[Event] IxDA SF Presents Social Design Patterns with Erin Malone and Christian Crumlish on October 29, 2009

15 Oct 2009 - 2:07pm
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San Francisco IxDA
2008

IxDA San Francisco Presents a Special Halloween Event at San Francisco's
Armory Building home of Kink.com:
Costumes Desired

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2009
Time: 6:30pm - 10pm

Location: Kink.com Headquarters - 1800 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
94103

Social Design Patterns
In the first half of the session, Erin and Christian will present a family
of social web design principles and interaction patterns to help user
experience designers and strategists grapple with the social dimensions of
their products and services.

In the second half of the session, we will invite the audience to learn
about designing social interfaces through an interactive, collaborative, and
competitive game.

Bios
Christian Crumlish is the curator of Yahoo!’s pattern library, although he
prefers to describe himself as a pattern detective. He’s a design evangelist
on the Yahoo! Developer Network team and helped develop the Yahoo! Open
Strategy. He has been participating in, analyzing, designing, and drawing
social interactive spaces online since 1994. He is the author of the
bestselling The Internet for Busy People (McGraw-Hill, 1994), and The Power
of Many: How the Living Web is Transforming Politics, Business, and Everyday
Life (Sybex, now Wiley, 2004). He co-hosts the blog conference on the Well
and is mediajunkie on Twitter. He has spoken about social patterns at
BarCamp Block, BayCHI, South by Southwest, the IA Summit, Ignite 2 (SF Web
2.0 Expo), and iPhoneDevCamp. Christian has a bachelor’s degree in
philosophy from Princeton. He is currently serving on the board of directors
of the Information Architecture Institute as director of technology.
Follow Christian on twitter @mediajunkie

Erin Malone is currently a partner with the user experience design firm
Tangible UX. Previously she was at Yahoo! managing experience design teams
and designing websites and applications, social experiences and components,
and building the internal and external Yahoo! Design Pattern Library. During
her tenure at Yahoo! she was responsible for Community products and
platforms, and for helping develop the Yahoo! Open Strategy, including its
social offerings. Before Yahoo!, she was a Design Director at AOL, with
teams working across community, and personalized products, including AOL
groups, AOL Journals—the first AOL blogging tool, My AOL and You’ve Got
Pictures—AOLs picture sharing tool. Prior to AOL, she was the Creative
Director at AltaVista and launched the AltaVista Live portal and their
community offerings. She built first generation community tools at Zip2 for
national newspaper consortiums, including the NY Times offering NYToday, and
for AOL greenhouse partners before AltaVista. She was the founding
editor-in-chief of Boxes and Arrows, author of several articles on
interaction design history and design management, and a founding member of
the IA Institute. Erin has a BFA in Communication Design from East Carolina
University, Greenville, North Carolina and an MFA in Graphic/Information
Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.
Follow Erin on twitter @emalone

NOTE: 21 and older at this event, you MUST RSVP for entry and provide photo
ID to enter. Photography is allowed. Our friends at kink.com have asked that
we remind folks that the Armory is an "adult" space.

There will tours of the space available. Please sign up at October Armory
Tour group. Space is limited.

Questions? Comments? Contact your IxDA SF Ring Mistress: Aynne Valencia
http://ixdasf.ning.com/profile/aynne

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