Hi <<First Name>>,
As designers, it's our role to stand for our users and empower them, to give them control and freedom. It's not an easy feat to achieve.
How, in the words of Henry Dreyfuss, can designers succeed to make people feel safer, more comfortable, and happier? Do we, as designers, always put the users at the centre of our work? Do we really strive to meet their needs, rather than add another feature requested by the client?
This month, we've invited two designers to share their thoughts on designing with people in mind. Carlos Garcia will help us learn how the design of products can be good for business as well as users. We will also learn how familiar accents in educational software augment learning with Nicola Duffy.
You can book your ticket by following this link.
We hope you can join us and add to the fun! Doors open at 18.00.
18.00 - 18.30 Registration and networking
18.30 - 18.40 Opening remarks
18.40 - 19.10 Friction vs frictionless. Why it’s sometimes better to make humans think. - Carlos Garcia
19.10 - 19.40 Inclusive design in educational software for children with autism - a case study - Nicola Duffy
19.50 - 21.00 Networking
- Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
- Time: 18:00 - 21:00
- Location: NDRC, Digital Exchange, Crane Street, Dublin 8
- Price: Free, but booking is essential from our event page
Massive thanks to our 2018 partner, Fjord.
And a huge thank you to our event partner - NDRC for their generous support!
We look forward to seeing you on the night.
All the best from the IxDA Dublin team,
Filip, Laura, John, Jen, and Ed.