Listening to the Web

Ever since I started seriously studying and working with the web (way back in 2000), I've always struggled with the terminology used to describe the way we USE the web and what we DO with the web. At that time it was all about "interactivity", a term I have always struggled with and come to … Continue reading Listening to the Web

The UX of Telecommunications

UPDATE: So magically the internet popped into action 6 hours after posting this. Doesn't change the experience, but I'm glad to be back online šŸ™‚ I'm putting this post together for a couple of reasons: Because I am so frustrated at the moment that I need to get it off my chest. Large organisations seem … Continue reading The UX of Telecommunications

Ditch the Duality

This presentation was developed for a series of Think Pieces at Charles Sturt University. I've nominated to do these for the last few years, mainly because it gives me an opportunity to explore issues relating to education and technology in a slightly more expansive (and sometimes provocative) way. My take on these think pieces is … Continue reading Ditch the Duality

Riffing off Remix

I'm feeling a little inspired after reading David Wiley's The Remix Hypothesis and Mike Caulfield's Paper Thoughts and the Remix Hypothesis. That's on top of putting together an application for a Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship where I've applied to carry on doing work around adaptive digital publishing. (The pitch video outlines a lot of what I'm … Continue reading Riffing off Remix