user experience Category

Art, science, & pasta

Today I came across a really appetizing interesting site, which is an excerpt from a book called Pasta by Design, by George L. Legendre. What is so wonderful about it – to me at least – is that it brings together the math which produces the curves in the pasta, the technical reproduction of the […]

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Friday yumminess

This week I had a chance to dig into my RSS reader this week for the first time in months, and I found a few things I thought I would pass along for fun.  And in honor of this post I’m introducing a new tag – yummy.   For those of you that know me in real life, you know that I use […]

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Leaving SAP

In May this year I celebrated my thirteen year anniversary with SAP.  It’s a wonderful company and it has been a great ride, but the time has finally come for me to take on some new challenges.  I have been blessed to work with a group of extremely talented and motivated people over the years.  […]

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User Experience & Lean

Over the past few years I’ve written a few times about SAP’s internal transformation efforts.  We just pre-announced record Q2 results yesterday (35%+ growth in all regions – go SAP!), and so I thought it fitting to return to the topics of growth and change and talk a little bit about the good things that […]

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Ethnography / PAMA

This week I had the opportunity to present as part of a Lunch and Learn panel entitled Ethnography: Understand and Shape your Brand Experience for the Philadelphia chapter of the American Marketing Association (PAMA). Here is a description of the event from PAMA: The difference between a successful product launch, and one that falls short…or […]

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