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Dan is an official ACM Interactions magazine online edition blogger.  The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the premier computer science professional organization in the world.  It sponsors many scientific technical journals as well as several topical magazines of interest to the broader business community.  Interactions is focused entirely on the latest user experience design and methods trends.

Interactions Forum Editor – The Business of UX

Dan is also the editor (and frequent author) of the Business of UX Forum published in the print edition of ACM Interactions Magazine.  Look for this forum in every other issue of the magazine along with the occasional cover story on this them.

Known for his controversial opinions on the de-intellectualization of UX design, interaction design education, Usability Return on Investment (ROI) myths, the misuse of usability data, and the pitfalls of UX globalization, Dan’s blog always provides thought provoking content.

Recent blogs on the Interactions Digital Edition:

Why History Matters – April 2017

A new Forum is launched: The Business of UX – January 2014

The UX Ownership war is over… And we lost!  – June 2013

Still failing the business value test  – March 2013 
Kicking things off   – December 2012
 

Recent Posts

Nov. 21, 2019 – Dan gave a preview presentation of his forthcoming book “UX Magic” at the Interaction #9 meetup held at ThoughtSpot in Sunnyvale CA.   The book will be publicly available on Jan. 15th at the IDF Website and on Amazon.

October 29, 2019 –  Dan was the invited speaker for the Product Design Technical Interest Group at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society annual meeting in Seattle.

Sept. 15, 2019 – Dan gave a keynote at the DMI Leadership Conference (Boston) on UX Strategy Mega-trends.

Dan received the 2019 ACM SigCHI Lifetime Practice award.  The ceremony took place at the Chi2019 conference held in Glasgow Scotland.  He gave his invited talk on “The Business of UX” to a large audience the following day.  Watch the recording on the SigCHI YouTube channel

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