adski / Adam

There are two people in adski’s collective.

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  1. dConstruct 2015: Chris Noessel

    This one gets super-nerdy. Jeremy and Chris geek out about interfaces in science fiction films, from Logan's Run to Iron Man, applying the principle of apologetics along the way. To kick off, Chris humours Jeremy's crackpot theory about the Star Wars universe, and to wrap up, Chris unveils a very special event taking place the evening before dConstruct.

    In his day job at Cooper, Christopher designs products and services for a variety of domains, including health, financial, and consumer; as well as teaching, speaking, and evangelising design internationally. Prior experience includes developing kiosks for museums, helping to visualise the future of counter-terrorism, building prototypes of coming technologies for Microsoft, and designing telehealth.

    His spidey-sense goes off semi-randomly, leading him to speak about a range of things including interactive narrative, ethnographic user research, interaction design, sex-related technologies, free-range learning, generative randomness, and designing for the future.

    He is co-author of Make It So: Interaction Design Lessons from Science Fiction (Rosenfeld Media 2012), and the force behind the blog

    —Huffduffed by adski

  2. Episode 33 - Jason Wong - Head of IT at the Australian Museum - Rob Livingstone Advisory

    Still confused by Cloud?

    For those wanting to get a concise overview of what this may mean for your organisation, this non-technical book will prove invaluable. It will walk you through the key risk, governance, cost and organisational issues you should know about.This book is a must-have for business owners, managers and executive at all levels.

    Find out more

    —Huffduffed by adski

  3. Press Publish 16: Jason Kint on how worried publishers should be about the arrival of adblockers on mobile » Nieman Journalism Lab

    Pretty worried, it turns out! At least according to the CEO of the trade organization formerly known as the Online Publishers Association.

    —Huffduffed by adski

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