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UX Alive Conference speaker is Sophie Kleber (Huge) presentations


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About Anticipatory Design,
Part of Huge's applied innovation group, Sophie plays a leadership role in key stages of research, product definition and interaction design for some of Huge's largest clients. Previousy, she designed complex software applications in her hometown of Berlin, Germany. Sophie is a Fulbright alumna and holds an MFA in graphic design from Fachhochschule Potsdam and a master's in product design from Germany's University of the Arts.

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UX Alive Conference speaker is Sophie Kleber (Huge) presentations

  1. 1. Anticipatory design. Designing digital services with no screen and no user interaction.
  2. 2. Now.
  3. 3. We are here
  4. 4. 35000
  5. 5. The shift.
  6. 6. More.Less.
  7. 7. Technology will move off the screen and will become the (invisible) engine that powers the real world around us.
  8. 8. 4.9 billion
  9. 9. Society will harness information in novel ways to produce useful insights or goods and services of significant value.
  10. 10. 1 day
  11. 11. Anticipatory design.
  12. 12. 1. Data will the foundation of every service. 2. AI will simplify the most complex. 3. Most user interactions will become obsolete. 4. Privacy will change its meaning.
  13. 13. Getting to no UI.
  14. 14. Shifting screens
  15. 15. Context aware information projected into the environment.
  16. 16. Know context.
  17. 17. No screens
  18. 18. Interacting with services in ways that don’t require GUIs.
  19. 19. Know your place in the network.
  20. 20. No UI
  21. 21. Anticipatory adjustment without conscious human involvement.
  22. 22. What if you get it wrong?
  23. 23. Know how to serve.
  24. 24. Getting ready.
  25. 25. 1. Know context. 2. Know your place in the network. 3. Know how to serve.
  26. 26. When technology becomes invisible it will give people back the most valuable thing they have - time.
  27. 27. Questions.