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As an interdisciplinary design studio, envis precisely combines the best from user experience design and experimental media installations. We see ourselves as generalists and we love it. Our firm …

As an interdisciplinary design studio, envis precisely combines the best from user experience design and experimental media installations. We see ourselves as generalists and we love it. Our firm believe is that if designers and developers work closely together it will lead to better results. But why is a good Experience important and how can we create an interactive Experience?

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  • 1. DESIGNING interactive EXPERIENCE#CodeMotionBerlin 10.05.2013
  • 2. Hello!Thomas Gläserwww.envis-precisely.com@envisprecisely#CodeMotionBerlin 🕅🕆🕇🕊
  • 3. DESIGNING interactive EXPERIENCE
  • 4. DESIGNING EXPERIENCE?
  • 5. EXPERIENCE
  • 6. EXPERIENCE is a collection of eventsand/or activities from which anindividual or group may gatherknowledge, opinions and skills.Wikipedia
  • 7. interactive EXPERIENCE
  • 8. 👤 📷
  • 9. 👤 ⌨
  • 10. 👤 
  • 11. 👤 🚀
  • 12. 👤 🔦
  • 13. »Were filling up the world withtechnology and devices, but wevelost sight of an important question:What is this stuff for?What value does it add to our lives?«John Tackara – In the Bubble: Designing for a Complex World
  • 14. 👤 🔦
  • 15. 🔦
  • 16. not useful…
  • 17. 🔋
  • 18. useful!
  • 19. 🔦
  • 20. not usable…
  • 21. 🔦
  • 22. 🔦
  • 23. 🔦
  • 24. usable!
  • 25. gimme more!
  • 26. FunctionalityVisuality InteractivityusefuluseablemeaningfulForm Factorsof User Experience
  • 27. THIS IS HOW WE DO IT*sing*
  • 28. FUNCTIONALITY
  • 29. INTERACTIVITY
  • 30. VISUALITY
  • 31. DESIGNING interactive EXPERIENCE
  • 32. PROTOTYPING interactive EXPERIENCE
  • 33. CREATIVE interactive PROTOTYPING
  • 34. Proximity SensorGyroscopeCameraLight SensorAccelerometerMicrophoneGPSCompassTouchArduino micro controller
  • 35. Proximity SensorGyroscopeCameraLight SensorAccelerometerMicrophoneGPSCompassTouch
  • 36. »Deutsches Museum has anew crown jewel.«Horst Seehofer – Minister President of Bavaria
  • 37. »Prototyping is not a method.It‘s an attitude towards life.«
  • 38. what PEOPLE likeBEWARE!PRO INSIGHTS!based on our experience
  • 39. People like to...be impressed by complexity
  • 40. ENO HENZE – TIMELAPSE/MNEMOSYNE
  • 41. People like to...test the Machine
  • 42. ENVIS PRECISELY – PUSH GENERATOR
  • 43. ENVIS PRECISELY – PUSH GENERATOR
  • 44. JENS FRANKE & THOMAS GLÄSER – EARTHWALK
  • 45. People like to...be passive (or just reactive)
  • 46. INFORMATION LAB – CELL PHONE DISCO
  • 47. People like to...see their self while interacting
  • 48. BENEDIKT GROSS – ATTACK & SWAP
  • 49. People like to...just have fun
  • 50. ARAM BARTHOLL – 0,16
  • 51. People like to... be impressed by complexity test the Machine be passive (or just reactive) see their self while interacting just have fun
  • 52. Servus!Thomas Gläserwww.envis-precisely.com@envisprecisely#CodeMotionBerlin 🕅🕆🕇🕊