Last month I was invited to speak about the Xero interaction design process atUPA in Wellington and Auckland, plus the Web On The Piste conference in Queenstown. True to the iterative design process, I revised and refined my presentation after each event.
Admittedly, Queenstown was a highlight. No real surprise there, considering the location. The Piste event brought together a really interesting mix of people, including quite a few folks from Australia, the States and the UK. Kudos to Grant Straker for making it happen.
In Auckland, I insisted that people challenge me with hard questions. The evening went from a 1 hour presentation into a lively 2 hour discussion. I think everyone found it really interesting and insightful, especially me. Thanks for indulging me!
I’ve been inundated with emails asking for copies of my slides. So, as promised, here they are: