USID2010 was a great way to fix the holes in the box so I don’t run out! Thanks to Raman Saxena and his team, and everyone else who really made it special.
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USID2010 day 3
Day 3 began with a talk by Prof MP Ranjan, who taught us at NID, on Socio-cultural public interfaces:
Other speakers on day 3 were Sree Unnikrishnan of Google India (Act local, imp-act global) and Asim Waqif, artist and faculty at School of Planning & Architecture, SPA (Isolation of the user from contemporary design practice).
USID2010, day 1 continued.
USID2010 Sketchbook, day 1
I was lucky to hear Bill Buxton talk at the USID2010 conference a few days ago. He spoke on Natural User Interfaces (NUI) for emerging markets. It was amazing, as I expected, and I even got him to sign my copy of Sketching User Experiences!
Another great speaker from day 1 was Santosh Desai, author of the book Mother Pious Lady, among other things. He spoke about how we Indians are dealing with aspects of modernity and the social structures that aid us in this.
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to access the internet during the conference and fell behind on the daily posts. But since I was drawing continuously, there are more posts coming up!