How we successfully develop digital products!
The wildest dreams of the digital world are coming true, at least when it comes to the matter of digitalization: a compelling but also urgent path to staying competitive. For corporations, agencies and consultancies, for employees, freelancers and HR departments, this means adapting their teams, structure, processes, technology, products and services to meet new challenges. In our quest to make the most efficient and sustainable use of all the advantages of this fast paced era, we are starting to become quite desperate. Amid all the perceived complexity, beyond all the buzzwords and myriad new tools and processes, we can’t lose focus. Because it’s easier than we think!
Through selection and combination of the right tools and approaches, we now have the opportunity to realize digital innovation in a faster, more cost-efficient and more successful way, with the help of the UXI model. We will give insights into the most important approaches and tools we use, along with select examples to illustrate how UXI works and why most digital product development projects still waste too many valuable resources.
Date: Thursday. 20th of June at 7.00pm
Location: functional aesthetics, c/o betahaus, Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 23, 10969 Berlin
Innospace, 1st floor
Chris Bleuel is a certified designer and expert in the user experience design of interactive systems in an increasingly complex digital world. Working for a range of national and international agencies and corporations, his work has focused on the development of digital products and services. He is the founding member of the Steinbeis Institute for Design and Systems, member of the Institute of International Information Design (IIID) and co-author of "Begeistern! Das Praxishandbuch für agile Innovation."
In 2011, together with Magdalena Weber, Chris founded functionalaesthetics GmbH, an expert network with an agile corporate structure, dedicated to the development of digital products and services, with office locations in Berlin and Munich.