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THREE REMINDERS
ANDREA @RESMINI
UX LAUSANNE 2015
CLOSING KEYNOTE
S. ANDERSON, UXLS15 (@SKYNEBULA, HTTPS://TWITTER.COM/SKYNEBULA/STATUS/606372002174246912)
“experience orientation”
“when you have the whole”
LE CORBUSIER, GRAIN SILO, CANADA
FORD MODEL T
HIGHCLERE CASTLE
“eyes that do not see”
LE CORBUSIER, VILLE SAVOYE
a new spirit
magic
complex
reductionism
“business first!”
PAPHOTOS.CO.UK
ARTSCYCLERY.COM
SUFFRAGETTES (IRENEOGRIZEK.COM)
FRIESE JOHN F. - FARM BLACKSMITHING – THE-SAVOISIEN.COM
socio-technical
W. E. BIJKER, OF BICYCLES, BAKELITES, AND BULBS (1995)
if business drives
design, design is
unnecessary
THE BROX SISTERS TUNE THEIR RADIO, 1920s (WIKIPEDIA)
birth of the soap
peer-to-peer
BOAOREVIEW.ORG
complexity
BUSINESS
TECHNOLOGY
ORGANIZATION
BUSINESS
TECHNOLOGY
ORGANIZATION
DESIGN
TECHNOLOGY
BUSINESS
digimodernism
cultural shift
THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT
raw and visceral
STEVEN SEAGAL: LAWMAN
actors not users
post-digital
digital just is
MALUS DOMESTICA, LOVEMALUS.WORDPRESS.COM
the Web is all over
convergence
JSJOUST.COM
cross-channel
BLOG.SEVANVATOSSIAN.COM
CASHIER?
CROSS-CHANNEL
POST-DIGITAL
DIGIMODERN
COMPLEXITY
CITY AT NIGHT, K. GROWFORD
plenitude
THE IMITATION GAME (2014)
FHSW.WIKIA.COM
with great power..
the big picture
mass production
advertising
scholarship
the reformation
childhood
G. PAUWELS, TWO-WHEELER, HTTPS://WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/FROSCH50/14858462743/
360TEE.NET
complexity ++
wired for seeking
meaning-making
storytelling
granularity
COMMONPLACE BOOK OF POEMS, MID 1700
BODLEIAN LIBRARY, COMMONPLACE BOOK ~1795
“it’s dinosaurs
watching termites
taking over the world”
J. NAUGHTON, FROM GUTENBERG TO ZUCKERBERG (2012)
B. AND L. FLICKINGER, HTTP://WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/56155476@N08/6659992675/
pattern-weavers
blended spaces
silently create
new rules
ethics
politics
control
GEORGES-EUGÈNE HAUSSMANN (WIKIPEDIA)
C. Pissarro, Avenue de l’Opera
public order
E. DELACROIX, LIBERTY GUIDING THE PEOPLE, 1830 (WIKIPEDIA)
“the gutting of old
Paris, of the quarter of
riots and barricades”
THE MIRROR (mirror.co.uk)
information space is
also a political construct
(J. BEIBER, PROTEST AGAINST CHRIS HANI’S ASSASSINATION, 1993)
easy to control?
MAPHILL
MAPHILL
in need of control?
escaping control?
“eyes that do not see”
I. CALVINO, INVISIBLE CITIES (1972)
why tell you?
the 99%
make the architecture
visible and actionable
go out
do your best
be aware
be agents of change
be architects
thank you
ANDREA @RESMINI
UX LAUSANNE 2015
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Three Reminders

  1. 1. THREE REMINDERS ANDREA @RESMINI UX LAUSANNE 2015 CLOSING KEYNOTE
  2. 2. S. ANDERSON, UXLS15 (@SKYNEBULA, HTTPS://TWITTER.COM/SKYNEBULA/STATUS/606372002174246912)
  3. 3. “experience orientation”
  4. 4. “when you have the whole”
  5. 5. LE CORBUSIER, GRAIN SILO, CANADA
  6. 6. FORD MODEL T
  7. 7. HIGHCLERE CASTLE
  8. 8. “eyes that do not see”
  9. 9. LE CORBUSIER, VILLE SAVOYE
  10. 10. a new spirit
  11. 11. magic
  12. 12. complex
  13. 13. reductionism
  14. 14. “business first!”
  15. 15. PAPHOTOS.CO.UK
  16. 16. ARTSCYCLERY.COM
  17. 17. SUFFRAGETTES (IRENEOGRIZEK.COM)
  18. 18. FRIESE JOHN F. - FARM BLACKSMITHING – THE-SAVOISIEN.COM
  19. 19. socio-technical
  20. 20. W. E. BIJKER, OF BICYCLES, BAKELITES, AND BULBS (1995)
  21. 21. if business drives design, design is unnecessary
  22. 22. THE BROX SISTERS TUNE THEIR RADIO, 1920s (WIKIPEDIA)
  23. 23. birth of the soap
  24. 24. peer-to-peer
  25. 25. BOAOREVIEW.ORG
  26. 26. complexity
  27. 27. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION
  28. 28. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION
  29. 29. DESIGN TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS
  30. 30. digimodernism
  31. 31. cultural shift
  32. 32. THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT
  33. 33. raw and visceral
  34. 34. STEVEN SEAGAL: LAWMAN
  35. 35. actors not users
  36. 36. post-digital
  37. 37. digital just is
  38. 38. MALUS DOMESTICA, LOVEMALUS.WORDPRESS.COM
  39. 39. the Web is all over
  40. 40. convergence
  41. 41. JSJOUST.COM
  42. 42. cross-channel
  43. 43. BLOG.SEVANVATOSSIAN.COM
  44. 44. CASHIER?
  45. 45. CROSS-CHANNEL POST-DIGITAL DIGIMODERN COMPLEXITY
  46. 46. CITY AT NIGHT, K. GROWFORD
  47. 47. plenitude
  48. 48. THE IMITATION GAME (2014)
  49. 49. FHSW.WIKIA.COM
  50. 50. with great power..
  51. 51. the big picture
  52. 52. mass production
  53. 53. advertising
  54. 54. scholarship
  55. 55. the reformation
  56. 56. childhood
  57. 57. G. PAUWELS, TWO-WHEELER, HTTPS://WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/FROSCH50/14858462743/
  58. 58. 360TEE.NET
  59. 59. complexity ++
  60. 60. wired for seeking
  61. 61. meaning-making
  62. 62. storytelling
  63. 63. granularity
  64. 64. COMMONPLACE BOOK OF POEMS, MID 1700
  65. 65. BODLEIAN LIBRARY, COMMONPLACE BOOK ~1795
  66. 66. “it’s dinosaurs watching termites taking over the world” J. NAUGHTON, FROM GUTENBERG TO ZUCKERBERG (2012)
  67. 67. B. AND L. FLICKINGER, HTTP://WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/56155476@N08/6659992675/
  68. 68. pattern-weavers
  69. 69. blended spaces
  70. 70. silently create new rules
  71. 71. ethics
  72. 72. politics
  73. 73. control
  74. 74. GEORGES-EUGÈNE HAUSSMANN (WIKIPEDIA)
  75. 75. C. Pissarro, Avenue de l’Opera
  76. 76. public order
  77. 77. E. DELACROIX, LIBERTY GUIDING THE PEOPLE, 1830 (WIKIPEDIA)
  78. 78. “the gutting of old Paris, of the quarter of riots and barricades”
  79. 79. THE MIRROR (mirror.co.uk)
  80. 80. information space is also a political construct
  81. 81. (J. BEIBER, PROTEST AGAINST CHRIS HANI’S ASSASSINATION, 1993)
  82. 82. easy to control?
  83. 83. MAPHILL
  84. 84. MAPHILL
  85. 85. in need of control?
  86. 86. escaping control?
  87. 87. “eyes that do not see”
  88. 88. I. CALVINO, INVISIBLE CITIES (1972)
  89. 89. why tell you?
  90. 90. the 99%
  91. 91. make the architecture visible and actionable
  92. 92. go out
  93. 93. do your best
  94. 94. be aware
  95. 95. be agents of change
  96. 96. be architects
  97. 97. thank you ANDREA @RESMINI UX LAUSANNE 2015

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