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Designing the Human Experience - Mike McManus (modified)

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Agenda - A little about my background - Interdisciplinary design - Taming complexity - Study users - Forget technology and iterate - Innovate, play, create - Dream bigger - Q&A Me Electro-La-Z-Boy? (with integrated turntable and massively distributed toasting capability)
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Interface design
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Pete Joe
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MAYA IR&D: Interstacks
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taming complexity TM Tame complexity, don’t eliminate it Context matters. Where it is… Is what it is…
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MAYA | Visage Visage forms a foundation for pervasive computing Information-centric, polymorphic collaboration VISAGE | Polymorphism
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MAYA Viz | Command Post of the Future Collaborating visualizations allow a distributed organization to attack a problem with agility Study users.
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Personas help us to understand key types of users Physical realm Digital realm Human realm Personas help us map breakpoints Overview > Research > Analysis > Design
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after Consistent across “user interfaces” from website to physical site… Consistent even across “user interfaces” throughout the network of buildings (and across architectural
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Unformatted text preview: styles)… Dynamic signage (projection on glass) static signage Use the right information in the right place at the right time taming complexity TM What if interfaces belonged to each user and not to each machine? MAYA | Design Research: Personal Universal Controller (PUC) In preliminary PUC tests, users completed tasks with 50% fewer errors -- and in half the time. taming complexity TM We study users (hint: if they apologize, you’ve failed.) Forget technology and iterate. The Starter Kit Eaton | Home Heartbeat TM Home Heartbeat Approaches Innovate, play, create. Muytrix360 MAYA | Design Research: Muybridge360 Muytrix360 MAYA | Design Research: Muybridge360 Dream bigger. what will you, the next generation of thinkers think? (show that stuff with those things now)...
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