While focused on personal branding, it can definitely be applied for all marketing efforts. Many thanks to Michael Margolis for posting this presentation.
I was talking to Jason Brett this morning to get hands-on view of how SoCal Product Camp went. Jason went on about a great presentation he saw when he was out at the SoCal ProductCamp, so I decided to go out and find it and take a look. Mack McCoy was kind enough to upload them to Slideshare, but the one below caught my attention. I’m not sure if this is the presentation Jason was talking about, but in 13 easy rules you have a neat way to look at UX from Joely Gardner.
For me, I always like to see a way to easily digest information like this presentation. I wonder if UX principles were applied to the presentation? I really like the white-space and I didn’t even notice the difference in the multiple bullet colors until looking at it the 4th review and that would definitely be something I typically notice first time around. I guess that why we should care about our software product users experience – they shouldn’t notice the product per se, only the benefits they receive from the product.
While the phrase “sticky” is like so 1998, it still works. Plus what else would you say?
- Now that’s an adhesive concept you can’t shake.
- It’s kinda like that mid-January cold you get every year.
- <insert other made up silly thing which wouldn’t be as effective as sticky>
@dirkthecow’s presentation provides a new view on social media, so innovation continues with three simple observations. You can find a post on it as well here.