Posts tagged “conferences”

UX Australia, a Love Letter

I only learned one thing at UX Australia this year. No, that’s not a complaint. UX Australia 2011 was one of the conferences I’ve most enjoyed attending, ever. It’s just that I never really learn anything at a conference. Not that I’m all super smart and know it all already, it’s just that learning takes […]

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TEDx Sydney Sketchnotes

I’m a bit behind on this, but I’ve got to admit I was pretty disappointed with how iPad sketchnoting worked out at TEDx, so I guess I’ve had a little aversion to the whole topic. What went wrong? Well, a few things. Firstly, most sessions at TEDx were completely dark except for the stage, and […]

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iPad Sketchnotes Setup

Having not sketched a single note since Web Directions in October (and let’s not even go into how long it’s been since I wrote anything here… ahem), and after being interviewed on sketchnoting recently (super sekrit, more on that later), my fingers have started itching. I’m lucky enough to have an invite for TEDxSydney in […]

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Grouse! The Web Directions South Wrap-up

For all you non-Aussies out there, “grouse” usually means either a bird with feathered feet, or “to complain” in British army slang, but in Australian slang it means “awesome!” No one seems to know why. Photo by the talented JJ Halans Now that Web Directions is over, and now that I’ve had a weekend to […]

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More, Better, Faster!

More presentations by Matt Balara. Now that the audio’s available, here are the slides from my UX Australia presentation. Any stack of paper can be printed with words which, when read, convey insightful, interesting & exciting thoughts to the reader. The same words can be posted on a web site and have the same effect. […]

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