Pair Design and Why You Need It

A session at Interaction14

Saturday 8th February, 2014

11:45am to 11:45am (AMT)

Interaction designers the world over often work at their desks solo, headphones on, working deep inside their own head. When they come out of their bubble to show their work, they're often surprised at the response. Cooper has solved the problem of the lone designer, by pioneering and perfecting the craft of interaction designers working in pairs.

Come one of Cooper's most senior designers discuss this practice and the ways that you can use pair design to increase efficiency, effectiveness, and morale in your teams, and even how to get the goodness (even if you're stuck being a sole practitioner).

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Christopher Noessel

Chris is a managing director at Cooper, author, and public speaker. He delights in finding truffles in oubliettes.

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11:45am Pair Design and Why You Need It by Christopher Noessel

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Time 11:45am11:45am AMT

Date Sat 8th February 2014


Breakout room A, Westergasfabriek

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  • Make It So: Interaction Design Lessons from Science Fiction

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