I’ve been asked by my friend and ex-classmate, Joshua Kaufman to speak in the first UXNet event in London. If you’re in the area, please do
to him. The event is free and will be on Thurs Dec 2nd at 7:00pm. The title of the talk is: The User Experience Community is Thinking Too Big.
Oh yes, there’s some guy named Lou that’ll be there, too. You might want to come for that.
“Blurred lines, segregation, overlap”
I agree, though I think you’re optimistic.
Do you have permission to post your notes or outline after the presentation? I’m sure I’m not the only one who’d like to see them.
As for “thinking too big”, I’m not sure. I’m more concerned with the lack of critical thinking, and the overwhelming amount of wishful thinking.
Perhaps I’m being optimistic, or perhaps I’m simply beind redundant. I’ll try to offer the notes up online after the presentation. My presentation style is such that I rarely if ever use bullet points and also rarely if ever take detailed notes for myself. The latter is something I should probably work on.
Just a quick update that the talk went well. I think I need to fix the slides up a bit before posting them. I’ve been hoping that somebody else will blog about the even so that I can just point to them but that hasn’t happened yet
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