Jeff Veen

Designing the Complete User Experience


About this talk

Design is hard. The Web is complicated. How do we make things for people when all we have are the most basic understanding of what they want? Join Jeffrey Veen as he takes a broad survey of the challenges designers face today, and how we’re all solving those problems with new perspectives on user research, interaction design, and information architecture.

Jeff Veen at dConstruct 2006 Photo by Jan Brasna

About Jeff Veen

Jeffrey Veen is project lead for Measure Map, the well-received web analytics tool recently acquired by Google, where he now works as a Design Manager.

He is a founding partner of Adaptive Path, and previously served as the Executive Interface Director for Wired Digital and Lycos Inc. In addition to lecturing and writing on Web design and development, Jeffrey has been active with the World Wide Web Consortium's CSS Editorial Review Board as an invited expert on electronic publishing. He was also a columnist for Webmonkey and is author of the acclaimed book “The Art & Science of Web Design”.

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