Posts tagged “design”

What’s Design Mean to You? An Interview with Dan Willis

One of my favourite aspects of the Information Architecture Summit earlier this year was meeting and getting to know Dan Willis. He’s a consultant for Sapient (yawn) but far more importantly, he’s super smart, super funny, and scribbles like a demon. He also looks pretty suave wearing my hat. As part of my series of […]

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What’s Design Mean to You? An Interview with Steve Baty

As I mentioned previously, it’s been quite a while since the IA Summit. The recent surge of inspiration and energy caused by UX Australia reminded me that I had a number of video interviews with some very smart people, just sitting around waiting to be uploaded. So here’s the interview with Steve Baty, user experience […]

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The Design of Conference Badges

I’ve been to a lot of conferences in the last couple of years. Without exception, every one of them has had a badge that is either ugly or useless or, in most cases, both. So when UX Australia announced their badge design competition, I just had to jump on it. To make the best badge […]

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Sketchbook Love

While working on my presentation for UX Australia, I decided it’s about time I had a new and snazzy font for my slides. Happily, I stumbled across Klim, a so far unknown to me foundry in New Zealand, and their lovely font Newzald, which may be just what I’m looking for. But lovelier still (to […]

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