Tag Archives: UX

Google's Project Glass

I gave a talk a month ago on what trends were going to shape organizational applications over the next five years, and a couple of those design forces were the increasing ubiquity of mobile compute endpoints and augmented reality/interaction with your environment. Google has just released some information, pics and video on [Project Glass](https://plus.google.com/u/0/111626127367496192147/posts) that indicate that they have been working on something big that fits into that space for awhile. Continue reading Google's Project Glass

Practitioner Conference for UX/UI/Testers

[SDTConf 2012](http://t.co/b6moYAN1) is at the University of Houston during April 27-29, 2012. SDTConf is an all open space conference providing software practitioners a platform to meet face-to-face and discuss/demonstrate simple design testing principles/approaches. At this conference you’ll meet real, hands-on practitioners interested in peer-to-peer learning and exploration. We strive hard to avoid fluffy, marketing talks and other non-sense. Continue reading Practitioner Conference for UX/UI/Testers