donnorman

31 Dec 2007 - 11:23am
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Josh Evnin
2005

Donald Norman on 60 minutes

Last night I was jogging at the gym when all of a sudden Donald Norman
flashed up on the TV above my head. He was interviewed as part of a segment
called "Get me the Geeks!".

18 Jan 2007 - 3:27am
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Esteban Barahona
2006

Simplicity is Not Understood

note: this is a draft sour/sober personal opinion. it's not directed to
anyone in particular, really. don't take it too seriously if you don't want.
It doesn't have to do with IxD (wtf is IxD? really? is it
ProductDesign+HCI+Psychology+ScienceOfMind? who cares, IxD is a brand to
have more cash)... w/e

I "hate" to do this, talk in first person about this issues. but enough is
enough...

29 Aug 2006 - 1:24pm
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Dustin Kirk
2006

selling aesthetics

Aesthetics play an important role in a user's experience. I'm curious to
know what best practices there might be for selling aesthetic decisions to
other project stakeholders. Does anyone have any methods they use that work
well?

-Dustin Kirk
www.dustinkirk.com

30 Jun 2006 - 10:53am
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bhekking
2006

ACD (was ...companies actually using UCD)

> Apple
>
>
> Didn't they get rid of their HCD team? I thought they were taking the ACD
> approach discussed by Norman.

ACD = Activity Centered Design
http://www.jnd.org/dn.mss/human-centered.html

I'm sure I've browsed Norman's article before, but I'll have to read up,

Thanks,
Bret

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13 Apr 2006 - 3:59pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

Don Norman on the Aesthetics of IxD (well, I think so)

http://www.jnd.org/dn.mss/emotionallycentered.html

Don here talks about how the behavior of an application can increase the
visceral emotional response and thus increase engagement. To me this is
a prime and well articulated example of the aesthetics of IxD.

-- dave

19 Sep 2004 - 6:41am
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pabini
2004

Silicon Valley Event :: User Experience Organizations :: with Don Norman

Hello Fellow IxDGers

Rashmi Sinha (BayCHI Monthly Program Co-Chair) and Richard Anderson (of the
UXnet Executive Council) are planning the BayCHI monthly program on 10/12,
at which Don Norman and a panel of local leaders from various UX
organizations will address the topic: User Experience: Why Do So Many
Organizations Believe They Own It? It should be an interesting discussion. A
large attendance is expected, so the meeting will be at Stanford's Kresge
Auditorium. The usual BayCHI dinner will precede the meeting.

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