From Muppets to Mastery: Core UX Principles from Mr. Jim Henson - WebVisions 2011

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From Muppets to Mastery presentation at 2011 WebVisions in Portland, OR.

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  • I mentioned Adam Connor doing some exploration into other areas at the end of my talk. His presentation is at: http://www.slideshare.net/adamconnor/applying-filmmaking-tools-and-techniques-to-interaction-design
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  • The Tonight Show with Steve Allen\n
  • The purchase was funded by a combination of $10,000 cash deposit, trade of the Presley home on Audubon Drive for $55,000 and mortgage of $37,500.\nSo, $97,500. He was 22 years old.\n
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  • Richard Saul Wurman coins term ‘Information Architecture’.\nTo this day, no one knows what it means, but we all know what “Muppets” are.\n
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  • Parenting Magazine - Person of the Year: Your Mom, who started fixing up the basement so you could move back into it. \nRoll 2d20 to save from Your Mom’s basement, nerds.\n
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  • 1976 Chevy Impala. Dad put blocks under the seat so I could see over the dashboard. \nI had a white winter coat that year, high school friends called me “The White Ghost”\nBefore I got the car, I got a Sony Discman that I could line in to it. Respect.\n
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  • Flickr originated from Ludicorp's Game Neverending, a web-based MMOG. Flickr proved a more feasible project (could make money).\n\n\n
  • Whatnots were the many different re-usable puppets.\n
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  • When I think of Visual Thinking, these people come to mind.\nBut, so does any sketch note taker, anyone who sketches anything.\nYou.\n
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  • Yes, I know this doesn’t hold true for *everyone*\n
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