Every interactive device, artifact, and system is designed. Every interactive artifact that is used by someone leads to a user experience. We are today faced with a diverse set of thinking about human experiences in general and, in particular, user experiences of interactive systems. In this talk, Erik will introduce a simple model that makes talking about UX easier and makes it possible to explain the complexity of UX to newcomers to the field and all kinds of stakeholders. The model helps answer questions such as: What is a user experience? Can you design experiences? How do the qualities of interactive products, such as functionality, usability, and aesthetics, relate to or even cause experiences? And how can they be measured?
About Our Speaker
Professor in Informatics & Senior Executive Associate Dean
Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
Dr. Erik Stolterman is Professor in Informatics and the Senior Executive Associate Dean of the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University, Bloomington. Stolterman is co-editor for the Design Thinking/Design Theory book series by MIT Press, and on several editorial boards for international journals. Stolterman’s main work is within the areas of HCI, interaction design, design practice, philosophy and theory of design. Stolterman has published a large number of articles and five books, including “Thoughtful Interaction Design” (MIT Press) and “The Design Way” (MIT Press) and “Things That Keep Us Busy--The Elements of Interaction” (MIT Press, 2017).
This will be a live webinar. More information about the login details will be made available to registrants closer the event date.
This event will be recorded and Triangle UXPA members will have access to the recorded talk post-event.
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