The current situation forces us to work from home, and adapt the way we work. Yes, in-person workshops are easier and more productive. Nothing beats a collaborative whiteboarding session or paper prototyping to express and discuss some ideas. But hey, let’s see how we can move the best bits online!
The 2nd year edition of a more mature UX.Live conference invited some fantastic speakers over the course of 3 days.
This blogpost summarises my notes and thoughts concerning Design practice. It comments on talks by Noel Lyons (@noel_lyons), Morgane Peng (https://medium.com/@morganepeng), David Attwater (Enterprise Integration Group), Richard Banks (@rbanks).
The 2nd year edition of a more mature UX.Live conference in London invited some fantastic speakers over the course of 3 days.
Conference Notes, 21st century common sense: Using collective intelligence to tackle complex social challenges, Oct 16 2019
Don’t get me wrong, machine learning and artificial intelligence are fascinating. …
Who owns infrastructure, data and access to technology and therefore opportunity? How to create an equal future, nurture diversity and enable ownership — rather than consumerism?
Celebrating the future at Nesta’s FutureFest in steaming hot Tobacco Dock in East London for two days in July challenged our status quo and…
Earlier this year UX Crunch ran its first conference UX.Live in London. On offer were a selection of workshops and talks around User Experience, Service Design and System Thinking. This article summarises some thoughts on corporate innovation, business origami and internal collaboration.
Design is a tool to imagine possible future states.
Working at an innovation lab broadened my understanding of what Design can bring to the table for interdisciplinary innovation.
Design is relevant for innovation. This becomes more clear when we differentiate “Innovation” to (rather technical) work on “Invention”.
The sketch is one of the most important tools in design! Given that also “anyone who influences what the design becomes is the designer” (Jared Spool) — Everyone involved in design decisions should sketch!
As part of project work I have been working on workshops with customers and internal stakeholders…
This years IAK17 conference focused on UX for Smart Services. For two full days a series of talks discussed current and future challenges for human-centred product development in an industry that tends towards application of artificial intelligence wherever possible.