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Lalao
2008

IxDA-Paris: Kick-off meeting: Keynote

Hi everyone,

Thank you all for your time and enthousiasm.
Please find the keynote intended for for the meeting here.

Do not hesitate to post discussion topics on this very page.

We'll come back to you soon with informations regarding the next workshop.
Be prepared!

Cheers,

 

15 Aug 2010 - 12:41pm
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Josh Damon Williams
2007

Announcing Interaction11 keynote speaker Erik Hersman

Hello,

Today, Interaction11 co-chair MJ Broadbent announced some exciting news about the conference. We're excited to introduce our fifth keynote for Interaction11, Ushahidi's co-founder Erik Hersman. You can read MJ's happy announcement here:

http://www.ixda.org/interaction/news/2010/08/announcing-keynote-erik-hersman/

8 Mar 2010 - 7:13am
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Chris Collingridge
2007

Inspirational, persuasive speaker recommendations?

My organisation is giving some time to thinking about how we develop attitudes towards UCD, usability and a user experience focus within the company. While we're doing lots of stuff at "ground-level" and there  is lots of executive support, we're looking to reach out to the many developers, testers, analysts and managers involved in software development.

10 Feb 2008 - 1:08am
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Charlie Kreitzberg
2008

Thoughts on Alan Cooper's Keynote

When Alan Cooper delivered the opening keynote at Interactions08 this
morning, I was once again struck by how sensible his view is. As I
understood his core argument, it was:

1. We know that the best interactive products are not the first to
market but the ones that have the best quality design.

2. Business managers often fail to understand this because they do not
know how to manage "creatives" among whom he numbers both interaction
designers and programmers.

3. The typical business approach is to develop requirements and then
build the product.

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