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My personal take-aways of "Interaction18" conference

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My personal take-aways of "Interaction18" conference

  1. 1. Personal Highlights
  2. 2. What is the ”interaction” conference? • one of the largest non-profit conferences since 2008 • is held annually in various cities around the globe • organized by the Interaction Design Association • focuses on the application and continuous evolution of all design themes • offers exchange on design trends, best practices, and working methods • fosters different ways to build new networks with students, professionals and different companies
  3. 3. What is ”interaction18”? „how technology and design are shaping the world moving forward by building bridges across cultures, disciplines, and industries to reach shared goals.“ More than a thousand participants from 47 countries coming to Lyon http://interaction18.ixda.org
  4. 4. Opening Party Le musée des confluences
  5. 5. Opening Key Note La Sucrière
  6. 6. Allan Cooper - “Father of Visual Basic” author and co-founder of Cooper, he has dedicated decades to the crossroad of design and development, humanizing technology through his groundbreaking work in software design. The Oppenheimer Moment When we deliver new ’Technology’ it is getting evil it is often a distributed system problem, so the solution has to be also distributed. Be a good citizen first and think of the money second count on the power of agency of individuals
  7. 7. Daniel Goddemeyer is an interdisciplinary researcher and designer who explores new relationships with technology through research, experiments and product applications. He is the founder of OFFC, a New York City- based research and design studio. (Im)perfect futures — The hidden ethics of tomorrow’s products https://vimeo.com/226939721 http://offc.co/web/10questions.phphttp://on-broadway.nyc/
  8. 8. Yogesh Moorjani https://www.slideshare.net/secret/orHNfahe6wPWxu
  9. 9. Farai Madzima ... The Culture Map by Erin Meyer
  10. 10. Ruth Kikin-Gil a design strategist, digital product designer, and a practical dreamer that focuses on product innovation across devices, input methods and platforms @ Microsoft
  11. 11. Kenya Hara’s work across design, exhibitions, talks and books, goes beyond western simplicity to explore emptiness as a space of possibilities to be filled. This approach can be found in both his work with MUJI and with the Hara Design Institute. Make things unknown Emptyness Ex-formation as opposite of information
  12. 12. In contrast to ‘information,’ ‘ex-formation’ describes how little we really know and thus becomes the starting point for any type of design.
  13. 13. my personal view on the Interaction 18 Think about next generations – Ancestry thinking: • Be a good citizen first and think about the profit second • Think though potential options how the technology can be misused and turn to evil • Remember that every voice counts to make a big change, everybody can contribute: power of agency • Consider human values right from the start of the education Remember the past: • Study past in all its facets to design new • let it inspire you and learn from failures • Remember who you are: your background makes you unique Emptiness – give space for imagination and room for new • Sometimes you have to forget to be able to create new Establish inclusive continuously evolving culture: • Start with optimistic thinking • Be kind, respectful and curious • Have backbone to disagree and commit • Design to increase communication and collaboration in organizations • Be coach: help to find a path to success through dialogue and open questions Invite and celebrate future now • Anticipate human needs, help to focus by eliminating needless choices and be mindful of privacy • Deal with ethical questions (before dealing with AI) • Imagine different futures to invite everybody to be involved in the critical shaping of our collective future. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/posterity-design-manifesto-tatjana-borovikov/ THE POSTERITY DESIGN MANIFESTO
  14. 14. questions?

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