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Designing for Virtual Reality

A session at Talk UX

  • Cyrièle Piancastelli

Thursday 5th March, 2015

4:00pm to 4:25pm (GMT)

With the advance of virtual reality technologies like HMD (head-mounted-displays) creatives together with UX/UI designers face today one of the most exciting moments one could ever ask for – the challenge of a new medium and the opportunity to create a range of symbology which will help design great immersive and engaging experiences.

About the speakers

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Laura Cortes

Laura is a Creative Strategist at UNIT9.

Laura is a Creative Strategist at UNIT9. Being a creative strategist means having to understand and assimilate the different subjects and perspectives on a campaign, product, experimental project and so on. It means having to tick the box of user engagement, business goals, the creative concept and finally the technology innovation. To accomplish this, Laura has spent the past 5 years collecting knowledge and experiences ranging from communication design, ux design, business strategy, social media to new media and tech, that today enable her to envision creative strategies that hit the target audience needs, have a clear understanding of the client’s business goals, therefore resulting in a strong and intuitive user experience.

With a degree in Communication Design, a masters in New Media and diploma in UX design Laura is now part of the new business team at UNIT9 and has been involved in projects that utilise some of the latest and trendiest technologies out there like VR headsets. Lastly, she is a small city type of person and has a hard time staying away from the sea, she hates to be bored and loves dancing.

Designing for Virtual Reality

With the advance of virtual reality technologies like HMD (head-mounted-displays) creatives together with UX/UI designers face today one of the most exciting moments one could ever ask for – the challenge of a new medium and the opportunity to create a range of symbology which will help design great immersive and engaging experiences.

This person is speaking at this event.
Cyrièle Piancastelli

Cyrièle is currently working as Information Architect / User Experience Designer at UNIT9.

Cyrièle is currently working as Information Architect / User Experience Designer at UNIT9. She truly believes that user experience makes all the difference and is the key to any successful product, service or installation. Her technical background allows her to understand quickly how things work and how to achieve client’s business goals. She’s got a creative approach and a logical mind.

Cyrièle attended Gobelins school in Paris where she followed a UX design & developer course. She worked 3 years as a back-end & front-end developer in creative agencies in Paris before turning to UX design and Project management, in order to get involved earlier into production​.​ She worked as a UX designer and project manager/producer for more than 5 years in France before she moved to the UK, 1 year and a half ago, and focused on UX design only.

Designing for Virtual Reality

With the advance of virtual reality technologies like HMD (head-mounted-displays) creatives together with UX/UI designers face today one of the most exciting moments one could ever ask for – the challenge of a new medium and the opportunity to create a range of symbology which will help design great immersive and engaging experiences.

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Time 4:00pm4:25pm GMT

Date Thu 5th March 2015

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