the IdeasBlog

ux, ui, ia, usability by @theYouEyeGuy

On this Website …

Hi.  I’m John Vaughan.  I’ve worked in the UX / UI / Usability / Media arena for a bunch of years.

lean-in-3My resume (which is on another site) covers my professional experience and skills.

This site is more about Ideas.

I’ve collected a bunch of my bloggy thoughts, opinions, and articles on a variety of UX (and non-UX) topics here:

 

visionary1Patterns

EveryDay UX

for Example

Metaphors

theCraft

Understanding UX

Techniques

Tasks

Process

theSocialNet

Convergence

Collaboration

Cross-Pollination

 

Some of these articles here have migrated from my “professional website” (it was getting too crowded).  Many have also been posted on LinkedIn, Quora, beBee, or other socialNets.

This site is very much a work-in-progress, both in terms of the content that’s posted here and in terms of the structure and interrelationship of the materials and their sites. Bear with me.

 

On my professional Website…

sitelogoThe links below take you to the resume-related info about me that’s on my jcvtcs.com website.  It’s a more conventional here’s-what-I’ve-done-in-my-career thing:

 

My Resume

fullstack-unicorn-ninjaThe Full-stack Unicorn Ninja is multi-skilled, cross-disciplinary, and able to take a project through to completion.

Value-added:  The topics on my resume are actively linked to appropriate pages on my website.  Seamless Self-Service.

 

My Portfolio

Sresponsive-fight-nightpans 30+ years and 100+ clients and engagements.

  • Convergence
  • The Web gets down to Business
  • Transactional Surge
  • Before We Called It the Web
  • The New Synthesis

 

Showcase

ani-showcaseHere are a few ways of looking at what I do:

Domain Experience Showcase

Tasks & Deliverables

Clickable Demosites

the Gallery

 

the FastTrack

qmark-watermarkHere’s your accessible cheat-sheet for my site:

  • Quick Connections (overview)
  • Domain Experience (tagCloud)
  • FAQ’s (framing questions)
  • A Few Ground Rules (for Recruiters)

 

It’s all about Convergence and Cross-Pollination

 

 

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