[Event] IxDA Brisbane's November Face to Face, 25 November, 6:30 pm

12 Nov 2008 - 12:15am
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Joel Flom

Come join us for our last IxDA Brisbane Face to Face before the New Year.
Joel Flom will be presenting "The value of an interaction".

Tuesday, 25 November, 6:30 pm

Stamford Plaza Hotel's Pavilion Bar (upstairs area above main bar)


Presentation Description:
Have you ever delivered a usability-perfected design that flopped? From
accessible to meaningful, design interactions that meet the internal needs
and desires of people. This presentation will introduce a hierarchical model
for gauging the value of an interaction – from meeting basic needs
(accessible, useful, usable) to fulfilling more advanced expectations
(authentic, desirable, meaningful). The approach is pragmatic and
complements other common user-centred and usability practices.

A bit on Joel:
Joel Flom is the Managing Director of Elavision, an interaction design
consultancy based in Brisbane that specialises in making digital products
and services work for real people. This often involves untangling the web of
technology and trends to create useful, desirable and meaningful
interactions for people on both sides of the equation (end users and
business stakeholders). Joel has 11 years experience in the web industry
(e-commerce, mobile, online learning, software development) and has worked
with clients in the US, UK, Canada, China, New Zealand and Australia.

A bit about IxDA Brisbane:
IxDA Brisbane is a local chapter of the Interaction Design Association
(IxDA). On the last Tuesday of every month, IxDA Brisbane hosts a Face to
Face event for Interaction Design and User Experience professionals who
design interactive systems and products of all types: web, desktop, mobile,
consumer electronics, digitally-enhanced environments and more. It's about
sharing ideas and learning in a social environment. Short presentations and
entertaining discussions on trends, tools, tips and techniques that help
Interaction Designers in their day to day design work.


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