New presentations posted to Slideshare

New presentations posted to Slideshare

It was a busy two months in February and March with two different trips to Seattle and workshops and talks both times. In addition, I was in New York City with WebVisions also speaking and leading a brand, new workshop! I’ve posted everything to SlideShare for those looking for the slides: • Speech: Bridging The Innovation Culture Divide • Workshop: Redefining the Value of Experience Strategic Tools For Designers Need • New Workshop: Using the Waveline: Mapping Premium Value To The User...

There’s a Storm Coming…

This was a talk on Multimedia back in 1996 in Melbourne (my first time to that city) for OZCHI. I don’t think it’s ever been posted to the Internet so I only have a few screenshots left from it. It was about the possibilities of these new digital and online media and how designers and artists could take the opportunities to develop new kinds of media and interactions....
Consumerism is a Fail

Consumerism is a Fail

The image quality on this is terrible because it’s so dark but this was a talk I gave at SCAD in Savannah at their fantastic Design Ethos conference in 2012. The topic was about how Consumerism has been a fail for the US economy and both designers’ culpability in this as well as a call-to-arms for designers to step in to help make the...
CISCO Interviews

CISCO Interviews

These are two of the micro-interviews I did with CISCO back in 2011. They were beautifully-produced and there was a lot more material than they eventually released. These two are on the need for 6 Billion problem solvers and the challenge of leading a sustainable life. I’ve uploaded the third (and my favorite) to Vimeo. It’s...
Autodesk Cage Match at TED

Autodesk Cage Match at TED

This was the second cage match hosted by Autodesk, this time at the TED conference in 2012. This time, I debated Mark Foster Gage. This is just some slight highlights, not the full match. The topic was “Evolution vs. Interference, basically whether Evolution was relevant anymore and, if not, what was. I barely one this round, making me two for two but it would be my...
Autodesk Cage Match

Autodesk Cage Match

This was the first Cage Match Autodesk hosted (in Las Vegas at their annual conference) in 2011. It was an evolution for the “Design Fight Club” bouts they hosted at their IDEAS Summits. It was a hoot. I squared-off against Adam Richardson, debating whether incremental or radical innovation was...