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Gesture Chair: Design Story

Posted on November 27th, 2013 in All Videos,Design,Quickies,Technology

2 minutes

Gesture is the first chair designed to support interactions with tablet computers and was created around the various postures people take when they are no longer confined to working at desk supported computer. While people clearly enjoy these tasks in a variety of chairs today, looking at the design problem from this particular perspective is interesting.

Connecting: an exploration of Interaction Design and UX

Posted on November 27th, 2013 in All Videos,Design,Quickies

18 minutes

The 18 minute “Connecting” documentary is an exploration of the future of Interaction Design and User Experience from some of the industry’s thought leaders. As the role of software is catapulting forward, Interaction Design is seen to be not only increasing in importance dramatically, but also expected to play a leading role in shaping the coming “Internet of things.” Ultimately, when the digital and physical worlds become one, humans along with technology are potentially on the path to becoming a “super organism” capable of influencing and enabling a broad spectrum of new behaviors in the world.

Industrial Light & Magic: Creating The Impossible

Posted on December 20th, 2011 in All Videos,Art,Design,Technology

60 minutes

ILM (Industrial Light & Magic), created by George Lucas to create the special effects for Star Wars, has maintained a lead role since pioneering computer graphics in Hollywood movies. This Encore Special, covers ILM’s story from the first Star Wars film to its role in movies like Iron Man and Transformers. One of the more interesting aspects covered in this documentary is seeing how the company transitioned from analog to digital effects.

Matt Diffee: Designing Jokes

Posted on December 16th, 2011 in All Videos,Art,Design,Society

20 minutes

Matt Diffee, a cartoonist for the New Yorker since 1999, talks at Cusp 2011 about how he designs jokes. Titled “Things You Might Not Think I Think About”, Matt shares his process for coming up with jokes and many of the tips and rules he uses. From the composing the visuals that maximize the comedic effect to the word play, there is no doubt that Matt is right as rain speaking at a design conference.

Yves Béhar: Positive, Social, Sustainable

Posted on December 16th, 2011 in All Videos,Design,Leaders,Society

22 minutes

Yves Béhar talks at Cusp 2011 on his company’s projects including the Puma shoebox, NYC condoms, Herman Miller Sayl Chair, One-Laptop-Per-Child, and many others. With every project, Yves team strives to make long-term partnerships with their clients and are keen to strive for innovative, sustainable, and ethical designs.

Bugatti Veyron: Behind The Scenes

Posted on December 6th, 2011 in All Videos,Design,Technology

45 minutes

National Geographic goes behind the scenes with this Megafactories special in HD. Get a complete end-to-end view at the detailed, hand crafted, and highly specialized manufacturing process of this one-of-a-kind machine. Part car, part aircraft, jaw-dropping facts abound, including the fact that only 17 titanium bolts hold the front and rear sections fo the car together, each of which costs $100 to create.

Miguel Endara: Hero

Posted on December 6th, 2011 in All Videos,Art,Quickies

2 minutes

Miguel Endara, creates a drawing of his father composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots. The beautifully crafted video shows the progress from the very first dot and the fine precision and detail produced as the result after a mear 210 hours (8.75 solid days or 5.25 full-time office weeks) of work.

Sony Ericsson Human Interface Design

Posted on December 6th, 2011 in All Videos,Design,Quickies,Technology

7 minutes

This short documentary, created by Hira Verick and Gary Hustwit tours the Sony Ericsson design house. The documentary focuses on extracting the design philosophy from the designers that goes into the entire user experience including the hardware, the software, and even the soundscape. The documentary interviews the entire design team including George Arriola, head of Human Interface Design, Rei Fukuda, Marten Jonsson, Hanne-Marte Holmoy, and many others.

Scott Farquhar: The 10 Commandments For Startups

Posted on December 6th, 2011 in All Videos,Business,Leaders

35 minutes

Scott Farquhar, the co-founder and CEO of Atlassian talks about his experience growing the company to $100 million with no sales team. Nothing short of a must-see for entrepreneurs, Scott presents 10 commandments for startups at the Business of Software event. A few of the commandments are ‘Use your own product’, ‘measure everything’, ‘think long term’, and ‘build somewhere that you want to work’. For a full writeup, check out Mark Littlewood’s notes.


Posted on August 11th, 2011 in Design,Quickies,Technology

8 minutes

Bonnier R&D and BERG created a conceptual video about how the magazine experience would translate to touchscreen devices. The video was made back in 2008, before the iPad was on the scene. With magazines like Wired and Project, it is easy to still long for an experience envisioned in this two year old video. To date, perhaps the best interactive reading experience is that of “Our Choice” from Push Pop Press which incorporates several of these ideas but takes interactivity to a whole new level.

I Love UX Design

Posted on January 27th, 2011 in All Videos,Design,Quickies

2 minutes

Lyle Alzaldo and his friends cooked up this cute video on being an Interaction Designer. In short the colorful video is a rallying cry around the love of sticky notes and prototyping, and creating overall great user experiences. As UX designers we thrive on bringing clarity to complexity, finding order in the chaos, and now there is a video that expresses our excitement for just that.

Hans Rosling: 200 Countries – 200 Years

Posted on December 9th, 2010 in All Videos,Leaders,Quickies,Society

5 minutes

Hans Rosling, famous for his lectures which explore enormous amounts of public data and presents it in a storytelling fashion, presents data on 200 countries in 200 years. Weatherman and sports commentators can step aside as Hans presentation style is both exciting and engaging and for the first time steps it up with the use of augmented reality. In this video Hans shares the story 200 countries have moved from being poor with low life expectancy to wealthy and high life expectancy using over 120,000 data points in the process.

Khan Academy: Successful Online Video Instruction

Posted on October 19th, 2010 in All Videos,Leaders

20 minutes

Salman Khan, renowned voice from the amazing library of 1,400+ online videos posted at the Khan Academy, speaks at GEL 2010. His talk focuses on how his accidental approach towards teaching online has struck a chord with students. While teachers are quick to say that classroom instructors can’t be substituted for by online videos, Sal wonders if that is really true. Among the many reasons discussed, perhaps the one that goes unsaid most often in classrooms is the intimidation factor. Peer pressure, eagerness to impress, and desire not waste others’ time can inhibit students from taking advantage of the benefits offered by personal attention. Several other factors Sal mentions that have led to success include him not appearing in the videos, keeping the video durations to 10 minutes, and the ability for students to pause, rewind, and jump around to topics in any order they desire.

Tom Wujec: The Marshmallow Challenge

Posted on August 27th, 2010 in All Videos,Business,Quickies,Society

7 minutes

Tom Wujec studies team dynamics and puts on workshops around team building and prepares groups to solve large and complex problems. During his workshops he gives teams The Marshmallow Challenge, an 18 minute challenge to build the tallest structure from a few items including spaghetti and marshmallows. Interestingly, kindergarteners produce some of the tallest structures. Tom chalks up their success to iterative prototyping and trying lots of ideas. On the contrary, business school students do the worst.

Seth Priebatsch: The Game Layer On Top of The World

Posted on August 25th, 2010 in All Videos,Society

12 minutes

Seth Priebatsch, Chief Ninja and CEO of SCVNGR, a mobile start-up looking to build a game layer on top of the real world. In this TEDx Boston talk, Seth talks about the fact that the social layer (think Facebook) is now complete, and that the next step is creating a game layer. Games already exist in today’s world, be it credit card and frequent flyer miles, or the happy hour at your local bar, but they are not very well designed. Seth believes we can do better. Seth advocates using game dynamics for good, be it getting people to take their medicine on time, reconsidering the grading systems in schools, and organizing communities around common goals.

Ji Lee: The Transformative Power of Personal Projects

Posted on August 24th, 2010 in All Videos,Art,Quickies,Society

8 minutes

Ji Lee, Creative Director at Google, speaks at the 99% conference about his personal endeavor in 2002 to break out of the creative constraints of his advertising job by creating his own art project. Ji’s ad-spoofing Bubble Project entailed printing out stickers in the shape of word bubbles and sticking them on advertisements all around New York City. Ji would return later to document what people would write into the bubbles. Amusing, political, and esoteric, the bubbles were a hit and spawned campaigns by others. Ji now advocates for using personal projects to provide an outlet for personal creative freedom, create platforms for others to collaborate, meet new people, and to learn new skills.

David McCandless: The Beauty of Data Visualization

Posted on August 23rd, 2010 in All Videos,Art,Authors,Design,Leaders

18 minutes

David McCandless, award winning designer, writer, and author, speaks at TED on his passion for exploring data and creating meaningful visualizations that convey information in the form of a story. With a plethora of examples from his latest book, Information Is Beautiful, the talk is both facinating and inspiring. In one example he displays the carbon output from the Icelandic volcano that grounded thousands of flights over Europe in 2010. By comparing the carbon output that those flights would have produced themselves, the eruption was the first carbon-neutral volcanic event the world has seen. David posts his visualizations on his website and it is worth diving in to take a look.

James Archer: How People Buy

Posted on August 16th, 2010 in All Videos,Design,Quickies

7 minutes

James Archer, Managing Director at Forty (a design and marketing consultancy), posted a great webcast explaining how people make purchasing decisions and gives some very practical advice for designing websites seeking new users and customers. Potential customers fall into four different categories (called Decision Modes): spontaneous, competitive, humanistic, and methodical. The categorization depends on two scales. The first, fast or slow, and the second, logical or emotional. By taking into account the information each of these consumer types look for, you can ensure success in communicating the value proposition and convert more customers.

Tan Le: A Low-Cost Mind Control Headset

Posted on August 15th, 2010 in All Videos,Quickies,Technology

10 minutes

Tan Le, head of Emotiv Systems talks at TED about their creation of the EPOC, a brainwave reading headset. The EPOC has won a 2010 Red Dot Award for design, and uses new algorithms to read the brainwaves of any individual. Unlike previous brainwave reading headsets which take a long time to set up and cost on the order of tens of thousands of dollars, the EPOC is available now for $299 on the Emotiv website. The applications for the device are incredibly diverse and endless as it provides the ability to control any digital device with one’s mind. Emotiv is currently seeking developers and researchers to expand upon the platform and come up with new applications for the device to usher in all new and exciting human computer interactions.

Don Norman: 10 Rules for Successful Products

Posted on July 1st, 2010 in All Videos,Business,Design,Leaders

65 minutes

Don Norman, one of the fathers of user experience (now 75 years old), gives an excellent talk at Business of Software 2009 on the ten rules for successful products. Throughout the talk, Don stresses the importance of creating positive experiences with many anecdotes and provides many tips along the way. For example, make sure to have a strong beginning and strong ending to an experience, because that is what people remember. By placing the undesirable or painful parts in the middle, even if that requires creating a false beginning or ending, people will come away with a more positive memory of the experience. And it is that memory that they will share with others and remember long after the actual experience.

The 10 Rules:
1. It is all about the experience
2. Design systems
3. Everything is a service
4. Everything is a product
5. Don’t be too logical
6. Memory is more important than actuality
7. Complexity is okay
8. Design for the real world
9. Design for people
10. It is all about the experience