The 4th edition of the Experience Design Event took place on November 11-13, 2015 at Designhuis, Eindhoven, in The Netherlands.
Looking back on last week, the event was successful, attracting over 150 international delegates at the seminar and the hackathon, and provided great intellectual and social interaction for the participants.
Top speakers from Dolby Labs, MediaLAB Amsterdam, Design Driven City Helsinki, European Centre for Experience and Transformation Economy, Persona Academy, Living Lab, Stratumseind 2.0, City of Eindhoven, Museum Rotterdam, Erasmus University, DITSS, World of WAW, Wennekes’ office for imagination provided brilliant insights into key areas of interest.
Furthermore, the hackathon explored and revealed interesting development solutions for designing the city of the future.
A photo impression of the conference can be found here. Pictures from the hackathon can be found here.
We want to thank all speakers, partners and attendees for their presence.
We hope to see you again at the next edition of the Experience Design Event or one of the other conferences of Jakajima!
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Tomorrow the Experience Design Event will kick off and there are only a few tickets left! Make sure you get one of those tickets that include:
- a full day of networking
- a conference with keynotes and a wide range of interesting topics
- presentations from well-known speakers
- lunch and drinks
- a networking reception
Besides the Seminar on November 11, The Experience Design event also includes a hackathon, on November 13.
Not convinced yet? Here are the key reasons to visit the conference:
- Get up-to-date on the latest developments and innovations and join the (design) melting pot of physical and vrtual experience
- Enhance your market intelligence by getting new insights
- Develop your technical knowledge
- Expand your network. Talk to future new clients, and start new partnerships with other professionals or innovative startups
- Learn how other professionals create new solutions, ideas and creative ways to support their business model
- Exposure: spread information about your business, while sharing knowledge
- Find out what your competitors are up to and learn ways to better support your own business
- New clients: find companies that need your company’s products and services
We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow!
On November 11-13, 2015, the Experience Design Event will take place at Designhuis in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The event includes a Seminar (November 11) and a hackathon (November 13).
Insights from speakers’ presentations at the Seminar:
- Grayson Byrd , Senior Designer, Dolby Labs, USA about “Creating Meaningful Brand Experiences”: “How can Dolby’s new headquarters inspire and drive the next 50 years of innovation? Grayson will speak on the importance of telling meaningful stories and the value designers bring today in crafting compelling experiences within a large organization.”
- Laura Aalto, Commercial Director, International Design Foundation/Design Driven City about “Design Driven City Helsinki”: “Cities are meant to be used, not looked at. (…) Cities are increasingly complex units, and they need diverse expertise to solve their challenges. Design methods imply permission to do things differently and find even radical ways to operate and build their future.
- Marco van Hout, Program and Design Research Lead, Design and Emotion about “Design Across Cultures – Connecting Ideas, Methods, Insights and Cities Globally”: “Current and future cities are facing similar challenges locally. However, it is not possible to innovate on a global level without ‘measuring’, sharing and building on each other’s work. When it comes to (designed) solutions, this is happening too little.”
- Jan van der Spoel, Creative Director, Persona Academy, about “Understanding (irrational) customer behavior”: “People don’t say what they think and don’t do what they say”; “Human behaviour is the start of customer experience design. Understanding behaviour, in turn, starts with looking at how the brain processes information.”
- Léon Wennekes, Owner, Wennekes’ office for imagination about “Virtual Reality Experiences for (p)leasure and education”: “Making the invisible visible: will Virtual Reality finally make a breakthrough?”
Find more about the event’s full program and registration.
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