Thursday

14

June 2018
08:30 am

Pre-Work Talk Munich Prototyping Spatial User Experiences

How do we know beforehand whether our efforts going into UX design will truly lead to an inspiring user experience? Well, buckle up, because we’re taking you for a ride! Hot off a series of presentations, including at Service Design Berlin and IA Konferenz, we’re excited to have our designers Isabell and Gregor swing by Munich for this month’s Pre-Work Talk! They'll be sharing their experience in using virtual reality as a tool to understand user needs while developing a new subway line. And stick around for a discussion on the potential VR bears as a prototyping method in service design-related projects!

The complex becomes tangible, the needs understood. In using VR as a prototyping method, Isabell and Gregor were able to gather valuable insights into actual user behavior and interactions – rather than just work with abstract assumptions of how the user would maybe have behaved. We are excited to have them share what exactly that looks like, what benefits this can bear, as well as what they took away from it.

So swing by, grab a cup of joe, and let them take you on a journey into another world! We’re already on the edge of our seats! See you at 8:30 for coffee and networking; the talk kicks off at 9!

Let us know if you can make it by RSVPing on Facebook

More about Isabell

As design lead in our Seamless Mobility venture, Isabell’s focus lies on the development of holistic service systems, digital products, and future concepts for sustainable mobility solutions. Simplifying services and products to make them clear, concise, and easy to understand universally is at the core of what she does. As a multidimensional UX designer, Isabell relies on the innovative power of intensive user research and agile product development.

More about Gregor

An expert in immersive technologies, Gregor is dedicated to working with virtual and augmented reality applications. Using his background in interaction design, he focuses on developing interdisciplinary and adequate application areas for these technologies. As a creative technologist at IXDS, he is involved in the conception of various prototypes at an early stage and entrusted with their development.