1. UX Week 2009 | Jeffrey Veen | 5 Minutes on Imitation in Design

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    Jeff Veen explores cargo cult design and what Picasso might have meant when he said, "Good artists copy. Great artists steal".

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    • UX Week 2009 | Andrew Crow | The 5 Minute History of User Experience

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      Andrew Crow gives an impromptu history of user experience, starting at the beginning in the 1990s.

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      • UX Week 2009 | Alexa Andrzejewski | Designing Experiences Through Make Believe

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        The ability to imagine compelling new experiences lives within us all. To tap into it, we must escape from the fetters of legacies, assumptions and technology-driven innovation. We must return to…

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        • UX Week 2009 | Natasha Sakina Alani & Brian Cronin | Mobile Literacy

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          How do you use a mobile phone if you’ve never learned how to read or write? How do you use a mobile phone if it’s one of the first pieces of technology you’ve ever interacted with? In late 2008, Adaptive…

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          • UX Week 2009 | Scott Snibbe | Social Immersive Media

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            Based on twelve years’ experience developing interactive camera/projector systems for museums, entertainment, branding and retail, Snibbe will discuss a distinct form of augmented reality focused…

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            • UX Week 2009 | John Peterson | Public Space: Prototyping and Pro-active Design

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              Architects and designers of the built environment are primarily service providers. This means that we mostly wait for the phone to ring with a client’s preconceived project agenda. Public Architecture…

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              • UX Week 2009 | Matt Webb | Design is in Your Hands

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                Smart products bring their own design challenges. Internet-connected devices and plastic filled with electronics behave in unexpected ways: what does it means for a physical thing to side-load its…

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                • UX Week 2009 | Steve Gundrum | The “Secret Ingredient” for Designing New Foods and Beverages

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                  Going to a store to purchase food and beverages is something we take for granted virtually every day. Yet, have you ever considered why you make the choices you do? The answer may surprise you,…

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                  • UX Week 2009 | Temple Grandin | Autism, Drawing and Design: Insights into Innovation and Creativity (Part 2 of 2)

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                    People who are creative visual thinkers have learned how to get away from thinking in language and to start thinking in pictures. As a person with autism, I naturally think in pictures and my mind…

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                    • UX Week 2009 | Temple Grandin | Autism, Drawing and Design: Insights into Innovation and Creativity (Part 1 of 2)

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                      People who are creative visual thinkers have learned how to get away from thinking in language and to start thinking in pictures. As a person with autism, I naturally think in pictures and my mind…

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