Designing for Progressive Disclosure

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Hint: It’s not just for software anymore. This workshop will teach you how to leverage UX research to identify, create, and string together delightful and productive touchpoints that can be applied to software, hardware, and environmental design.

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Gabriella Campagna
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Gabriella is a product design lead and user experience researcher for Cognitive Systems. She has worked on IBM PowerAI Vision, a computer vision product initially created by the China Research Lab, for the last year and half. Her first product at IBM was a 3-month project for IBM Research Zurich creating a front-end user interface for a cognitive search engine for chemical and material scientists. Gabriella is the recipient of the Best of IBM 2019 Award, the Agile Award, and a Gold Spark Award for User Experience. She has a patent in haptic technology and has presented to the CEO of IBM and to IBM’s Board of Directors as well as to Fortune magazine and at SXSW.
Gabriella received her undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin and has a masters of fine arts in Design Management from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

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Michael Lee Kenney
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After moving to Austin from NYC, Michael joined IBM as a content strategist where he develops delivery architecture, standards, and voice and tone guidelines for Watson products. Spending time at the nexus of UX and Content— he has also worked for the IBM Research quantum division, where he and his team designed the first publicly-accessible, cloud-based interfaces for quantum computers, and also helped to design Entanglion, an educational quantum board game that he presented at World Maker faire in San Francisco. Michael is a patent holder and an university-level professor of design. Previous to his time at IBM, he worked for several major brands, including Vans, Dannon, SYFY and Microsoft.