We have a fantastic event lined up and once you have a read, you'll see why you need to get your tickets now! This is the most we've been able to cram into one event and are really excited at the range of speakers and demonstrators we have lined up.
Dr Jordan Nguyen, Designing for humanity
In this highly interactive presentation, Jordan will discuss how we can think about the benefits VR and AR can bring to humanity as we move into the future. In what ways might these technologies change society for the better? Be prepared to interact!
Experience design across scales: zooming between interaction design and system design
Experience design at it’s core is about designing for change of user behaviour. At it’s most detailed, interaction design looks at the micro interactions - that make up specific action people are completing at a moment in time. As we zoom out, the focus of design shifts in focus from microinteractions to screens; tasks; activities; services; and services and finally to higher level interconnected systems. As we increase our zoom, the toolset and perspective of the designer also needs to shift.
This talk will look at examples of this change in perspective as we design at different scales of experience design, and some of the accompanying change in perspective, skills and methods needed to successfully move between them.
Jake Causby a Customer Experience Design Lead from Westpac
Report on interaction16, 1-4 March 2016.
What's next for Interaction Design? The future is now! Robots, autonomous machines, AI, IoT, sensors, data, networks and intelligent systems. Jake Causby from Westpac will give a whirlwind review of some of the more transformational aspects of Interaction Design in the coming years, as portrayed by a select few of the fantastic speakers at interaction16 in Helsinki earlier this month.
The Internet of Everything (IoE) goes beyond the Internet of Things (IoT), beyond the pure technology focus. This talk will explain what the Internet of Everything is, looks at the growing global IoE community network and how the UX/CX community can contribute to drive adoption of this topic and make the world a better place.
Working with government, for the community
What happens when you drop two passionate young people in a state government department to drive digital transformation and innovation? Hear Code for Australia’s 2016 Fellows, Kenni & Jesse speak about their process, progress and many challenges working with the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage.