Show: Future Talk

Episode: 0085 Future Talk - New User Interfaces


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Episode Description:

One of the most important aspects of designing computers, or machines run by computers, is determining how humans will interact with them. How can we create a user interface that’s very powerful, yet easy to use and highly intuitive? Discussing this issue is Joy Mountford, internationally recognized leader in the field of user interfaces. She’s currently the global lead of Interaction Design for the Ford Motor Company at Ford’s Palo Alto Research Center, where she works on autonomous vehicles. In the 1990’s she was head of the human interface group at Apple Computer, where she played a major role in the design of their Quicktime software, and she also served as Vice President of user experience design at Yahoo. She was the founder of the International Design Expo, which for over 20 years has helped develop the next generation of design innovators for both education and industry. Across all of her jobs she says her most useful skill has been as a "technology therapist." Martin Wasserman hosts.

Episode Short Description:

Joy Mountford, who works on driverless cars as Global Lead of Interaction Design for Ford Motor Company, discusses modern user interfaces.

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Total SD Episode Video Runtime (hh:mm:ss): 00:28:18

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Thursday, September 28, 2017 - 13:28


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Total HD Episode Video Runtime (hh:mm:ss): 00:28:18

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Date HD Episode Video Uploaded: Thursday, September 28, 2017 - 17:20