This is a talk about how designers can help people make use of information—both find and act upon...
This is a talk about how designers can help people make use of information—both find and act upon it.
To illustrate this, I take a trip to the SFMOMA to share the work of Dieter Rams, whose ethos of "Less, but better" is a challenge to any designer seeking to create better websites and applications.
I re-explore this trip multiple times over the course of the talk, considering the overlap of information in physical and digital systems—and how conceptually we merge them.
From there, I provide best practices and principles for how to approach information architecture and user experience design in a more iterative, agile fashion through in-line prototyping.