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Conferencias alrededor del mundo sobre UX, HCI, UI, etc…

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Alrededor del mundo, una gran cantidad de conferencias relacionadas a la UX se dan cada año, aquí les presentamos todas ellas gracias a la Interaction Design Foundation.

La primer bloque es de las que se van a dar muy pronto:


En este segundo bloque, el resto de ellas:

Learn five steps to tackle wicked problems by combining systems thinking with agile methodology. Many successful organizations like Boeing, Walmart, Chrysler and Hewlett-Packard (HP) have adopted agile methodology and have been achieving success and innovation through this collaborative method. By becoming more agile, the team at Chrysler had innovated their steering wheel, outpacing Ford and GM. By incorporating customer input into their design process, Boeing produced a new airline fleet in record time. New problems require innovative thinking, and innovative ideas arise from new perspectives.\r\n10 Characteristics of Wicked ProblemsSo what defines a wicked problem? Horst Rittel (1930-1990),...
Career changes aren’t always money oriented. While UX designers can earn up to $120,000 a year according to Dashburst’s(1) analysis of UX jobs, it’s fair to say that many business managers make similar salaries. However, business managers like you are often concerned with the bottom line, and there’s no doubt that UX design has a huge impact on that bottom line; research by DMI(2) shows that companies that use UX design processes have a 228{067b48602d19a63bddb6bf2fe99645291abd03ba858f82437ce0012fdb46da52} bigger return on their investments when compared to those that don’t.It’s also possible that you simply want to change your focus from people and processes to products. There’s something incredibly satisfying about being part of a team that creates aweso...
The spaces we occupy deeply influence our experiences, our feelings, and our behaviours. Our state of health, psychology, productivity, mood, and creativity spaces influence us on many levels and also influence our interactions with each other. The spaces in which we journey through Design Thinking and Ideation sessions must be set up in such a way that they facilitate the purpose behind each phase or step appropriately. This involves creating an environment in which the team is free to embrace the mindsets required at each point in their process without the intervention of others who may not understand what they are doing and why.\r\nFreedom to Think and ExpressWith all their thoughts out in...
Mobile designs need to take into account the way that users work with a mobile phone. That means understanding that distractions can come into play when the smartphone is in use and also ensuring that you make the input process as simple as possible to counteract their impact. Luke Wroblewski suggests the “one thumb, one eyeball” test as an efficient way of coming to grips with this problem. It may help make your mobile designs more user friendly and enhance the mobile user experience.Author/Copyright holder: Z22. Copyright terms and licence: CC BY-SA 3.0\r\nAnalysing usage patterns for smartphones is a complicated affair. The ThinSlices app design site takes a close look at how smartphones ar...
Empathy is an important element in Design Thinking and Human-Centred Design. What is empathy exactly? Why is empathy so important to designing solutions that actually work for people? Here, we’ll not only look at what empathy means, but will also look at how it helps design thinkers create solutions that work and, conversely, how a lack of empathy can result in product failure. We’ll also come to understand the empowering notion that everyone can master empathy and design truly human-centred solutions.\r\nWhat Is Empathy Exactly?In a general sense, empathy is our ability to see the world through other people\'s eyes, to see what they see, feel what they feel, and experience things as they do. O...
Einstein was certainly right — we can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them. In addition, with the rapid changes in society, the methods we have previously used to solve many of the problems we face are no longer effective. We need to develop new ways of thinking in order to design better solutions, services and experiences that solve our current problems. Design Thinking steps in with a bold newly systematised and non-linear human-centred approach. This will help us radically change how we go about exploring problems and creating solutions to those problems.\r\nThe problems designers, business owners, and engineers face today are in a whole new level...
The end goal of a Design Thinking work process is to create a solution that is desirable, feasible, and viable. This means that your product or solution should not only satisfy the needs of a user but be easy to implement and have a commercial model as well. During the bulk of your Design Thinking work process, desirability would be at the forefront, as you are concerned with testing your ideas and validating your hypotheses about your users. Towards the end of your project, however, you should bring the focus to feasibility and viability as well so that your solution can be sustainable. Let us now look at the best ways you can make sure that your design solution is feasible and viable, on t...
As designers, we have a powerful ally in color. It can let us work towards a number of different goals. You can use it to reinforce or highlight an idea, to provoke an emotional response from the user or to draw attention to a specific part of your website. This is, of course, in addition to making your website aesthetically pleasing to the eye.\r\n\r\nAuthor/Copyright holder: Inhabitat. Copyright terms and licence: Fair Use\r\nIn many cases, the color scheme chosen for a website will also reflect the company’s branding and values.\r\nColor and Branding\r\nThe color scheme for a website can contribute to the overall brand perception of products or services. Based on research by CCICOLOR, the Institute...
The iterative design process is a simple concept. Once, through user research, you have identified a user need and have generated ideas to meet that need, you develop a prototype. Then you test the prototype to see whether it meets the need in the best possible way. Then you take what you learned from testing and amend the design. Following that, you create a new prototype and begin the process all over again until you are satisfied that you’ve reached the best possible product for release to the market.This iterative process is often called “rapid prototyping” or “spiral prototyping”.M Cobanli, the founder of OMC Design Studios, said; “Great design is the iteration of good design”. Author/C...
Design Thinking is not an exclusive property of designers—all great innovators in literature, art, music, science, engineering, and business have practiced it. So, why call it Design Thinking? What’s special about Design Thinking is that designers’ work processes can help us systematically extract, teach, learn and apply these human-centred techniques to solve problems in a creative and innovative way — in our designs, in our businesses, in our countries, in our lives.\r\nSome of the world’s leading brands, such as Apple, Google, Samsung, and GE, have rapidly adopted the Design Thinking approach and Design Thinking is being taught at leading universities around the world, including d.school, S...

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