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  1. The Highland Fling : Sessions - Accessibility by Graeme Coleman and Mark Palmer

    Graeme Coleman is an accessibility consultant for The Paciello Group (TPG). Graeme joined TPG in October 2013 from the School of Computing at the University of Dundee, where he combined his roles as a postgraduate researcher and accessibility consultant responsible for conducting numerous web accessibility audits and providing hands-on training in creating accessible websites.

    Graeme talks about why he became interested in web accessibility, what web accessibility consultancy entails (and what it doesn’t), and why he believes it is important for developers and organisations to consider accessibility when developing content for the web. He discussess some of the techniques that developers can implement to improve accessibility, some of which many may already be applying (but be unaware of the accessibility benefits they bring).

    Mark Palmer is an independent accessibility consultant who believes in creating usable experiences for people of all abilities. He is firmly of the opinion that accessibility is more about talking, listening and experimenting than it is about ticking boxes.

    From his perspective working in large organisations, Mark discusses his experiences relating to the practicalities of actually building an accessibility culture in a large organisation, and the approaches he takes to resolving these challenges, and how these approaches may benefit other organisations.

    Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/graemecoleman/tales-from-the-accessibility-trenches-highland-fling-talk-edinburgh-19th-april-2014 http://www.slideshare.net/MarkPalmer4/creating-an-accessibility-culture-highland-fling-sessions-april-2014

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  2. The Breaking Development Podcast # 5: Mobile Accessibility

    This week, Henny Swan joins us to talk about mobile accessibility. We talk about why accessibility matters, the current state of accessibility on mobile devices and what steps to take to ensure you’re site or application is accessible by as many people as possible.

    http://fsm.bdconf.com/podcast/mobile-accessibility

    http://fsm.bdconf.com/podcast/mobile-accessibility

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  3. Adactio: Journal — Web! What is it good for?

    Not absolutely nothing, but not absolutely everything either.

    https://adactio.com/journal/9016

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  4. Scientists Search for Cause of Bay Area Whale Deaths: Forum | KQED Public Media for Northern CA

    A decapitated whale washed up on a Point Reyes beach on Tuesday, the apparent victim of a killer whale. It’s the twelfth dead whale found on Northern California beaches since mid-April. Scientists are investigating various causes, from boat collisions to changing ocean patterns that drive the whales closer to shore. We’ll discuss the recent whale deaths and what may be causing them.

    http://www.kqed.org/a/forum/R201505270930

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  5. Tony Fadell: The first secret of design is … noticing

    As human beings, we get used to "the way things are" really fast. But for designers, the way things are is an opportunity … Could things be better? How? In this funny, breezy talk, the man behind the iPod and the Nest thermostat shares some of his tips for noticing — and driving — change.

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  6. Benjamin Zander: The transformative power of classical music | TED Talk | TED.com

    Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it — and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections.

    http://www.ted.com/talks/benjamin_zander_on_music_and_passion

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  7. Richard Seymour: How beauty feels

    A story, a work of art, a face, a designed object — how do we tell that something is beautiful? And why does it matter so much to us? Designer Richard Seymour explores our response to beauty and the surprising power of objects that exhibit it.

    As a partner in seymourpowell, Richard Seymour designs idea-driven products — from household goods to trains and motorcycles.

    http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_seymour_how_beauty_feels.html

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  8. Jared Spool – Mobile & UX: Inside the Eye of the Perfect Storm Live! » UIE Brain Sparks

    This podcast is the recording of Jared’s keynote from UX Thursday Chicago.

    The world of web application design is expanding at a rapid rate. We’re now expected to design great experiences across a huge variety of platforms, from small screens to large displays. The flood of iPad applications and successful online businesses are showing our executives that design matters.

    Why is all this happening now? Where is it all going? UIE’s own Jared Spool will show you how four driving forces — market maturity, the emergence of experience, the Kano Model, and Sturgeon’s Law — are increasing the visibility and value of design in organizations everywhere. He’ll show you what the next generation of design teams will look like and how you’ll get there.

    Recorded: January, 2013

    http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2013/05/02/jared-spool-mobile-ux-inside-the-eye-of-the-perfect-storm-live/

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  9. The Behavior Change Checklist. Down With Gamefication

    At the end of 2010, I left my post as Creative Lead for Firefox to found Massive Health on the assumption that a design renaissance could help change people’s behavior to make them a bit more healthy. That’s rather an assumption. Behavior change is hard. Health is hard. It is yet to be seen if I’m an idiot. With all this talk of gameification, serious games, and social connectivity, what cognitive psychology principals underly all of this hype? What isn’t anecdotal? What works? Whether it is health, finance, email, or games, this talk delves into the literature of behavior change to give you a checklist to use in your designs.

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  10. The Art of the User Experience: making beautiful, delightful, fun things – Aral Balkan

    We are the makers of the new everyday things. We design and develop the virtual pens, telephones, newspapers, calendars, and door-handles that people interact with every single day. We are the virtual architects and the products that we design and develop have the power to determine whether people have a good day or a bad day.

    In this session, Aral Balkan will outline the important role that user experience design plays in the making of virtual products and inspire you to see that it is your job – regardless of whether you make web sites, mobile apps, intranet systems, or ticket machines – to make this new world that we are crafting together not only usable and accessible but beautiful, fun, inspiring, pleasurable, delightful, and – dare I say – magical.

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