Category Archives: Announcements

A talk about questions at DCWW Code(Her) conference

In two weeks I’ll be giving a presentation at DC Web Women‘s Code(Her) Conference. My one-hour presentation is called “A Nicer Kind of Interrogation,” and it’s all about asking questions. Asking a question may seem like a simple task. You wonder … Continue reading

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Announcing: The 2015 IA Summit Chairs

Hello all! I hope I got to see you at this past weekend’s IA Summit. If not, I really hope I see you next year, at the 2015 IA Summit in Minneapolis, MN,  April 21-26! I would, of course, feel this … Continue reading

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Acoustic Jam at the 2014 IA Summit

Hey all, I am super pumped to see many of you in just one week in San Diego. I adore the IA Summit more than any other conference I’ve attended, and I am excited to tell you a bit about … Continue reading

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The Sketchnote Handbook, now in German!

In 2012, Mike Rhode asked a bunch of other sketchnoters, including myself, to contribute sketchnotes about how we sketchnote. Fifteen of us joyfully added our perspectives to Mike’s awesome Sketchnote Handbook. And then, at the end of 2013, he got … Continue reading

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Announcing: A Sketchnote Army at the IA Summit

Over the last couple months, I’ve been working with the IA Summit folks to muster a Sketchnote Army. It’s been a lot of fun to collaborate with everyone involved—Giles, Vanessa, Kate, and Kevin—and I think we’ve put together a great … Continue reading

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The Sketchnote Handbook and my work in print

Mike Rhode’s The Sketchnote Handbook is now available for your enjoyment and inspiration! I am honored to be among the guest sketchnoters who contributed to the book. You can find a two page spread about my process in the first … Continue reading

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My Rwandan User Experience

At UXCamp tomorrow, I will be telling stories from the user research trip I participated in during June 2010. The stories revolve around five themes and each has its own conclusion: New culture — Remember your audience No scheduling — … Continue reading

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