Monthly Archives: June 2016

Lessons Learned at the Lost & Found

Losing my phone gave me a chance to reflect on how we create experiences, large and small –

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EUX16 – Closing Keynote – John Maeda

The closing keynote was entitled Making Sense of Enterprise UX, presented by John Maeda John Maeda is a modern renaissance man.  He is merging technology, business, and design – as well as art.  In addition to his dual degree from MIT in engineering and computer science, he has a PhD in Design from Tsukuba University in Japan, […]

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EUX16 – Opening Keynote – Greg Petroff

I’m so glad that the Enterprise User Experience Conference blog posts that I’ve written so far have gotten some good visibility.  It was a great event! But for those that actually attended, they may be wondering why I haven’t blogged the keynote addresses.  I will confess that I had intended to sketchnote them!  I did, indeed, […]

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EUX16 – The Politics of Innovation

The Thursday afternoon session was entitled The Politics of Innovation, facilitated by Richard Dalton. These presentations were also a pleasure, but I appreciated them for a very different reason than I did the morning session.  These presentations before the closing keynote represented the penultimate stage that Greg Petroff described in his opening keynote, which to me was […]

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EUX16 – Designing Design Systems

On the second day of Enterprise UX 2016, the session was about Designing Design Systems, facilitated by Jack Moffett. Jack is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon, and works for a Boeing subsidiary now.  He is also the author of a recent book about the collaboration between engineering and design.  The topic of design systems has emerged in conversations throughout […]

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