Earlier this year, I gave a 10-minute talk at Interaction ’13 to introduce designers, specifically interaction designers, to the key concepts behind Lean Startup. The conference organizers recently posted the video from the session, so I’m sharing it with you here.
Here is a video of my 5-minute Ignite talk, delivered last month at Ignite: Lean Startup II.
And by the way, if you’ve never been to an Ignite event, you should go. The format is a blast–5 minutes, 20 slides, slides advance automatically every 15 seconds. Lots of nerve-wracking fun. And at Ryan’s events anyway, lots of booze to lubricate the crowd.
Check out the other talks here…
My wonderful father-in-law, who painted in full passion until nearly his last day.
I was lucky to share a stage with Janice Fraser, Tim McCoy, Jeff Gothelf, and Zach Larson at Startup Lessons Learned yesterday, the conference organized by Eric Reis to evangelize the concept of Lean Startup.
Watch live video from Startup Lessons Learned on Justin.tv
Our panel, called “Design + Lean Startup = Lean UX,” was a lot of fun: the goal was to talk about how design works within a Lean Startup context, Read the rest of this entry »
Made my heart pound just sitting at my desk. Thanks to my friend Jaime for pointing this one out.
Sometimes, we do things just because we can.
This video made me smile after a long, serious day. I’m grateful for that.
Here’s an older video that I found recently in my archives. I made this one about Little Feat’s wonderful Roll Um Easy. Annotation: Roll Um Easy
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On Memorial Day weekend in 2006 (I think), we met Jamie and his future wife Anja at a Friendly’s near Turner’s Falls Mass. As Bo sat outside, we watched everyone walk past our window and check her out. Here’s a video of the procession.