Sept 14-16 – Big Design Conference in Addison, TX – http://bigdesignevents.com/conference/ – ExD: Designing for Exponential Change, A Conceptual Framework and Method Cards for Design Futurism
Sept 20-22 – Connect.Tech in Atlanta, GA – http://connect.tech/ – Web Accessibility: Making Websites Usable for Everyone
Ride of the Four Horsemen (Conquest, War, Plague, Death. Who will pray for Babylon?).
Ink on PostIt note, misc. photographic images, assembled and colored in PhotoShop.
I presented Web Accessibility: Making Websites Usable for Everyone at DevNexus 2017!
Web Accessibility is for everyone – it means making Websites flexible enough to meet a broad range of preferences, needs and situations. This includes not only individuals with visual, auditory or physical disabilities but anyone with limited Internet connectivity, temporary disabilities (e.g. a broken arm), or changing abilities due to aging.
Thanks to everyone who attended!
The slides are here:
Warren Ellis reads from his new book Normal at Eagle Eye Books in Decatur, GA.
Yo, I’m speaking at connect.tech on Saturday at 2:30…
Wow… Aristotle really did a number on us (i.e. the collective Judaeo-Christian-Islamic history of thought). I wonder what the past 2,300 years would’ve been like if he had gotten on Alexander’s ish list.
Reading: Eugene Thacker’s “Starry Speculative Corpse: The Horror of Philosophy Vol. 2”
Well this is exciting! I have been accepted as a speaker at @connect_js in October! I will be presenting an original topic:
ExD: Designing for Exponential Change – An exploration of basic Design Principles and the forcing functions of Exponential Growth, Miniaturization and Dematerialization. Application of these concepts will be demonstrated using a custom set of “Method Cards” that can be sorted and discussed to inform and inspire research and design.
As in Art and Music and Fashion, the pendulum swings. There’s a critical conversation happening in culture, business and politics: meritocracy vs. imposed equality. Neither are actually possible.
Welcome to the mediocrity of enterprise software, domestic beer and dollar store aesthetics.