On Wednesday I gave a talk in one of the nicest rooms to ever host a bunch of UX conferees. It was a 60 minute version of the presentation on Performance Continuums and what “good” means in information architecture that I’ve been traveling around with for the past few months.
The Q&A afterward was fantastic, and once again the audience wondered where Christopher Alexander and Pattern Language might fit into the discourse around what “good” means in architecture. Thanks to all who attended and especially to the organizers for their kind invitation to participate. You can download an OmniGraffle template for making your own Performance Continuums here: clicky clicky.