It’s always awesome to get to chat with Josh Clark. You might know him from his top selling book, Tapworthy, but Josh is also a veteran lecturer and the driving force behind Global Moxie—a creative agency working with some of today’s biggest industry innovators.
Josh stopped by the Modev podcast for a great chat—that started out about his two upcoming talks happening at ModevUX May 19-20, but quickly turned into a great conversation about the Internet of Things, human interaction design, privacy, and more, including:
Josh’s work redesigning for media giants like Time, AOL, eBay, Entertainment Weekly, and TechCrunch
New digital-meets-physical innovations in healthcare, including his recent work with Asthmapolis
What we mean by passive vs. intentional interaction in design
How we eventually, more intuitively manipulate smart objects from a distance (HINT: it’s about the object, not simply bolting on technology)
Who some of the leaders are in the digital-meets-physical revolution
The ongoing evolution of device-to-device technologies, designing for good, and privacy concerns
What we mean by ‘software is political.’
Give it a listen and let us know what you think! You can get us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
Josh will be leading a 3-hour workshop – Designing for Touch – on May 19 at ModevUX and will be back on May 20 to deliver our closing keynote.
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