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Creating the Burning Man Experience
Megan Miller
Burning Man Project
Jesse James Garrett
Adaptive Path
DREAM VIDEO
Burning man
Then
Burning Man
Now
Theme camps are created
BY participants,
The Pier 2, 2012
1. T
“My closest friends
today are the people
who built this with
me.”
- Chris Webb, Construction Lead, Trojan Horse, 2011
Regional
Network
• 65+ Annual Events
• 34 countries
• 45 U.S. States
Pictured: Afrikaburn, South Africa, 2015, 12K people
JB
Burning Japan
10 Principles of Burning
Man1. Radical Inclusion
2. Gifting
3. Decommodification
4. Radical Self-Reliance
5. Radical Self-...
Burning Man Project
The Magic Circle
Trust
Trust
Play and Flow
Openness and Change
Fly Ranch: a new platform for
the future
Thank You!!
More Info:
burningman.org
flyranch.burningman.org
Contact:
megan@burningman.org
Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16
Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16
Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16
Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16
Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16
Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16
Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16
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Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16

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Every year, a city of 70,000 people rises up in the remote Nevada desert for a week-long celebration of human creativity and self-expression, before vanishing back into the dust. Many participants say their experiences at the Burning Man festival have transformed their lives. But what makes Burning Man so compelling that people return to this harsh environment year after year? In 2014, a team from Burning Man, working in collaboration with Adaptive Path, set out to find out. In this talk, Burning Man Director of Communications Megan Miller and Adaptive Path Chief Creative Officer Jesse James Garrett share the insights they discovered, and their implications beyond the festival for experience design and for society.

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Megan Miller and Jesse James Garrett // Creating the Burning Man Experience // UX Week 16

  1. 1. Creating the Burning Man Experience Megan Miller Burning Man Project Jesse James Garrett Adaptive Path
  2. 2. DREAM VIDEO
  3. 3. Burning man Then
  4. 4. Burning Man Now
  5. 5. Theme camps are created BY participants,
  6. 6. The Pier 2, 2012 1. T
  7. 7. “My closest friends today are the people who built this with me.” - Chris Webb, Construction Lead, Trojan Horse, 2011
  8. 8. Regional Network • 65+ Annual Events • 34 countries • 45 U.S. States Pictured: Afrikaburn, South Africa, 2015, 12K people
  9. 9. JB Burning Japan
  10. 10. 10 Principles of Burning Man1. Radical Inclusion 2. Gifting 3. Decommodification 4. Radical Self-Reliance 5. Radical Self-Expression 6. Communal Effort 7. Civic Responsibility 8. Leave No Trace 9. Participation 10. Immediacy
  11. 11. Burning Man Project
  12. 12. The Magic Circle
  13. 13. Trust
  14. 14. Trust
  15. 15. Play and Flow
  16. 16. Openness and Change
  17. 17. Fly Ranch: a new platform for the future
  18. 18. Thank You!! More Info: burningman.org flyranch.burningman.org Contact: megan@burningman.org

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