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by Kate Rutter
Pulling from the creative practice at Adaptive Path as well as from a body of research on creative cultures and participatory design techniques, Kate will cover design patterns for choreographing group work, including identifying objectives, setting directions, curating collaborative activities and capturing meaningful outputs.
In this workshop, Bryan and Stephanie will challenge you to design flexibly, consider context, but above all else—consider the user.
Work your way through a series of case studies, as Todd reveals techniques that will help you craft flexible, bulletproof, effective and adaptable interfaces that make up a solid user experience.
Kevin will lead you through how the team at Happy Cog applies meeting design, participatory decision making models, and unorthodox experiences to successfully explore and communicate design ideas, from the first sales pitch, through user experience design, and finally visual design.
by Steve Baty
Understanding human behaviour within the context of a customer journey is vital to designing and delivering a successful experience strategy. This workshop will look at how to communicate behavioural insights to influence the design process and as a integral artefact for the communication of the final experience.
by Kim Goodwin
Whether you’re a new leader or experienced manager, this session will help you visualize where your team should be headed and help you develop leadership and management strategies to get there.
by Nate Bolt
Nate Bolt, El Presidente of Bolt|Peters, will be joining us to talk about his new book Remote Research.
by Sunni Brown
Since the vast majority of us have to either plan or attend meetings, why not become a Jedi at running them? In this session, you will learn the fundamentals of visual language, how to simplify complex information by mapping the big picture and how to use improvisation and games to solve real problems.
13th–15th April 2011