Dan Saffer of Adaptive Path Launches “Designing for Interaction”

Dan Saffer sent me an invite to his book release event Designing for Interaction at the swank new Hotel Vitale which is across the street from the SF Ferry Building, (map)

Ran into Jesse James Garett, who shared the success of the growing Adaptive Path Web Consulting firm in SF. They’ve grown to 30 employees, which is 20 more than when we hired them a few years ago. You may also know of their help in success of sites Measure Map and Sphere.

We wished Dan success on his book, Designing for Interaction. It appears to be an instructional text, appropriately filled with graphics, examples, and quotes from thought leaders in the field. For those in that specific area of practice, they hold workshops around the globe.

Dan and I discussed before our Community Marketing Panel at Webvisions how the future of the web is two-way, a majority of media will be created by consumers, who we should appropriately label as ‘producers’ now. Interaction Design will become more important in the multi function web.

Apologies to Tara and Chris, who we were supposed to meet, we had to take off early, sorry! Dan, congratulations on your book launch.

Hotel Vitale

At the Hotel Vitale in SF

Designing for Interaction

A book launch was held

Dan Saffer

for Dan Saffer


by Adaptive Path and friends

Rooftop Walk
on a roof top terrace.