PUSH UX 2019

📍 Munich, Germany

PUSH UX is a lovingly crafted platform for hands-on professionals to celebrate the craft, impact and strategies of great design, all the way from people to post-its to pixels.

PUSH UX unites professionals that aim to create compelling interactive experiences in the shape of products, apps, websites and installations, inspired by user needs and enabled by creative use of technology and critical thinking. On two amazing days in Munich, the established UX/UI scene merges with the potential and skill set of a new generation of creative coders and technologists to provide an inspiring platform for the interactive design field. Founded in 2012, by designers for designers.

🎟 Tickets

From 399€


🏢 Venue

Alte Kongresshalle
Theresienhöhe 15
80339, Munich
Germany

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📇 Organization

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🏋️‍♀️ Workshops

Emotionally Intelligent Designwith, Pamela Pavliscak
23 Oct 2019
TBDTBDMunich
Emotional interactions with new technologies in our lives are about to go mainstream. The convergence of affective computing and AI promises to lead us into an era of emotionally intelligent machines. Will machines with a higher EQ help or harm? As future feeling designers, it will (partly) be on us to cultivate empathetic interactions, broaden our emotional range, and bridge cultural sensitivities. In this fun and interactive session, you will create a portfolio-worthy emotional AI experience while you learn about emotion-centred design and how to apply next-generation research and design techniques for future-facing problems. In this workshop you'll learn how to: Tune in to emotion in your design research Identify emotionally resonant patterns Create more emotionally-cohesive journeys Draw on relationship models to evolve the experience Assess and adapt meaningful aspects of emotional experience Introduce emotional AI into the design process WORKSHOP AUDIENCE This is a workshop for people of all skill levels and of all backgrounds. At the end of this learning session you’ll leave the day inspired to create — and ready for action. PLEASE NOTE This workshop takes place the day before the conference and requires a separate ticket if you’d like to join. You can register for this workshop using the ticketing form below. WHAT'S INCLUDED You’ll participate in a full day workshop with a maximum of 20 participants, which gives you great exposure to the workshop trainer in an intimate setting. We will take you for lunch and provide refreshments throughout the day to keep you energised, all included in the workshop fee. Workshop materials like pencils, markers and paper will be supplied as well where needed.
Writing for Designerswith, Scott Kubie
TBDTBDMunich
Words are one of the most powerful and flexible design materials available. The only way to get words is by writing them – and that's where it can all go wrong. Writing is hard! And writing in a design context isn't like other kinds of writing. Whether you call it UX writing, interface writing, or simply design, every word in our experiences represents a design decision. It's time to embrace that. Whether you're looking to move into UX writing or simply hone your own design writing skills, this workshop will empower you to get organized, get going, and get the writing done. What you'll take away: This is a workshop about how. It's focused on tools, workflows, methods, and principles that help you get the writing done (as opposed to a bunch of boring rules about grammar and usage). You'll learn to scope and articulate clear design writing assignments, plan repeatable writing workflows, and develop methods for productive editing, collaboration, and delivery. Over the course of the day, you'll learn about: Types and layers of UX content, and the differing considerations in writing each Scoping and articulating writing assignments in the context of a larger design project The roles and responsibilities of a design writer How to plan, execute, analyze and improve personal and team design writing workflows Approaches for generating messages, ideas, and concepts (figuring out how to say what we want to say) Working with words as part of the design process (e.g. "writing your wireframes") Lenses and tools for editing and improving your writing Soliciting and managing feedback on the writing (and getting that final approval!) Integrating final copy into the larger design WORKSHOP AUDIENCE This is a workshop for people of all skill levels and of all backgrounds. At the end of this learning session you’ll leave the day inspired to create — and ready for action. PLEASE NOTE This workshop takes place the day before the conference and requires a separate ticket if you’d like to join. You can register for this workshop using the ticketing form below. WHAT'S INCLUDED You’ll participate in a full day workshop with a maximum of 20 participants, which gives you great exposure to the workshop trainer in an intimate setting. We will take you for lunch and provide refreshments throughout the day to keep you energised, all included in the workshop fee. Workshop materials like pencils, markers and paper will be supplied as well where needed.

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