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At the Interaction12 Redux on the 18th of May in Utrecht, I spoke about why the conference was such a great experience.

At the Interaction12 Redux on the 18th of May in Utrecht, I spoke about why the conference was such a great experience.

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  • Hello.\nI want to start with a clip of a movie made by attendees of the Interaction12 conference.\nSome of you may already have seen this, but some of you may not, so here we go.\n
  • \n
  • ixd’ers like talking about ixd, they like talking about themselves\n\nand yes, in a way, I will also, in this presentation.\n
  • In this presentation I will tell you about my experience at the Interaction12 conference. And why it was a great experience.\n\nI will speak about 4 themes I picked up.\nMaybe the themes I chose won’t tell you that much about the conference, but actually more about me.\n
  • Interaction12 was, in short, great for 2 reasons. \n\nFirst reason:\nFor the interactions, meeting, networking...\n
  • talking, discussing, debating...\n
  • And partying...\n\nWhich was great: on the one hand you feel part of an awesome ixd crowd.\n
  • At the same time you start thinking about yourself, \nhow do you describe yourself, \nhow do you differentiate yourself, \nwhat are your unique selling points? \n
  • Yes, yes, this is me:\n\nIf you’d asked me on the Interaction12 conference, I would have said:\nHello, I’m Nico Druif.\nI’m a freelance interaction designer working on a more usable and desirable web, one screen at a time.\n\nAnd it’s really fun, things go fine.\n
  • But I can really say Interaction12 changed me! There really is a before / after.\n\nIt really expanded my world:\n\n- a lot of new international ixd friends\n- just the fact I’m standing and speaking here right now, is evidence for this expanded world: if I didn't go to Interaction12, I wouldn't be standing here today\n- I wouldn't have organized today’s program, if I didn't go to Interaction12. I got involved actively with ixd community.\n\nIt’s great if things go well, but go to such a conference and things go even better!\n
  • That was the first reason why I think it was a great conference: it expanded my world.\n\nNow for reason 2.\nOf course, there were many inspiring presentations. \n\nI made a couple of short clips of speakers as examples of 4 themes I picked up at Interaction12.\nThese clips will all take about 1 and a half minute each.\nThe first theme will be introduced by Amber Case.\n
  • (De toekomst: invisible interfaces? In plaats van persistent interfaces die voortbouwen op al bekende concepten. Nee: we willen nieuwe superhuman interfaces, die verder gaan dan bekende concepten, bijvoorbeeld de haptic compass.)\n\nNext in this same theme is Dirk Knemeyer.\n
  • (Echte betekenisvolle (zowel positief als negatief) momenten in ons leven hebben te maken met andere mensen, zelden met technologie. Wat kunnen we doen om levens beter gelukkiger en betekenisvol te maken? \n\nMenswetenschappen moeten een vast onderdeel zijn van ons werk. Hij toont ons ook meerdere modellen, zoals MBTI die we hiervoor kunnen gebruiken. Interaction designers kunnen hierin een leidende rol spelen om dit meer in het ontwerpproces op te nemen!)\n
  • Dirk Knemeyer wraps up my first of four themes: think beyond our day-today work. \n\nI would like to go beyond designing screens. \nMaking interfaces adaptive to indivuals, to unique humans, their personality and their emotions.\nWe should think of making superhuman interfaces, really different from what already exists.\n\n(mbti myers briggs, personas, thinking of doing non-screen projects etc.)\n
  • Dirk Knemeyer also introduced my second theme: we are changing people’s lives. \n\nWe should be aware we influence the quality of our users lives and their happiness. \nI incorporate human understanding in my design process.\nI love to work, sketch, test, design with people, it gives you lots of relevant information in a quick way.\nWe should look for what the user wants and can do in stead of what he can not do.\n\nAlso, the next speaker is an example of this theme: Adrian Westaway.\n\n(mbti myers briggs, personas, thinking of doing non-screen projects etc.)\n
  • (Via veldonderzoek (op heel speelse en toegankelijke manier) met de doelgroep vonden ze waar een probleem lag, en waar ze iets konden doen, zodat mensen blij bleven bij het gebruik van een nieuwe telefoon.)\n\nMy next theme, introduced by Jonas Lowgren.\n
  • (Jonas Lowgren pleit voor het grote belang van sketching & exploring. Ontwerpers moeten ook high fidelity schetsen kunnen maken, we moeten dingen kunnen bouwen: prototying, maar gemaakt met een 'schets-mindset'. )\n
  • This is the third theme I picked up.\nI absolutely love sketching, I think designers should be sketching during the whole process, and my clients really appreciate it!\n\nBut this means we should be able to build hifi sketches too. Prototyping, coding, to create great designs.\n\nNext is the fourth and final theme I want to point out, illustrated by Anthony Dunne.\n
  • (Niet alleen uitgaan van hoe de wereld is, maar vragen stellen hoe het zou kunnen zijn. Ontwerpen voor werkelijkheden die (nog) niet bestaan. Vervolgens kan zo'n vreemde humoristische fantasiewereld iets vertellen of reflecteren op onze werkelijke wereld.)\n
  • That was the fourth and final theme I want to point out.\n\nWhich is about reflection, research and speculations on how the world could be.\nI like design projects creating starting points and platforms for discussion.\n\nAlso, the presentation of Irene van Peer this afternoon, sort of fits into this theme, creating a platform for discussion with their project.\n\n
  • There were many inspiring presentations. And I showed you 4 themes I picked up at the conference. Of course you can see the whole presentations for yourself on the Interaction12 vimeo channel.\n\nThis is reason 2 for why Interaction12 was a great experience.\n\nAs I said before, the themes I chose might not tell you that much about the conference, but actually more about me.\n
  • So, this is me again, but I added the 4 themes of inspiration.\nI use this inspiration in my day-to-day work, which now is even more fun.\n\nSo now, I want to end my presentation with the question I’m thinking about now:\n“how will I now describe what I do as an interaction designer?”\nI will show you 3 options. I want to ask you to raise hands for the option you like.\n
  • Please raise hands if...\n
  • \n

Interaction12 Redux Nico Druif Interaction12 Redux Nico Druif Presentation Transcript

  • How was it for you? @NicoDruif Hello. I want to start with a clip of a movie made by attendees of the Interaction12 conference. Some of you may already have seen this, but some of you may not, so here we go.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buqQ03DayHI
  • Ixd’ers like talking about ixd, and they like talking about themselvesand yes, in a way, I will also, in this presentation.
  • Tell me what #ixd12 presentations youliked and I will tell you who you are In this presentation I will tell you about my experience at the Interaction12 conference. And why it was a great experience. I will speak about 4 themes I picked up. Maybe the themes I chose won’t tell you that much about the conference, but actually more about me.
  • Interaction12 was, in short, great for 2 reasons. First reason:For the interactions, meeting, networking...
  • talking, discussing, debating...
  • And partying...Which was great: on the one hand you feel part of an awesome ixd crowd.
  • At the same time you start thinking about yourself, how do you describe yourself,how do you differentiate yourself, what are your unique selling points?
  • 8 years experience all rounder: - sketching, - prototyping, - testing, - building... Dutch network - user centered design, - semantic web, - social, communities, - adaptive web... Yes, yes, this is me: If you’d asked me on the Interaction12 conference, I would have said: Hello, I’m Nico Druif. I’m a freelance interaction designer working on a morefreelance interaction designer usable and desirable web, one screen at a time.working on a more usable anddesirable web, one screen at a time And it’s really fun, things go fine.
  • BEFORE AFTER 8 years experience speaker all rounder: - sketching, - prototyping, - testing, organiser Redux - building... Dutch network international network - user centered design, But I can really say - semantic web, Interaction12 changed me! There really is a - social, communities, before / after. - adaptive web... It really expanded my world: - a lot of new international ixd friends - just the fact I’m standing and speaking here right now, is evidence for this expanded world: if I didnt go to Interaction12, I wouldnt be standing here today - I wouldnt have organized today’s program, if I didnt go to Interaction12. Ifreelance interaction designer got involved actively with ixd community.working on a more usable anddesirable web, one screen at a timeIt’s great if things go well, but go to such a conference and things go even better!
  • It’s world expanding That was the first reason why I think it was a great conference: it expanded my world. Now for reason 2. Of course, there were many inspiring presentations.I made a couple of short clips of speakers as examples of 4 themes I picked up at Interaction12. These clips will all take about 1 and a half minute each. The first theme will be introduced by Amber Case.
  • Next in this same theme is Dirk Knemeyer.Amber Case: cyborg anthropologist about thefuture of the interface http://vimeo.com/37559108
  • Dirk Knemeyer: understanding us http://vimeo.com/38650724
  • Think beyond your day-to-day work Dirk Knemeyer wraps up my first of four themes: think beyond our day-today work. I would like to go beyond designing screens.Making interfaces adaptive to indivuals, to unique humans, their personality and their emotions. We should think of making superhuman interfaces, really different from what already exists.
  • We are life changers improve the quality of our world Dirk Knemeyer also introduced my second theme: we are changing people’s lives. We should be aware we influence the quality of our users lives and their happiness. I incorporate human understanding in my design process.I love to work, sketch, test, design with people, it gives you lots of relevant information in a quick way. We should look for what the user wants and can do in stead of what he can not do. Also, the next speaker is an example of this theme: Adrian Westaway.
  • My next theme, introduced by Jonas Lowgren.Adrian Westaway: bananas, technology and magichttp://vimeo.com/39230016
  • Jonas Löwgren: Exploring, Sketching and otherDesignerly Ways of Working http://vimeo.com/37614760
  • High fidelity sketching designers should be able to build stuff This is the third theme I picked up. I absolutely love sketching, I think designers should be sketching during the whole process, and my clients really appreciate it! But this means we should be able to build hifi sketches too. Prototyping, coding, to create great designs. Next is the fourth and final theme I want to point out, illustrated by Anthony Dunne.
  • Anthony Dunne: What If... Crafting DesignSpeculations http://vimeo.com/37557758
  • Critical designdesign projects as platforms for discussion That was the fourth and final theme I want to point out. Which is about reflection, research and speculations on how the world could be. I like design projects creating starting points and platforms for discussion. Also, the presentation of Irene van Peer this afternoon, sort of fits into this theme, creating a platform for discussion with their project.
  • It’s inspiring• Think beyond your day-to-day work• We are life changers, improving the quality of our world• High fidelity sketching, designers should be able to build stuff• Critical design, design projects as platforms for discussion There were many inspiring presentations. And I showed you 4 themes I picked up at the conference. Of course you can see the whole presentations for yourself on the Interaction12 vimeo channel. This is reason 2 for why Interaction12 was a great experience. As I said before, the themes I chose might not tell you that much about the conference, but actually more about me.
  • BEFORE AFTER 8 years experience speaker all rounder: - sketching, - prototyping, organiser Redux - testing, - developing international network Dutch network - thinking beyond - user centered design, - people’s lives changer - semantic web, - able to build stuff - social, communities, - design projects for discussion - adaptive web... So, this is me again, but I added the 4 themes of inspiration. I use this inspiration in my day-to-day work, which now is even morefreelance interaction designerworking on a more usable and fun. ?desirable web, one screen at a time So now, I want to end my presentation with the question I’m thinking about now...
  • What do you do?• freelance happiness designer• freelance interaction designer working on happy interactions• freelance interaction designer working on a more usable and desirable world “how will I now describe what I do as an interaction designer?” I will show you 3 options. I want to ask you to raise hands for the option you like.
  • Thank you @NicoDruif