enterpriseux Category

When everyone is your user

I just finished the first day of the Enterprise UX conference, and I’m just bursting to share all the ideas and insights and inspiration from my time here! #EUX16 is being held in the lovely city of San Antonio, and the conference hotel is right on the River Walk, shown here by day and by night: For the […]

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Data visualization

In a paper I co-authored for EPIC 2007, I wrote about a pie chart that I used to depict the research findings from my first ethnographic research study inside SAP in 2005.  With the exception of my dissertation research, which I had ‘distilled’ into a 300-page book, I had no experience in presenting complex, qualitative […]

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Jobs for social scientists

Here is an interesting news story that I picked up from a social networking listserv and cross-posted to anthrodesign: In a recent report, “Social Science Meets Technology in Next-Generation Jobs,” Gartner Vice President Kathy Harris says that many social sciences roles will be needed to work with corporations in helping to better understand the Web behavior […]

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EUI Summit – Day 2

We started the second day of the Summit with another delicious breakfast on the deck of the Sky Hotel.  Amazingly, I was hungry, even though I had eaten mounds and mounds of delicious food the night before. Sam Lawrence once again kicked off the day by explaining our agenda.  The plan was to do a […]

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EUI Summit – Day 1 PM

After another delicious lunch on the deck at the Sky Hotel (a view from our lunch spot is at left), Laura Fitton of Pistachio Consulting then spoke about Microblogging Re-Imagined OR Microsharing in the Enterprise.  The term blogging itself can be a barrier, but the biggest issue is why people should use it in the enterprise […]

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