Designing for Meaningfulness means looking further than the immediate interactions with technology and focusing on purpose in life, relationships with others and with ourselves. This talk, aimed at a UX and digital experience audience, helps to expand on this narrative from the perspective of our online experiences and explores:
- How people become participants and engage with products and services
- Our fascination with screens
- Non-Screen, Tangible Devices, what does this mean and what does it mean to product developers and designers, especially in a UX context
- The role of craft in future smart products
- The Mechanics of Meaningfulness – what should we consider when designing for meaningful experiences?
- A set of questions for product developers and designers to consider when designing not just a product, but also an experience.
This talk can be customized to nearly any industry – here’s a testimonial from when it was presented to jewellery designers:
“Thanks a million. Everyone loved it! It will be hard for the next speaker to follow!“
Andreas Wagner, Koalition
- Meaningful design
- Smart products
- User experience
- Design thinking
- User centred design
- UX, Digital Experiences
- The role of the screen in technology and design
This talk is presented as either a shorter, 30 minute talk or a longer, 45 to 60 minute talk with room for discussion and debate. It is available as an online talk.
This talk is provided in Keynote format, 16 x 9.
This talk can be tailored towards an audience of:
- Health care / Medical devices
- Product development