Friday 19th November, 2010
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Most everything built at Twitter is designed by watching how people use the service in new and interesting ways and incorporating those ideas. #NewTwitter, Twitter.com's biggest change in its four-year history, called for iterative research that allowed designers and developers to quickly experiment with wide-ranging changes. Trammell & Karina will share how existing patterns affected the current design of Twitter, what worked (and what didn't work) with #NewTwitter's early research methodology, and what they're doing to better understand how folks discover what's happening.
Mark. Young ragamuffin from the streets. French duke lying about in hammocks eating soft cheese. Chimney sweep. Friend of Tom. Obama HQ in my rearview. bio from Twitter
I'm a design researcher at Twitter and an internet anthropologist. I also love tectonic plates, jellyfish, foreign grammar, embroidery, and GPS-aware gaming. bio from Twitter
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