Claire Rowland is an independent UX strategist, design manager and researcher with a particular interest in experience design for the internet of things/connected devices/ubiquitous computing (whatever you want to call it!). Previously, she was the service design manager for AlertMe.com, a connected home platform provider, and head of research at design agency Fjord. She is writing a book for O’Reilly on UX design for the internet of things, due out at the end of 2014.
The agenda will be:
Arrive 6:45 for a 7pm start (buzz for entry after 7pm)
> Introduction by Mark Cheverton (@ennui2342)
> Gordon Williams (@espurino)
> Claire Rowland (@clurr)
> Networking & retire to The Mill
Hashtag: #iotcam. Thanks to Makespace for hosting the meetup:
Makespace is a community run space, that houses manufacturing and prototyping kit and provides the surroundings to meet, work, build, socialise and do amazing things. Makespace has three main aims – to support existing and new businesses, to raise awareness of and skills in engineering and manufacturing, and to provide a fun place for people to hangout and work on projects.