while also working to foster
Episode Summary On this episode of The Digital Life, we discuss the plan to create a complete artificial human genome. A few weeks ago, scientists, entrepreneurs, and government officials met in a closed door meeting at Harvard University at an
Episode Summary On this episode of The Digital Life, we chat about urban agriculture and its importance to the cities of the future. We’re quickly approaching 8 billion people on the planet. More than half of them live in cities,