June 04, 2006
Reboot: Jesse James Garrett

I thought Jesse James Garrett was talking into the past with his, otherwise nice, presentation:
First: The whole "Amazon as the gold standard for this kind of thing"-thing is getting old, and consequently
we all know all of the tricks Garrett tells us they're using
Second: The whole setup of the talk where there's an "old way" with usability testing and IA and a "new way" with live instrumentation
is just so not news: All the cool kids are launching fast and trusting the feedback
from real users of the real experience these days instead of doing extensive "research" during the development phase.
There is no development phase anymore. There's only product lifespan. But I like the ideas and all that. No problems there.

Posted by Claus at June 04, 2006 12:14 PM | TrackBack (0)
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I completely agree. Presentation was polished but not visionary for a place like Reboot. It was more like a case study of deconstructing Amazon URL structure and Amazon is just so tired and overused example.

Posted by: reno on June 12, 2006 3:26 AM
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