love & execution// strange frames

“One can think of user experience design (UX) of digital products as consisting of three overlapping concerns: form, behaviour, and content. Interaction design is focused on the design of behaviour, but is also concerned with how that behaviour relates to form and content. […]industrial and graphic design are concerned with the form of products and services, but also must ensure that their form supports use, which requires attention to behaviour and content.”

-Alan Cooper, About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design

The orange bear overlooks us all~
I’ve been busy catching up with projects and Jobmine, but here’s a few photos from the Canadian Undergraduate Press conference NASH75.

Name tag: aesthetically pleasing, but little consideration for its original purpose.

Talk by an editor for World’s Best News Design Volume 33.
Brian Stelter of the New York Times speaking about the “wildfire” in journalism. 
Food is better in good company. We got to see DK-san again!
Probably the best speaker in terms of being enthralling – he filled the room with his talk on long-form journalism. This is the first time I have ever heard the term “story-boner” used in regards journalism. 
Thanks to Wilfrid Laurier’s The Cord for the ride home.

Apparently it’s called “My Forged Wedding,” and the catch is that that prologue is free, but each route costs $3.99, and to get to the ending (after 15 or so chapters), it’s another $3.99. In a way, you pay for as many guys as you like, but if you’re a completionist…well.

And an exercise in stubbornness continues into week four-


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