Date: March 19, 2002
Speaker: Mary Lukanuski — Addis Studio
Who are our real clients – the end users or those who pay us? How do we serve our employer’s business needs and brand while creating the most elegant user experience/IA? What happens when our employers have a different vision of the “user experience”?
Mary Lukanuski will explore the contractual, ethical and practical difficulties of serving two masters. She provides insights from her experience and offers a philosophical approach from which we can create solid work and meet our clients’ needs.
Mary Lukanuski explored the contractual, ethical and practical difficulties of serving two masters. She provided insights from her experience and offered a philosophical approach from which we can create solid work and meet our clients’ needs.
Mary Lukanuski—Addis Studio
Mary designed the information architecture for Pottery Barn Kids debut e-commerce site, with the Addis Studio. She joined Addis from Redladder where she developed the user interface for Redladder’s Web site. As a senior producer with KPMG Consulting/ Metrius, she led strategy, design, production, and management of interactive projects such as Hearst Corporation’s Homearts, now iVillage.com, and IngramMicro.
Mary’s first career was as a librarian. She has an MS in Library Services from Columbia University and stayed on with Columbia as a cataloger in the Health Sciences Library. She later created and managed databases for major libraries, including Walt Disney Feature Animation and the Getty Center, and she was an on-line producer with Wired On-line and MCA/Universal Interactive Services.