My speech at the San Francisco Design Week about design for the experience.
There is no life without evolution. Products, services, systems and solutions, like living organisms, come into the world, grow, struggle to survive and eventually die. They change and evolve, trying to fit a complex environment shaped by people needs and expectations, competitive or alternative experiences and emerging trends. Survive only those that can adapt and continue offering their users superior quality experiences. Design has the means to understand people and environments and the power of moulding experiences. It can thus shape experiences while changing over time artifacts and interfaces with whom people interact. How can design manage this evolution? The key is in adopting a continuous experience-centered approach.