Roger Andersson Reimer, co-founder and UX Director of Swedish design agency TOPP, talks to Marek Pawlowski, founder of MEX, about multi-touchpoint experience design. The discussion includes TOPP’s emergence from the history of TAT and Blackberry, their work on wearables for Samsung and Pins Collective, design tools for next generation distributed experiences and the roots of Roger’s design education.
On this edition
- Marek Pawlowski, co-host & founder of MEX (@marekpawlowski)
- Roger Andersson Reimer, co-founder & UX Director, TOPP (@rgrrmr & @toppdesign)
- TOPP, the design agency co-founded by Roger
- Noodl, TOPP’s multi-touchpoint design tool
- Marek’s report (2010) on mobile tech start-ups in Malmo, Sweden
- Episode 26 of MEX Design Talk on wearables
- Vuzix, manufacturer of digital eyewear
- Marek’s write-up of Google Glass
- Snap, Inc.
- MEX article on the user experience of Spectacles
- White Men Wearing Google Glass Tumblr
- MEX Principle: the fabric of connectivity defines the experience
- TAT / Blackberry acquisition
- Malmo University Interaction Design course
- Pins Collective case study
- TOPP’s work for Samsung’s smartwatches
- Patrizia Bertini, co-host, & Senior Strategy Consultant, Lithium (@legoviews) returns in future shows.
- Alex Guest, co-host & CEO of Zingy.life (@alexguest) returns in future shows.
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