As an automotive engineer with a background in UX design, Elizabeth Musanga is passionate about the intersection of these two fields. Elizabeth will be discussing the current challenges and opportunities facing the automotive industry, and how UX designers can work together with engineers and other stakeholders to create a more sustainable future.
These days, preferences, habits, and psychological triggers fuel impulsive buying tendencies, and many mobile applications encourage this affecting, in the long term, not just how people behave but also the increasing consumerism. Some consequences of encouraging excessive shopping through digital applications raise ethical concerns, as some users may fall into a pattern of compulsive buying, leading to financial strain and adverse mental health effects. But how can we, as professionals, can start helping people to decrease this behavior? How can we influence people to change their behavior and be aware that a harmless “add to the basket” can cause more harm in the long run?
Workshop “UX for AI: A Framework for Product Design”
Discover the path to AI project success in this practical workshop. Drawing insights from 32 UX for AI projects, Greg will equip you with advanced UX Design skills to lead your next AI project.
Designing for a more equitable world with systems thinking. In this workshop, Sheryl Cababa discusses how to really make design thinking valuable, and to design for a more just and equitable world, systems thinking needs to be at the center of the designer’s practice. You will learn approaches and methods that help designers kickstart or expand on their systems thinking practice so they can make meaningful change and have real impact.
Tina runs hands-on workshops using stop motion animation as a tool to improve communication. She calls this process “Tangible Telling”.
She will be hosting a fun, ice-breaking event for us on the day before the conference.