Dan Klyn gave a presentation for 100 or so folks in Burbank for the LAUX MeetUp called Establishing What “Good” Means with Performance Continuums. It was hosted at a marvelous Disney digital skunkworks sort of place, and the TUG team were treated to a tour, which included a to-scale replica of Walt Disney’s desk and office/working space.
Special thanks to Disney for hosting and sponsoring the event, and to Crystal Ehrlich and the volunteer promotions and organizing team for LAUX. Extra super thanks to Chris Chandler, the godfather of IA and UX matters in Los Angeles for “pulling a Wurman” on Dan and showing him that “two fingers of rye” can be vertically-oriented fingers.
The OmniGraffle files TUG uses to build performance continuums are linked below, as is a YouTube video from the event. The event got some great ratings and comments, and there’s even a photo gallery. Truly, all of the things.