This year’s UX STRAT in Boulder CO was the best one yet. I feel lucky that I got to cap it off with a talk about artificial intelligence, digital transformation, and how it’s all about keeping things in perspective for humans after all.
A short talk on the unique power of information architecture to bring clarity and purpose to designing with artificial intelligence. You can also view the video of my talk at Blueprint.
I was honored to be asked to keynote the Atlanta instance of 2017’s World Information Architecture Day. Given the extraordinary things going on in the world since 2016 — especially the ongoing assault on civic information and shared truth — I decided to talk about how the IA dictum for “making the complex clear” is more important than ever.
Video embedded below, and Speakerdeck embed/link below that.
(Below is the deck — note that Speakerdeck, WordPress, and the “new” Apple Keynote’s poor export feature aren’t getting along as of this post, so please visit the deck directly for a better view.)
I had the pleasure of closing out a day of UX STRAT with this keynote talk about how context and strategy go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Delicious!
An updated version of a talk I presented at the Information Architecture Summit, for the very first Interact London conference.
My TUG colleagues and I had a great time at UX Detroit, sharing this talk-version of a workshop we taught at IA Summit earlier in the year.
I’ve been doing some writing over at the blog for The Understanding Group.
- Last month, I posted on e-commerce, and how it’s really just commerce now, but there are still many legacy impediments for retailers.
- And this week, I wrote a bit about the talk I gave at WebVisions Portland in May (with an interview video, and my slides) on “Happiness Machines.”