What I learned about user experience design from my dad, the carpenter by Mike Clark
User experience design at the University of Toronto typically concerns itself with online services. However, the notion of user experience and associated user-centred design practices can be generalized across many domains and mediums. Correspondingly, the lessons learned in other domains can be applied to our own local context. This presentation will tell an eclectic story of lessons learned from an old Saskatchewan farm boy and employed today by one of U of T’s senior user experience practitioners. Embarrassing childhood photographs of the speaker will also be provided.