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Design Thinking Flash Sessions - Event Experience Design

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In the 12th With Company Design Thinking Flash Session, Claudia Brückner will talk to us about how the digital age has fundamentally changed our ability to access knowledge and to communicate & collaborate. This causes vast consequences for conferences and similar events as the roles of speaker and participants have altered. To create meaning and stay meaningful, conferences need to reflect those changes by facilitating interactions between the participants instead of merely delivering passive top-down experience. Event Experience Design is a discipline, process and set of tools to create conference experiences that facilitate human interactions. Claudia will share some cases to illustrate how to use the Event Experience Design tools & process.

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Design Thinking Flash Sessions - Event Experience Design

  1. 1. Why are you going to conferences ?
  2. 2. Source: Rob Hyndman What you get.
  3. 3. Katharina-Paulus-Str. Status quo ConferencesStatus quo Conferences most Conferences are as interactive, inspiring & collaborative as watching TV
  4. 4. We need Formats that reflect those changes.
  5. 5. We need Formats that reflect those changes. That are worth the travel to a physical meeting. 1 That make use of the time & space before and after a physical meeting. 2
  6. 6. Cases
  7. 7. Synchronicity
 Berlin Cases
  8. 8. Source: Synchronicity Berlin
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  16. 16. Source: Synchronicity Berlin
  17. 17. Service Experience Camp Cases
  18. 18. Source: Service Experience Camp
  19. 19. Source: Service Experience Camp
  20. 20. SXSW Panel Picker Cases
  21. 21. Source: SXSW
  22. 22. Source: SXSW
  23. 23. re:publica
 Analog Twitter Wall Cases
  24. 24. Source: re:publica
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  30. 30. Summit of Newthinking Cases
  31. 31. Source: newthinking
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  36. 36. 4531km.eu 
 Roadtrip Cases
  37. 37. Source: 4531km.eu
  38. 38. Source: 4531km.eu
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  41. 41. Source: 4531km.eu
  42. 42. Tools
  43. 43. Why How Who What Golden Circle adapted from the „Golden Circle“ Developing an 
 Event Identity & Vision Tools
  44. 44. Stakeholder Map Location Host Participants Organizer Sponsor Speaker Mapping out the 
 Stakeholders of your Event Tools
  45. 45. Designers Developers Entrepreneurs Artists Researchers Service Designers & Consultants Product & Strategy People Mapping out different participants 
 of your Event Tools Stakeholder Map
  46. 46. Source: Service Design Berlin Tools Blueprint Planning what needs to happen 
 „backstage“ 

  47. 47. Desktop Walkthrough Photo: big-design.org Tools Prototyping the stakeholder flow during the event
  48. 48. Source: re:publica Co-Creation Tools Co-Creating the experience with the participants
  49. 49. Source: re:publica
  50. 50. Claudia Brückner twitter slideshare medium

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