Thursday 18th June, 2015
3:50pm to 4:40pm
When we pretend to use a pretend thing, we think we know what we like, and what we would do, but we’re very often wrong. It’s our actions in real situations that reveal what we truly value. To base our design decisions on what people actually need and want we have to make prototypes that can be used off the garden path – that behave like fully working applications. And we need to make them as readily as we create our current high-fidelity versions. Thankfully, now we can. In this talk, Clayton will introduce tools, example projects, and an approach that places the confirmation of value at the front, and center, of your design process.
Co-Founder, FORM Experience
"A constant learner, Clayton brings a wealth of experience from a design career that’s been lock-step with the development of the web itself. Having moved from the world of print to online to digital product design, Clayton has worked to leverage insights and strengths from each to the next.
Clayton is Co-Founder of FORM, a Health & Wellness product design consultancy which creates products that help people live healthier, happier lives."
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