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“Design for Emotion and Flow” at the 2010 IA Summit

After a couple of years off, it was great to be back at the IA Summit in Phoenix this past April, and even better to give a talk on Design for Emotion and Flow... Read more

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The User Experience Iceberg at FOWD

Steve Pearce from Poke presented an interesting take on the User Experience Iceberg at the recent Future of Web Design (FOWD) conference in London, UK. Read more

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The User Experience Iceberg – Update

Sadly, while attempting to upload an updated version of the User Experience Iceberg presentation to Slideshare, the original presentation page was accidentally deleted. I’m hoping that the fine folks at Slideshare can help me restore the deleted stats. Read more

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The User Experience Iceberg

Jesse James Garrett’s Elements of User Experience is a great illustration of the components required to create engaging and rewarding experiences. But, it can be too much information for clients to fully comprehend during a quick presentation. The analogy of The User Experience Iceberg is a great way to help your clients realize that visual design is only the “tip” of the iceberg. Read more

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Emotion, Arousal, Attention and Flow on Slideshare

In a previous post, I mentioned how Stephen P. Anderson had utilized a few slides from my 2006 IA Summit talk for his fantastic presentation entitled Creating Pleasurable InterfacesRead more

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Creating Pleasurable Interfaces with Stephen P. Anderson

Stephen P. Anderson from PoetPainter has posted a presentation on Slideshare entitled “Creating Pleasurable Interfaces: Getting From Tasks to Experiences”… Read more

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