19
August
2008

Speaking of user experience 10:04 on Tuesday

During the last few months I have worked on a presentation about the value of user experience. This is something I’m very passionate about and came after I realized the common element in projects that give me a spark was the possibility to further the development of good experiences.

My ultimate (and idealistic) goal with the presentation is to change how people think about designing, creating, selling, and marketing products, services, and even companies as whole. There’s a lot to think, starting from finding the right audience for this presentation.

As of now I have given the presentation a few times to clients, friends, and a room of students at the Helsinki School of Economics ITP program, and I’ve had a lot great, and very varying feedback. If you think this presentation might interest you, your colleagues, or maybe your clients, I would be glad to hear from you.

SXSW Interactive Panel Picker - The Value of (User) Experience

What I’m really excited about is that the presentation was selected for the Web 2.0 Expo Europe, and I will be speaking in Berlin on October 22nd (more details on my session at Web 2.0 Expo).

I’m also pushing for the presentation to be included in the SXSW Interactive 2009 program (not least because I’ve heard so many good stories about Austin ;). So if you want to help me, please vote for the presentation at the SXSW Panel Picker.

One Response to “Speaking of user experience”

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  1. samin Says:

    Nice one, congrats mate!