PRESENTED AS PART OF MELBOURNE DESIGN WEEK 2017
We believe humans are rich points of data. Yet the obsession with contextual observation is lengthening the process to actualise products and perpetuates subjectivity. The efficacy of data-driven design is understated: it can enhance a designer’s process across a range of design fields.
Andrew Apostola, co-founder of Portable, will talk about the strength of data-driven design process and the reactionary nature. How does it fit into the methodology of human-centered design? Where does it sit along the evolution of design? Find out more about the way we now need to approach design and tailor social impact into the intricate design of our products.
Time: 6:30PM Doors open, 7:00PM Talk begins
Spots are limited so make sure to register.
Drinks and light refreshments provided.
Andrew is the co-founder of Portable, leading its creative and product direction. The company’s debut product, Portable Film Festival, re-imagined the traditional cinema experience by bringing film and video to phones and portable devices. In 2010 Andrew moved to New York after co-founding Portable Shops, an e-commerce platform for fashion designers and retailers, and co-founded Svbscription, a luxury shopping service connecting customers to personal shoppers across fashion, lifestyle products and accessories. In 2008 Andrew was awarded a British Council Award recognising him as one of Australia’s most prominent digital creatives.