web 3-0

Designing Meaningful Experiences

David Kozatch, founder of D.I.G spoke, at IxDA about Designing Meaningful Experiences. [singlepic id=146 w=width h=height mode=web20|watermark float=left|right]

Topics: How we can make experiences emotional. Information overload, how we can make information useful. Adaptive UIs Helpful - non-intrusive -Interested -Simple and Clear -Respectful -Forgiving Related: 3 Levels of Experience Don Norman Talk on Design of the Future Things Front Stage Back Stage - Service Design Don Norman's Ted Talk on  Design and Emotion Denis Dutton's Ted Talk on Beauty on A Darwinian theory of beauty

Svcs/Software Mentioned or Used: Jing, Blekko - new search engine,

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official event info: ABOUT OUR SPEAKER David Kozatch founded D.I.G. in 1989, after almost ten years serving in the trenches at major packaged goods companies and advertising agencies in New York. David has conducted literally thousands of focus groups and in-depth interviews in the areas of financial services, software, hardware, Web/interactive services and telecommunications. With a deep understanding of business decision makers and end users, he has consistently worked to translate client objectives into actionable solutions. For more information about D.I.G, please visit Digsmarter.com.

[nggallery id=10] slides from David's slidsahre: http://www.slideshare.net/dkozatch/designing-for-meaningfulexperiencesixda-slideshare

ABOUT OUR HOST J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services, offering solutions to clients in more than 100 countries with one of the most comprehensive global product platforms available. We have been helping our clients to do business and manage their wealth for more than 200 years. Our business has been built upon our core principle of putting our clients' interests first. To learn more about JP Morgan, visit the website.

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