During the last few years companies approached me with always the same question: In a world of Artificial Intelligence and total automation, where does this leave our product? Where will we still be relevant for our customers? There is a playbook to answer these challenges and in this talk I tell you all about it, and how designers can and should work with Artificial Intelligence.
Plus, “UX-The Musical Nr. 5”. Big thanks to Gunnar, the UXcamp choir, and Marvin! And thanks to Katrin for recording. :-)
In this talk I want to look at The Design of The Future: Where our industry is going, how the role of designers is changing and how to predict all of this. I talk about revolutions in interfaces, intelligence, simplicity and our own work.
Plus, “UX-The Musical Nr. 4”. Big thanks to Aminata, Gunnar and Marvin! And thanks to Martin and Luzi for recording. :-)
Gamification is the art of designing for your users’ motivation and engagement. And you don’t have to be a gamer to implement it! In this talk I show how to solve all your problems through Gamification and also how to make the world a better place ™.
In this talk I want to look into the crystal ball and see what the far future will bring for all of us UX designers. I talk about algorithms, exponential progress, artificial intelligence and procedural literary. At the end we all have a dose of future shock.
Also, once again, we are doing “UX-The Musical Nr. 3”. Big thanks to Tanja Cappell (@frauhoelle), to the Singing Hulks and to Marvin! :-)
Recently I’ve been in many discussions on how to get customers to love a product. Of course this is nothing you can force on them nor can you demand it. To create a product that your customers will love you have to do something else.
In this talk I want to look into the crystal ball and see what the future will bring for all of us UX designers. What is the future of technology? What are business models of the future? And what does that mean for User Experience Design?
Also, once again, we are doing “UX-The Musical!” part 2. Big thanks to The Northern Soul Machine and Marvin. And thanks to Katrin, Granaton and Markus for filming.
Over the years I figured there are many different kinds of designers I’ve worked with. So in this talk I thought it would be fun to discuss this, see which one you are and – of course – see which one is the best. Along the way we discuss rationalizing decisions, the movie trailer method and of course the very surprising whodunnit conclusion.
And as a bonus at the end we do “UX-The Musical!” This originated last year but see for yourself. Big thanks to Aminata, to The Northern Soul Machine and to Confetti-Markus! :-)
For successful projects you need two things: You need to know what you want to do and if this is the right goal, and you need to make sure that everybody involved works towards the same goal. In this talk I explain how to go about this, what this has to do with Disney songs and why song-driven design is the new thing now. Also, I got roughly 400 people to sing about user experience.