Monthly Archives: July 2009

The designer’s influence: social media and the user experience

There’s been an interesting conversation underway on IxDA about design and influence. The original post on Johnnyholland also has a few tasty comments. My own take on issue of whether or not designers should be concerned with the ethics of … Continue reading

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A conversation with Thomas Vander Wal

The following is a raw and unedited email exchange between myself and Thomas Vander Wal (@vanderwal), fellow social interaction designer and social software architect par excellance. Thomas and I have complementary perspectives on social media design and on the methods … Continue reading

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SIM Scoring: Social Media Influence Metrics are an Art

Influence metrics are growing up. According to Adage, Razorfish is about to introduce “the SIM score, which stands for social influence marketing.” The new score is covered by Abbey Klaassen in What’s Your Brand’s Social Score?. Social media marketers have … Continue reading

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