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What we'll do
How to form a solid design background through education? To what extent is design education useful in our daily lives? What should we learn to evolve ourselves to better designers? In a world that surrounds us with technology, what’s the relevance of technical knowledge for a designer? What’s the breadth and depth of the skills that a designer should acquire (e.g., project management, finance, strategy, leadership)?
On April 23rd, UXify is back with three exciting guests to shed light on these questions. As COVID-19 prevents us from having social contacts as we are used to, let’s not make it stop us! So, get comfy at home, prepare your dinner, grab a drink and join us for our first fully online event. We will be sharing the streaming link with you once it's created.
18:00 - “Doors” open
18:15 - Session starts
19:00 - Q&A
Dr. Mathias Funk is Associate Professor in the Future Everyday group in the Department of Industrial Design at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He has a background in Computer Science and a PhD in Electrical Engineering (from Eindhoven University of Technology). His research interests include complex systems design, remote data collection, systems for musical expression, and design tools such as domain-specific languages and integrated development environments. In the past he has worked in research positions at ATR Japan, RWTH Aachen and he has been Visiting Researcher at Philips Consumer Lifestyle, The Netherlands. He is also the co-founder of UXsuite, a high-tech spin-off from Eindhoven University of Technology.
Joost MF Liebregts
Joost is a technology designer, podcast host, and entrepreneur with the planet’s health and the people’s happiness at heart. He’s the founder of Purpose Design, a design agency that helps organizations create sustainable solutions using sustainable processes, like guiding an organization's in-house experts through a design sprint. Joost is a fervent self-developer, and always willing to share time to teach, and learn new things from each other.
I’m a design humanist creating digital products in healthcare, blockchain, fintech, & the IoT. With 17 years in UX, my practice incorporates empathy, storytelling, & ethical design.
This event is part of our UX meets Education series.
Our new format: “UX meets..."
As we all know, there is much more to UX than beautiful interfaces and delightful interactions. We decided to expand and deepen the meaning of UX by exploring the question: what happens when UX meets...? We will do that in theme blocks of 3 monthly events. From April to July, we start with: UX meets Education! This event series will explore how UX and education help each other to make a difference in people’s lives.