A big thank you to everyone who participated in #euroia18 in Dublin. And a special thanks to all our speakers who have shared their slides: here is the overview of presentations, pictures and videos. Something missing? Let us know!
Please note that some speakers weren’t able to share their decks because of confidentiality or other constraints.
Thursday, 27 Sept.
- Amy Ross — Keynote
- Koen Peters — Language for Transition
- Neil Collman — Understanding the future human
- Alissa Briggs — Maps & Markers: Crafting a strategy to transform your design team
- Jiayang Zhang — Enhancing Traditional Museum Experiences With Immersive Technologies. No slides but in case of any questions contact Jiayong
- Rob Scott — Cross Reality User Experience: taming the wild west of VR & AR Interaction Patterns
- Franco Papeschi — Why designers suck at innovation (and what to do to suck less)
- Peter Morville — Planning for Everything
- Kevin Devine & Jeff Simons — The pragmatic guide to product discovery
Friday, 28 Sept.
- Per Axbom — Mostly Harmless: Design for Digital with a Conscience
- Jessica DuVerneay & Ren Pope — Ontology Dojo
- Johannes Baeck — The Prototyper’s Dilemma
- Sarah Barrett — Build a (better) world: IA as inclusive design
- Raffaella Roviglioni — IA vs. AI: will robots be better researchers than us?
- Peter Boersma — Forgotten users: designing employee experiences at KLM
- Kat King — Understanding Empathy
Saturday, 29 Sept.
- Alastair Somerville — Architecting Emotions
- Marianne Sweeny — AI for IA (and UX and Content Strategy)
- Umit Gokce — Empathy by the Numbers — Creating High-Value Design Solutions Through Systematic Empathy
- Clementina Gentile — Modern Frankenstein: designing kind machines
- Loba van Heugten — Chatbot development asks for new ways to involve end-users to secure great customer experience
- Sławomir Molenda — The design of ethical algorithms in autonomous machines
Photos & videos
All of our fantastic visual material was shot and edited by Peter Vermaercke.