Audio Interfaces for Online Environments

This was a presentation I gave at Chiao Tung University on one of research interests. Here is an excerpt:
“Sound is one of our most sophisticated senses, from the time we are babies our entire world is filled with sounds designed to stimulate our behavior. We grow to expect pleasure or annoyance as were are introduced to surprising new sounds as well as established ones.
Sound has a variety of forms – voice, music, effects, nature, or other communication forms – and these can be incredible rich, complex, and subtle.
It is the primary means in which we by which most of us receive data, information, and knowledge.”
Presentation Link


Escaping Flatland: Towards Better Documentation for Information Architects

One of the hottest topics these days in Information Architecture circles is documentation. This is probably partly because the IA’s role is so ill defined. This presentation is representative of my first attempts on the use of visualization to communicate information architecture concepts to clients.
Presentation Link (Chinese) Original English language presentation is available in .pdf format