110 South Hall
Berkeley, California

Getting the Design Right and the Right Design

Bill Buxton is a relentless advocate for innovation, design, and - especially - the appropriate consideration of human values, capacity, and culture in the conception, implementation, and use of new products and technologies. This is reflected in his research, teaching, talks, and writing - including his column on design and innovation for BusinessWeek.com, and his 2007 book, Sketching User Experiences.

His many achievements include a Lifetime Achievement Award from ACM SIGCHI in 2008 and election as a Fellow of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) in 2009. He is visiting Berkeley as a Regent's Lecturer for 2009.

Added by egoodman on February 15, 2009


Tracey Ewart

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