Cameron Koczon on Google Design Live
Cameron recently joined Liam Spradlin to explore content ownership, product design, and how designers can create meaningful change by focusing on the impact of their work.
Living with a conversational object
Both enchanted and perplexed, Simon is still coming to terms with the artificial intelligence in his kitchen.
Encouraging a weirder web
Epic developer, Bri Camp, takes us on a little journey of mentorship, personal development, and the transformation of Britney Spears into rats, walruses, blobfish, and other strange things found on the internet.
I don’t know... and that’s ok
Blake explains how the absence of answers can be useful, helping us learn more about ourselves and our work.
Existing in four dimensions
The expansive views from the hard-won summit deserved my full attention, but cognitively I was elsewhere; present in multiple locations by way of a weak but welcome signal.
Tenacity is only half the equation
Simon talks to Pixel Pioneers
Simon lifts the lid on his recent research and suggests ways we can ensure the products we create have a positive influence on our lives. He also talks about his bat phone.
Thanks For Making
An Important Time for Design
A snapshot of a time when design seemed to hold all the cards, destined to dictate the evolution of the web and the next generation of web products.
Marked by intense focus and mutual understanding, a conversation with artist Ian Breakwell yields a necessary breakthrough and sets the foundation for a creative path.
Maturity and the Weight of Learning
As the web matures, great designers are distinguished not by conviction but by the ability to look beyond the tools at hand, to inquire deeply, and to define a lexicon for the field.
Way back in April 2011, Cameron wrote this groundbreaking article for A List Apart and set the baseline for how we should think about user content. We think it's as relevant today as it was back then, so here it is, unedited, unfiltered.