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My conference binder from the User Experience Week 2005 conference
Probably says something lame like "Instant Fave!" or "Wow!".
1st of 3 Jeff Veen slides containing a long quotation by Steve Jobs. (Not the Steve Jobs pictured, but the very young Steve Jobs, who had just launched the Macintosh at the time of the quotation.)
Inspired by Leah Buley’s (of Adaptive Path) sketching toolkit, this is what I came up with after visiting a couple of art supply stores/stationers in Stockholm.
Warm Gray Marker, Faber-Castell PITT artist pen B (brush tip; part of a kit w/ 4 pens, including last two below)
Blue Photo Pencil, Faber-Castell Polychromos Light Blue
Fine Red Marker, Stabilo point 88 Mini fine 0,4 (part of a kit w/ 12 pens)
Chisel Tip Sharpie, Artline Calligraphy Pen 2.0
Regular Sharpie, Faber-Castell PITT artist pen M (medium tip)
Super Fine Sharpie, Faber-Castell PITT artist pen S (super fine tip)
Updated: Also see Jason Robb’s sketching tools.
At the panel I lead on service design, we handed out three cards to everyone: red, yellow, and green. We used them for participation during the panel, then asked people to share their feedback at the end. This is the results.
These guys are pros. I'm so impressed. This lends so much credibility and authority to our field. Thank you AP. What a fantastic job.
Portrait for adaptivepath.org/team/jesse-james-garrett/
There was no hair color tweaking in post. :)
Higher fidelity version of the blueprint. For best results, download the original size (2400x1552) and print on 11 x 17 paper.
This map is part of an essay published on 6/29/2010 in the Adaptive Path website. You can read the essay at adaptivepath.com/ideas/a-blueprint-for-a-creative-workplace
The hotel had one of each of these in the closet. Peter, Ryan and Jesse decided it would be fitting to wear them out in public (despite hotel staff's attempts to stop them).
Scott Berkun gives a talk on The Myths of Innovation.
of Measuremap, the new alpha-stage tool from Adaptive Path. they're the firm that helped with the redesign of Bplgger; MM has some of the same flavor. it's kinda like biofeedback for bloggers: you register your blog and you can see your stats in realtime - how many visitors, how many links, etc. etc. It makes metadata visible for individual bloggers to see and browse for themselves, as opposed to the aggregated, more report-style data published by companies such as Technorati (in which I'm an investr/advisr).
Back of the Napkin event with Dan Roam, Adaptive Path, 9/23/08
My sketchnotes of the event.