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Rejected by EuroIA

The blog posts that I tag with Props are not-so-subtle pats on the back for all my hard work and determination to make a difference. Since I spend enough time tooting my own horn, I thought it only fair to share some disappointment with you as well. Today I received an email from Eric Reiss, [Keep Reading...]

My Top 10 User Experience Design Blogs on Blogs.com

Wendy Taylor, editor of Six Apart‘s Blogs.com, recently got in touch to see if I’d be interested in being a guest author to create a list of the 10 Best User Experience Design Blogs. Of course I jumped at the chance. Mindful of this honor and opportunity, I was very careful about the blogs that [Keep Reading...]

In the Press

Inspired by my good friend Matthew Knell, I’ve added a Press page to this site to highlight some of the awesome articles in which I’ve been mentioned. I always get a thrill when asked to contribute my thoughts as a user experience designer or to be featured for my work. It’s truly an honor. If [Keep Reading...]

More great press on the boxee NYC meetup

Earlier this week I told you about the 600+ people that attended the boxee NYC meetup at Webster Hall on Tuesday. We’ve gotten some great press since then, and I wanted to share it. First, you can read boxee’s own recap of the event on their blog and check out TechSpank’s video coverage. Also: Boxee [Keep Reading...]

My presentation at IA Summit 2009: “Evangelizing Yourself”

At the IA Summit last year in Miami, the first that I attended, a few wonderful people encouraged me to submit a proposal for this year in Memphis. I was a total noob, and didn’t think it would be possible for me to be chosen to speak, but I decided to think of a topic [Keep Reading...]

IA Summit 2009: The Courage to Quit

At the IA Summit in Memphis I had the distinct pleasure of participating in a panel titled, “The Courage to Quit: Starting, Growing & Maintaining Your Own UX Business,” along with Sarah Rice, Chris Fahey and Jenn Anderson. Photo taken by John Yesko The description of the panel: Information Architects have an opportunity to structure [Keep Reading...]

SxSW: Our panel “From Freelance to Agency: Start Small, Stay Small”

A couple weeks ago I told you I was going to SxSW to participate in the panel “From Freelance to Agency: Start Small, Stay Small” with Roger Black and Kristina Halvorson, moderated by Jeffrey Zeldman. I was nervous as all hell, but I had an absolute blast on the panel and am thrilled by the [Keep Reading...]