Archive for February 2013

UX Australia Recording Available

February 19th, 2013 — 11:38am

The audio record­ing of my pre­sen­ta­tion Design­ing Big Data Inter­ac­tions in the Age of Insight from UX Aus­tralia 2012 was just published.

It’s avail­able for direct down­load from the ses­sion page, in the iTunes store, and as part of the pod­cast series for all the ses­sions at UX Australia.

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Enterprise Search Europe

February 19th, 2013 — 11:20am

I’ll be pre­sent­ing recent work around the evolv­ing Lan­guage of Dis­cov­ery at the Enter­prise Search Europe con­fer­ence in Lon­don this May. Tyler Tate — co-author of Design­ing the Search Expe­ri­ence — and I are shar­ing a ses­sion on ‘cre­at­ing effec­tive interfaces’.

In addi­tion to the reg­u­lar ses­sions, Tony Russell-Rose is pre­sent­ing a work­shop titled Search Inter­face Opti­mi­sa­tion (to use the British spelling) on Tues­day that promises to inform and enhance your under­stand­ing of how peo­ple search, and your toolkit for design­ing good search experiences.

ESS is the pre­mier gath­er­ing of indus­try prac­ti­tion­ers active in the search and dis­cov­ery spaces, and the ros­ter of speak­ers looks strong; if you need to engage with or learn some­thing from the com­mu­nity, this is the place to do so.

And Lon­don is won­der­ful in the spring — hope to see some of you there!

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