Bill Moggridge
Leisa Reichelt (an Australian user experience consultant based in the UK) has published two audio interviews with Bill Moggridge, designer of the first laptop computer (the GRiD Compass, 1981), founder of the design firm IDEO, and author of the book “Designing Interactions“.

In part one of the interview (10:01), Moggridge talks about the process he went through to design/write the book (yes, there was a prototype involved!) as well as some thoughts on what factors are common where good interaction design is created.

In the second part (05:48), Moggridge talks about designing games and what interactions can learn from games design.

Part three (10:28) finally, deals with the ingredients of successful design teams – who is in them, how do they work together, where do they work, etc.

(via Usability in the News)