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Ladies Who UX, Brighton

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I was happy to present a potted history of my work in UX to a room full of women designers.

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Ladies Who UX, Brighton

  1. 1. Hi. George Oates @ukglo Good, Form & Spectacle Ltd. @goodformand glo@gfns.uk Ladies That UX, Brighton, 22 March 2016
  2. 2. 1973-2003 Adelaide
  3. 3. 1973-2003 Adelaide Bad student, bike courier, fell into the web, by George! web design
  4. 4. 2003-2005 Vancouver Ludicorp, Flickr
  5. 5. 2005-2014 San Francisco Flickr, Flickr Commons, Internet Archive, Stamen Design
  6. 6. 2014 — London!
  7. 7. April, 2004
  8. 8. Experiencing the User
  9. 9. Experiencing the User
  10. 10. flickr.com/commons
  11. 11. openlibrary.org
  12. 12. waybackmachine.org
  13. 13. archive.org/911
  14. 14. Internet Archive Book Reader
  15. 15. maps.stamen.com
  16. 16. parks.stamen.com
  17. 17. gfns.uk
  18. 18. R&D Tools, Products Clients gfns.uk
  19. 19. • Kaleidoscopic interfaces • Door-to-door research • Tiny institutions • The museum “stack”
  20. 20. • Kaleidoscopic interfaces • Door-to-door research • Tiny institutions • The museum “stack”
  21. 21. netflixomatic.goodformandspectacle.com
  22. 22. netflixomatic.goodformandspectacle.com
  23. 23. netflixomatic.goodformandspectacle.com
  24. 24. netflixomatic.goodformandspectacle.com/ genres/33932
  25. 25. netflixomatic.goodformandspectacle.com/ words/dramas
  26. 26. Two Way Street twoway.st
  27. 27. twoway.st
  28. 28. 1980s
  29. 29. twoway.st/facets/found_in/Iraq,%20South
  30. 30. twoway.st/facets/found_in/Iraq,%20South
  31. 31. • Kaleidoscopic interfaces • Door-to-door research • Tiny institutions • The museum “stack”
  32. 32. gfs:visit
  33. 33. Big Budget
  34. 34. Zero Digital
  35. 35. Static Displays
  36. 36. Flimsy Physical Barriers
  37. 37. • Kaleidoscopic interfaces • Door-to-door research • Tiny institutions • The museum “stack”
  38. 38. ~80% of institutions have less than 10 staff.
  39. 39. • Kaleidoscopic interfaces • Door-to-door research • Tiny institutions • The museum “stack”
  40. 40. • Ethics • Collection Management • Inventories and Documentation • Care and Preservation of Collections • Display, Exhibits and Exhibitions • Caring for the Visitor • Education in the Context of Museum Functions • Museum Management • Managing People • Marketing • Security, including Disaster Preparedness
  41. 41. Single Purpose Projects Russell Davies
  42. 42. People, not objects Russell Davies
  43. 43. R&D Tools, Products Clients gfns.uk
  44. 44. Netflixomatic twoway.st The Small Museum gfns.uk Museum in a Box “Spelunkers” Wellcome Trust British Museum Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Lots to poke at…
  45. 45. Thanks! George Oates @ukglo Good, Form & Spectacle Ltd. @goodformand glo@gfns.uk Ladies That UX, Brighton, 22 March 2016

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