The Boxes and Arrows Podcast interviews authors from the site as well as other professionals in the field of Information Architecture, Interaction Design, and User Experience from around the world.
Information Architecture, A Global Perspective
In this podcast, Jeff Parks talks with Jessica DuVerneay, the Global Director for the first annual World Information Architecture Day, held in February 2012. Jessica shares her experience of organizing a global event to celebrate and share the IA discipline.
Leaping Into Indie UX
In this episode Chris Baum speaks with Donna Spencer, Lynne Polischuik, Justin Spencer and Erin Jo Richey at the 2012 IA Summit about their interactive panel discussion Taking the plunge: Diving into Indie UX. They share practical and personal considerations of being an indie designer, including how to to get over the fear of making the jump, where and how to find clients, managing the business side of design and what it’s like to work alone.
Driving Holism in Cross-channel Projects
Chris Baum talks with Patrick Quattlebaum at the 2012 IA Summit in New Orleans about his insights about holism vs. atomism and tools that designers can use to help companies see and develop experiences across channels.
The Past and Future of Boxes and Arrows
Jeff Parks talks to Boxes and Arrows founder Christina Wodtke about the past and future of the magazine. Her key message is that designers still need to get their ideas out into the community.
5 Minute Madness
Along with conference speakers, attendees share their thoughts of the IA Summit, its people, ideas explored, or whatever else they want to share... but they only have 5 minutes each to do so.
The Stranger's Long Neck
Mr. McGovern, who will be teaching a Masterclass series in Canada on the importance of task management this November, discusses several of the key findings in his new book and how such knowledge can lead to better designs for all users.
Listen if you want to become a better thinker and designer.