Jeremy Yuille – The social life of visualization
Web Directions South 2009, Sydney Convention Centre, October 9 10:45am.
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- About Jeremy Yuille
Presentation slides (synced with audio)
When visualization is coupled with collective intelligence it becomes a very powerful tool for making sense of the data that is now an increasing part of our personal and organizational experience. But how do you design social web applications so they can use visualization effectively?
In this session I’ll present a model for using visualization on the social web; discussing why social settings are a great match for visualization and how more general UX ideas can be applied to the design of social visualization. I’ll also describe 5 interaction design patterns that will help designers and developers make the transition from theory to practical application.
About Jeremy Yuille
Jeremy Yuille is a user experience designer, and academic specializing in the design of systems for online collaboration and real-time expression. Jeremy manages the Multiuser Environments Program for the Australasian CRC for Interaction Design (ACID) where he works with industry to solve thorny Interaction Design problems. He is a co-founder of the Media and Communication Design Studio at RMIT, where he supervises postgraduate students and holds interaction design studios, and is also a Director of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA).
Follow Jeremy on Twitter: @overlobe