Beyond Vision, A New Paradigm: Sound as Sensory Design
Matthew Bennett, Head of the Sound + Sensory Design, Microsoft
This session explores new ways of thinking about sound as an integrated design element that plays a key role in orchestrating a multisensory product experience. Developed in the Design R&D group at Microsoft, this model grounds traditional elements of sound design within a sensory design framework…
Inclusive Design – More Than you Hear
Marie van Driessche, Interaction Designer at ABN AMRO Bank
Exclusion happens when we solve problems using our own biases. But how do we seek out those exclusions, and use them as opportunities to create new ideas and inclusive designs?
Post Normal Design – Design for Global Audience
Alastair Somerville, Sensory Design Consultant
Are you designing only for the W.E.I.R.D. (White European Industrialised Rich Democratic)? In this talk will examine how to design for global audiences and growing new markets in new countries…
The Role of Emotions in Shaping Digital Experiences
Liraz Margalit, Web Psychologist, Head of Behavioral Research at Clicktale
With an industry-wide focus on delivering more human experiences and becoming more customer-centric, how can we derive truly meaningful human insight from digital channels that will have a tangible, positive impact on the bottom line?
The Behavioral Economics of Engagement
Alex Shilman, VP Product at Mmcubit & Behavioral Officer at “The Human Factor”
Equipped with behavioral knowledge and plenty of industry lead examples, Alex will draw a clear concept of building human-centered products that engages our users…
Practical Machine Learning for the Human Experience
Allie Vogel, UX Designer, Booking.com
UX Designers, must bridge the gap between Artificial Intelligence to real human behavior and emotion. Allie will share examples and best practices for using Machine Learning.
The Future Is Kid Stuff – Play, Curiosity and Wonder in Design
Ricardo Vazquez, Senior Product Designer, Shopify
In the digital age, have we closed our eyes and mind to the power of curiosity, wonder, and memory? This inspirational talk is a call to action for designers to take back our child-like sense of wonder.