What an honour to get such a thorough and extensive article about my talk at UXcampNL on Granaton’s blog! The original post can be accessed at http://granaton.com/neue-technologien-und-geschichten/
Neue Technologien und ihre Geschichten
Kuratiert von Designforscherin Hanna Zoon. By Granaton, JANUAR 06, 2015. Geschätzte Lesezeit: 8 Minuten
Hanna Zoon at UXcampNL 2014
Hanna Zoon, Designforscherin an der Fontys University of Applied Sciences, stellte beim UX Camp NL ihre Methode “Curious Design” vor, um über Gestaltungsgrundlagen unserer Welt nachzudenken.
‘Curious Design is an iterative design process through exploring and questioning, working together with people, and letting designs be inspired by this process – Hanna Zoon
Für das Future Media Lab forscht Hanna Zoon über innovatives Storytelling von Maschinen durch die Sammlung von Daten. “Computer können andere Dinge, als Menschen” erläutert sie und zeigt anhand von Beispielen, wie Funktionen von Maschinen in Erzählungen umgedeutet werden können. Continue reading
You heard about reactions to mobile phones in 1973? How hilarious that people objected to a piece of technology that has proven to be so useful and effective. We all like to think of ourselves as early adopters. But I am definitely a laggard in some ways. Just as it took me 3 years to get used to skinny jeans, I don’t think the first prototype version of Google Glass is for me just yet. For the last couple of weeks, it Continue reading
Register at Meetup:
“Hanna Zoon will tell us about how she created a toolbox for performing UX research, which can be used without having any experience or knowledge of UX. Big help for small businesses, or are UX skills required to preform proper analysis? Join us for the discussion!”
19:00 Welcome & drinks
19:40 “Do-it-yourself UX – Threat or opportunity”
20:30 Food, drinks, social
(I apologise for not being able to show the video or the prototype anymore)
To celebrate finishing the final prototype of Include, the toolbox for inclusive design and user research, here’s a video showing the app.
Also have a look at the working prototype and check out the methods!
Today I was looking for a picture of a paper boat to illustrate my graduation project, and I realised I didn’t actually know how to make one. Inspired by the non-relenting popularity of my post about origami flowers from years back, here’s how to make a paper boat. Happy folding!