Eileen Webb is a digital strategist and co-founder of webmeadow, a firm that helps progressive organizations develop content and technology strategies to make the world a better place. Her background is in server-side coding and being that odd person who translates between the marketing and development teams. Webmeadow’s offices are located on a solar-powered farm in northern New Hampshire; her Twitter feed is equal parts content strategy and pictures of poultry.
I reached out to Eileen because of her interesting post on Source, Your Interactives Make Me Sick, in which she talks about her struggles with certain types of interactivity because of the (unexpected) motion. We talk about the physics of interactivity and ways to keep your user in mind when creating interactive visuals. And as an added bonus, here’s a transcription of this week’s episode!
Eileen’s Source article, Your Interactives Make Me Sick