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Storytelling Applied To The Digital Context - Rebeca Miranda, System Concepts

A session at HCID2013

Wednesday 17th April, 2013

3:00pm to 3:40pm (GMT)

Abstract

Rebeca's talk will explore the following,
1. Storytelling as a research methodology
- Storytelling techniques to use in user research.
- How storytelling helps you and your team to embody your audience.
- Exploring multi device ideas thought improvisation and role play.

2. Storytelling in design
- The social role of story telling and how it applies to digital products
- Designing scenarios that encourage users tell their own stories.
- Elements to use to create stories.
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3. Making your ideas last.
- How to use storytelling throughout the development process.
- Using illustration, broadcasting and improvisation techniques to help tell stories
- The story that goes beyond the digital experience.

4. Practical exercise: Getting in the mind of users.
Exploration of concepts through role play (don’t worry it will not require acting!)

Bio

Rebeca has 11 years of experience in visual design and digital media production. She specialises in interface and interaction design. Combined with her background in design, anthropology and economy, she has also been certified in Marketing by Berkeley University (Berkeley, US).
Currently she is working as a Senior User Experience Consultant in a London based agency called System Concepts. Her role involves working with blue-chip companies, such as Vodafone, O2, BBC, Amadeus or Wellcome Trust, providing UX strategy, research and design.

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Rebeca Miranda

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HCID2013

England England, London

17th April 2013

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Time 3:00pm3:40pm GMT

Date Wed 17th April 2013

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