I’ve been invited to participate in the new tradition of CanUX 2006, the Canadian User Experience workshop. Not only is it about good things like user experience and interactivity, but it takes place in Banff, Canada, one of the lovliest places on the continent.I’ll be exploring the new role of editors and readers in a presentation, “Part Today, Sum Tomorrow” and just tickled about digging into the ideas with a small group.
Earlier this year, a panel I moderated at SXSW, set out to examine the principles and approaches that have been consistent (and dissonant) between traditional design (graphic design) and new technology (web design). This workshop session explores traditional principles in writing and what we might be missing as the roles and artifacts of content are changing.
I’m thrilled to be participating with a super-duper lineup, including:
- Joey Benedek, Microsoft Windows Client Usability Lead
- Kevin Cheng, OK/Cancel
- Bryce Johnson
- John Morkes, Expero, Inc. and Free Usability Advice
- Gene Smith, nForm User Experience Consulting Inc.