hey guys...I have uploaded some pf my old animation...
click on following link to watch da movies:
leave ur comments so i can improve it more:
I will keep updating ...thank you...have a good day!!
Hello. Welcome to the IxDA Interaction08 | Savannah CrowdVine.Questions or feedback? Talk with one of your hosts: David Malouf, Dan Saffer, or Tony Stubblebine.
Did anyone take any pictures at the Effective Mapping workshop? My note seem a little disjointed and I'm trying to get a visual of how one of the maps looked (just the post-it ones we did on the tables). If anyone took photos, please let me know.
Currently listening to Weezer's song, it now invariably reminds me of that Microsoft party on Saturday night of the conference. I guess it was the easiest song to play on Rock Band, oh Good Times :-D
Hey Guys, That was my first "serious" conference and it was awesome. I wasn't expecting to network so much, but I was expecting to learn. Did a lot of both. It seems they might take down this site so if you see this before that, please add me on Facebook so we can keep in touch. Look me up: email@example.com See you soon! -- Carlos
What a terrific conference! I must say, I'm really pumped up about our field and am actively sharing what I learned with my team. I posted my key takeaways on my blog here if you're interested: http://www.prestonsmalley.com/2008/02/reflections-on-interaction08/ See you at the next conference! Preston
Hi Vishal, to be honest, I've been putting off answering that question. The normal rule here is that the crowdvine site gets suspended, but sorta maintained for a while, but b/c of our rabid habit of talking our host is thinking of beta testing an "alumni" feature that would be brand new just for us.
My fault for not getting to meet, I am so sorry...we'll have to next year!
As you requested, I have uploaded the PDF version of my presentation on my blog: http://www.ssdesigninteractive.com/bl... (the small link below the video). Its about 30 mb due to the highres images.
Also I have put it up on slideshare (which might be faster then downloading the PDF):
Interaction08 was a watershed event for the current generation of designers. People from all areas of the discipline converged and saw what they have in common: a serious interest in the purposeful exploration of alternatives that can lead to constructing practical solutions, a common set of experiences with human behavior, and a common literature of techniques for handling behaviors both of the users of the designs and of the teams who conceive ... [read more]
Where are the PowerPoints posted? I see the one below from Gretchen - but are the others posted somewhere?
the hat stays, along with the Patriots pajamas on my man here...although you could consider them a choking hazard these days...kinda like an Eli jersey
Get rid of that hat.
Wow...thanks for the additional titles! See you around New York, yes?
This one might be useful too: Digital Storytelling: The Narrative Power of Visual Effects in Film
by Shilo T. McClean (Amazon).
This one is a pretty good book too: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0262...
aussie rules pool? you do NOT want to see me in those tiny shorts... believe me.
Hey Deneva...no I haven't seen it. Thanks for the rec. It looks really interesting.
A few people have requested my slides. I've posted them here: http://www.slideshare.net/sarah.allen/cinematic-interaction-design/
Hi Cindy.. you might enjoy the book Pause and Effect. I no longer have a copy, but check it out if you havent seen it already: http://www.pause-effect.com/
Nice profile image, Joel. Very YOU.
Yes, The Fitts surely went down in (IxDA) musical history! Totally worth the humiliation. Next time let's pick a song we actually know though... and give ourselves a fighting chance ;)
Good to meet you too Matt! We definitely should arrange a catch up in London.
Susan, it was really nice to run into you! I regret missing your talk, but I will definitely check it out once they post them all online. Best of luck with the rest of your research :)
Check out the Core77 series on Interaction08. There are links to it in the conference blog: http://interaction08.ixda.org/blog/?p=65.
Here are my "take aways" so far ... What are you taking back? Alan Cooper - Create the insurgency! - Software is not a problem to be solved, it is a process. - Programming is craftsmenship. Dan Brown - Connect your nouns and verbs! - Escape the ‘page’ metaphor. Gretchen Anderson - Keep the momentum … go for it! Sarah Allen - Create fans not users. Chris Conley - Analytical and verbal have taken over creative and the tangible. Sigi Moeslinger - De... [read more]
Awesome talk at the conference, Matt!
hey robert, let me know if you're ever heading to toronto and we can make plans to meet.. i'll do the same if i'm heading your way.
I was wondering how Crowdvine will be used after the conference when this post came up in the online forum
"All of Adaptive Path's events for 2008 (UXI, MX, UX Week) will be using Crowdvine. If you already have an account, just join the new conference's community. All of your history in Crowdvine s stitched together for a cohesive experience across all participating conferences."
I'm glad we took the big risk even though it meant getting ousted in a giant fireball of musical failure. Besides you came up with the perfect IxDA band name, so what else did we really need?
If people want to check out all the photos people are taking (at least those on flickr), check them out here.