MEX Design Talk is the podcast for the MEX community, exploring emerging technologies, user behaviour and how to design better digital experiences.
On this edition
- Marek Pawlowski, co-host & founder of MEX (@marekpawlowski)
- Alex Guest, co-host & CEO of Zingy.life (@alexguest)
- Patrizia Bertini, European Director of Research & Insights, Wipro & Lego Serious Play facilitator (@legoviews)
Theme: intelligent surroundings
Alex Guest and Marek Pawlowski discuss how user experience changes as digital becomes embedded in intelligent surroundings.
- nCube Smart home hub
- Sydney, Australia deploys world’s first solar powered, e-ink traffic signs
- Nikki Sylianteng’s guerilla project to re-design New York street signs
- Louisa Heinrich’s MEX/15 talk on robot etiquette
- Findings from Alex’s MEX/15 challenge on user experience principles for proximity
- Michael Trudgeon’s 2007 MEX article ‘Performative architecture & push button ambience‘
- Dotti pixel light box
Interview: Patrizia Bertini
Patrizia Bertini talks to Marek Pawlowski about her career in user research, the Lego Serious Play facilitation method, principles of embodied cognition and evolving research methods for the next generation of digital experiences.
- Paper on how botox may effect processing of emotional language
- Paper on implications of gaze-controlled interface design
- Book: Creative Explorations, David Gauntlett (Routledge, 2007)
- Summary of Patrizia’s Lego Serious Play session at Foolproof in Norwich
- Patrizia’s Legoviews interviews with artists, authors and architects
- Patrizia’s Twitter (@legoviews) feed
- Patrizia’s MEX talk on Lego Serious Play methodology & new user research techniques
- Wipro Digital
User story: little faces, big screens
A young girl absorbed in a Thomas the Tank Engine cartoon on a busy commuter train raises questions about the changing role of displays for new generations.
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