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Kicker Studio at the SF GOOD Ideas for Cities event

GOOD and the City of SF challenged Kicker Studio to make use of the abundance of data feeds available through the SF Department of Technology. We developed a solution to help people make better transportation choices. Here is the video of Jody’s presentation on ForaTV….

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Dan Saffer: The Want Interview

“We traveled to SF’s South Park neighborhood to interview him in Kicker Studio’s echo-rich, dog-friendly loft offices. It was late on a Friday, he’d had a crazy week and casually nursed a glass of Bourbon as we talked about UX, robotics, magazines on tablets, and how good usability should help us forget that computers are everywhere.”

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Kicker in HOW Magazine

Kicker’s Jennifer Bove is in this month’s HOW magazine‘s My Best Work column on the Kicker Conference Phone. Download the article (281k PDF).

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Kicker in the News, December 2009

Kicker mentions in the press for December 2009.

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Kicker Studio in the News July 2009

Mentions of Kicker Studio in the press for July 2009.

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Kicker in the News, May 2009

Mentions of Kicker elsewhere.

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Kicker in the News April 2009

A roundup of the press mentions of Kicker Studio for April 2009.

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Kicker Studio Press for March 2009

Mentions in the press during March 2009.

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February 2009 Kicker Press

Mentions of Kicker or Kickers in the press in February 2009.

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January 2009 Kicker Press

“Keep It Simple, Stupid” (pdf) in Barclays 360 #4: “We’re wired for direct manipulation of objects,” says Dan Saffer, an interaction designer based in San Francisco and the author of Designing for Interaction (£28.99, Peachpit Press). “Interactive gestures return physicality to computational tasks. While they aren’t necessarily less complex, they certainly feel more natural.”

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New blog post: Eyes on the Road! Or why my car should NOT be a giant smartphone on wheels: http://t.co/O4Z8OJ3N6S4 hours ago