1. Sketch-a-Move

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    This is a concept video for Sketch-a-move: A toy car that allows you to explore the unique relationships between small surface doodles and actual physical movements. If you draw a circle on the top of the toy car, it will move in a circle. If you draw a complicated spiral, the car will move in a spiral. The video visualises the varied experiences of interaction and scenarios of engagement. http://www.anab.in | http://www.lwk.dk

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    • Bill Buxton talks about interaction design

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      We were honored to have Bill Buxton talk to us over Skype during This happened – Utrecht #6 about why he appreciates our approach to understanding interaction design, and what he feels should be the things the field should be striving for.

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      • Design Mind Salon with Bill Buxton

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        The 2nd design mind Salon in Amsterdam brought together 60 selected guests from the business and design world for one afternoon to discuss ‘how design triggers transformation’ Speakers: Bill Buxton - Microsoft Research Tjeerd Hoek - frog design Marcel Kampman - as himself More on design mind: http://designmind.frogdesign.com Video produced by http://www.fellermedia.nl

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        • Product Design by Sketching User experience - Bill Buxton

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          In this lecture at the Delft University of Technology, Bill Buxton (Principal researcher at Microsoft Research) talks about the importance of "sketching", in all of its different forms, within a design process.

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          • You Can Make Gold and Other Myths about Innovation

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            One of the reasons that we so often fail in trying to innovate is that we believe much of the nonsense that is stated as “obvious” and “truth” about the subject. Perhaps the most repressive is the myth of the genius inventor which is perpetuated by our obsessive need for super heroes – be it in sport, art, business, science, etc. Get over it. Edison did not invent most of the stuff that he is credited with. He was an amazing person, for sure, but he was as much, if not more, the Simon Cowell of his day than the Peter Gabriel. He and his lawyers. Until we dive deeper and try to understand what was really behind past success and failure, we are more likely to base our decisions on myth than data – to the ultimate loss of us all. MaRS - Building Canada’s next generation of global technology companies. www.marsdd.com

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            • Frog Design | Design Mind Salon

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              • Bill Buxton on This happened - Utrecht #6

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                • Does Location Matter?

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                  On May 21, 2008 at the Mesh conference in Toronto, Ontario, CBC Radio's Nora Young did an onstage interview with Bill Buxton, Principal Researcher with Microsoft and "a designer and a researcher concerned with human aspects of technology." The central question was, does location matter? In this digital age, we have many tools -- wikis, webcams, IM, videoconferencing, and other technologies of telepresence -- and yet we still seem to want to be in the same place with one another. Is that because we haven't yet got the technologies designed right, or because there's a limit to what you can do at a distance? And if we get it right, can you run a successful business in Toronto or Iqaluit or Corner Brook and not have to move "where the action is?"

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                  • ReMix South 2012 Opening Keynote Bill Buxton

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                    Bill Buxton is a relentless advocate for innovation, design, and - especially - the appropriate consideration of human values, capacity, and culture in the conception, implementation, and use of new products and technologies. He has worked with some of the best known companies like,Xerox PARC, Apple and now is at Microsoft Research as the Principal Researcher, where his job description is to "make a difference".

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                    • Digital Creativity: A New World Order or a Steady Evolution?

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                      Moderator: Mike Kasprow, Vice President and Creative Director - Trapeze. Speakers: Bill Buxton, Principal Researcher - Microsoft Research, Curtis Wong, Principal Researcher - Microsoft Research. For some, the digital medium is a new medium that needs to be explored. For others it's been the medium of choice for the past few decades. Join an illustrious panel of digital pioneers as they discuss where the digital media industry has come from and where it's headed. Are we at a tipping point or is this part of the long march of progress? Listen as they skillfully separate the hype from the substance and get a deeper understanding of the mysteries of the digital universe. MaRS - Building Canada’s next generation of global technology companies. www.marsdd.com

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