Archive for the ‘Presentations’ Category

What, when and why of wireframes – Hello Ignite

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

This five minute talk on wireframes is a condensed version of the blog post – the ‘What, when and why of wireframes‘. Hello Group have taken inspiration from the O’Reilly talks which, in turn have taken the idea from a couple of architects based in Tokyo – the Pecha Kucha way of presentation. In short, you have five minutes to tell the story and its an efficient (but pressurised!) method to get a message across. You can see the presentation here with accompanying audio.

Its a great way to do presentations but listen out for the comment right at the end – he was right!

Social media in organisations

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

The Confederation of Danish Industry asked to hear my take on social media this week. My primary job is in user experience, but this past year has seen a massive increase in work where we seek to maximise all available channels. This presentation is not focused on ROI, more about the way we think about media channels, our identity online and how we should interact with those we sell products or services to.

Usability is dead…

Friday, June 19th, 2009



On Wednesday (17 June), I attended the SIGCHI Interaction Design Day at Copenhagen’s ITU. It’s an impressive building and apt to host an event about technology and our interaction with it.


I also did a talk about Usability and user centred design and how user experience is always key in what we make.


You can see the presentation on SlideShare here and I will be writing an article about it published next week. I have placed the notes here