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Review of ‘Information Anxiety’

Review of ‘Information Anxiety’

My review of ‘Information Anxiety’ has published at UXmatters.com. Excerpt: I tend to think that information anxiety can explain many of the challenges we face in today’s environment. In a vain attempt to appear information aware, we sacrifice literacy by sharing content after reading only the headlines and failing to think critically about our informationRead more about Review of ‘Information Anxiety’[…]

Review of Living in Information on UXmatters.com

Review of Living in Information on UXmatters.com

My review of Living in Information has posted at UXmatters.com. Excerpt: The idea of information architecture was what initially attracted me to the field of User Experience some 15 years ago. Working in a small graphic-design studio as the only Web designer for an ad agency, I designed Web sites, often coding them myself. Sometimes, clientsRead more about Review of Living in Information on UXmatters.com[…]

Review of Design Leadership on UXmatters.com

Review of Design Leadership on UXmatters.com

My review of Design Leadership has published at UXmatters.com. Excerpt: As the profession of User Experience matures and becomes more enmeshed in organizational strategy, we see a greater need for UX professionals to develop soft skills. It is this realization that led Paul Sherman, my colleague at Kent State, to give his presentation “The UnicornRead more about Review of Design Leadership on UXmatters.com[…]

Review of ‘Evil by Design’ on UXmatters.com

Review of ‘Evil by Design’ on UXmatters.com

My review of Evil By Design has published on UXmatters.com.   Excerpt: Lucifer. Darth Vader. Voldemort. Gru. Literature is filled with heroes, but also memorable villains. And why not? The uncomfortable truth is that, for many of us, villains and evil are much more interesting than heroes and good. It’s easy to identify the hero—theRead more about Review of ‘Evil by Design’ on UXmatters.com[…]

Review of ‘Creative Confidence’ on UXmatters.com

Review of ‘Creative Confidence’ on UXmatters.com

My review of Creative Confidence has published at UXmatters.com. Excerpt: Tom Kelley and David Kelley, coauthors of Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All, are men on a mission. Tom Kelley is general manager of IDEO, a design consultancy specializing in product development and innovation. David Kelley is a founder of IDEO and hasRead more about Review of ‘Creative Confidence’ on UXmatters.com[…]