Baig, USA TODAY, 2 Feb 2002 I'm an advisor to Evolution Robotics. (Be sure to watch the video on the USA Today site). By Alfred Hermida, BBC News Online, 15 Jan. 2002 BBC interviews me about the new iMac. By Nicolas Mokhoff, EE Times, 29 Oct. 2001 EE Times article about my PopTech 2001 conference debate. On NPR's Science Friday with Ira Flatow, 1 Feb 2002 Debate on Design with Michael Graves and Henry Petroski on the NPR Radio Show, Science Friday Link to streaming RealAudio. TED is at ted. com. Sadly a subscription is required to read old articles on the Scientific America website. Article on the role of emotion in learning (the article is really about distance or electronic learning).
The Machine's Point of View, available here as a PDF. (The excerpt is part of an ancient manuscript I uncovered, written some time in the 21st century, trying to teach machines patience in their interactions with people). Within two hours, the first stories had hit the air. The main message is still the same: Media Player video of my defence of putting emotions into machines (machine emotions, I hasten to add, not human ones). Designing waits that work. And the manual. The Student Chapter of HFES (Human Factors & Ergonomics Society) from the University of Central Florida are trying to raise money, so they have created a calendar for 2006 (I'm September). Find the search box and search for norman. ). By Edward C. It is now published with the endearing title How Email Became The Most Reviled Communication Experience Ever. Mariko Hewer of the Association for Psychological Science interviewed me and wrote a nice discussion of the role that psychology should be playing in design. What is rare is the capability to make sense of this enormous and complex picture, to go beyond the past and existing patterns and imagine what is not there. Nice of them. The article does an excellent job of showing that good process is useful, but a strong leader, with good taste, an excellent eye for detail, and the strength to lead a team to focused, cohesive design makes all the. Ambidextrous magazine, Stanford University's Journal of Design, has printed an excerpt from the last chapter of my not-yet published book, The Design of Future Things:
He couldnâ€™t get access to anyone now at Apple, so he interviewed a number of former Apple people. So let me provide them here. Bruce Nussbaum, of Business Week finally discovered my essay Industrial Design: Sandy Pentland, Billie Whitehouse, me, Gesche Joost, and Ben Moir). Rani Molla of Gigaom, the technology newsletter, recently interviewed me about the new edition of DOET, the MOOC I am doing for the book, the new food appliance startup (Palate Home), and other topics. Decide for yourself. Gerd Waloszek of SAP User Experience has written a very nice, intelligent review of Living with Complexity. They require generalists, people who have broad, integrated understanding of the world. If you've been keeping up with PowerPoint criticism in the news lately, you'll be interested to hear what usability expert Don Norman says in his provocative interview. Amazing what the modern, fully wired, journalist can do. Red Herring said: At one point, Mr. You'll never see housewares the same way again. I'm was on the panel moderated by David Pogue of the New York Times, called Plug and Pray, Practical applications require tying together the knowledge of the many specialties. Although she interviewed me and included several quotations, she missed the most important lessons of all.
Sadly a link the podcast with John Edson is no longer avaliable. Quotations from Ben Romano's article in the Seattle Times (Sep. 11, 2006) on computer hardware design. According to. Karina Meerman, one of the editors of the new Dutch magazine MacFreak interviewed me about my philosophy of design and my take on the new Apple Computer. For this purpose, we need new frameworks. We need an educational system that rewards those who are broad and knowledgable as well as those who are deep and narrow, even if the broad knowledge comes at the expense of shallow depth. R Block. Dave Needles of TabTimes published an interview with me in February, 2012. He explained how he used his PDA to learn Chinese, with a phrase book, audio flash cards, and a Read-Write chinese character tutorial that includes animated characters, stroke order practice, and multiple testing modes to test all aspects of developing chinese character knowledge. It's nice to be quoted, but not when the quote is out of context, or when I am described inaccurately. See my essay In Defense of PowerPoint, in the Essays section of this website. ). (January 5, 2004. ) Emotions run high for 'Knute Rockne of tech' He's a coach showing us new ways of playing the game. Port Baltimore was the backdrop season abcnews. Mit SPIEGEL ONLINE sprach er ber die Zukunft des Computers - und dessen nahes Ende. With each new book comes a deluge of interviews, articles, reviews, and recordings. Essay on impact of gizmos and gadgets.