My permanent coordinates:

San Francisco, CA
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My current coordinates:

home in San Francisco

Upcoming Travel:

September: Seattle
October: New Orleans, Gwangju, Korea
November: Cordoba, Argentina
December: Seattle, Hawaii?

AIGA Revival: Annual Conference

I’m really excited to get back to New Orleans, finally (after almost 13 years!) and the AIGA annual conference is as good a reason as ever. This year, I’ve been fortunate enough to program and moderate the GAIN track at the conference on business issues. I...

Entering the 21st Century

After nearly a year of redesigning my website (and 15 with the last flat HTML design), the redesign launches today. I know, it’s pretty standard WP fare but I had a LOT of content to move over and, with over 30 year of projects (25 professional), I still have a...

Interactive Conversation presentation

This was a self-running interactive conversation about Interaction and Interface Design. It was given at the Intermedia conversation in 1995 as an interactive experience for the audience. It was self-running with a human attendant so that audience members could yell...

TED6 presentation

This presentation was given at the TED6 conference in Monterey. It didn’t go over very well… I got some absolutely, uncalled for, violent attacks and some really enthusiastic, congratulations. It wasn’t hard to figure out who was threatened and who...

Herman Miller Assembly Instructions

Believe it or not, this has been one of my more interesting projects with Herman Miller. The original instructions take over 12 pages of paper for all 4 products. They also weren’t the easiest to understand, either verablly or visually. 2001 Participants: Nathan...

Bridging the Innovation Culture Divide

My presentation at the Enterprise UX conference has finally been posted. This was an exceptional conference that focused on more than the standard UX topics. The video from my presentation, my slides, a sketch of my presentation, and the panel discussion have all been...

Tails of the City Mouse 2.0

Every year, the Microsoft store in San Francisco throws an AIDS benefit entitled Tails of the City. They give artists and designers a Microsoft basic mouse to be made into sculptures that are auctioned. My mouse this year was a translucent rubber casting with an...

Tails of the City Mouse

Every year, the Microsoft store in San Francisco throws an AIDS benefit, entitled Tails of the City. They give artists and designers a Microsoft basic mouse to be made into sculptures that are auctioned. My mouse this year was a remote-controlled mouse that really...

737 and 707 Rolling Files

The inspiration for the 737 and 707 carts comes from the carts used to serve food and beverages on airplanes, in particular, those of the 60s and 70s era air travel. Built for function almost exclusively, these carts had an aesthetic and proportion like no other...

 

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