information confusion• too much information
[ex: a huge variety of boards in different consistencies]• not enough information [ex: general sense of direction at the entrance, no english]• information at the wrong place [ex: they have lines for each purpose, but signs are hidden]
DesignINg Shanghai is a unique
celebrationof all things UX, taking place on 5thNovember 2011.Find yourself immersed in User CenteredDesign through lightning talks, miniworkshops and a city-wide research & rapidprototyping exercise.In the morning, speakers from Frog, IDEOwill be sharing their insight, approach andmethodology, helping you to make themost out of the afternoon workshop.From lunchtime onwards, you will have theopportunity to form teams, choose a designchallenge and head out to public areas inShanghai to research your chosen problem(these could be anything... From tacklingroad safety to improving the Peoples Parkmarriage market). On return to the UX Dayvenue, teams will synthesize their research,brainstorm solutions and create rapidprototypes to share with the rest of thegroup.