Kicker Studio’s 3rd annual Device Design Day (D3) conference is August 3, 2012 at the San Francisco Art Institute. D3 2012 offers a full day of inspirational discussions that explore the product design frontier. Kicker Studio curated the program to highlight how natural user interface impacts design. By considering theory, best practices, and practical implications, D3 2012 will define what it means to make technology speak human. Leading innovators present talks throughout the first part of the day. During the second part of the day, attendees choose between two panels and a workshop where they have a chance to be more intimately involved in the conversation.
Tickets cost $399 and participants can register at http://devicedesignday.com.
-Tom Chi, Experience Lead at Google X
-Andrew Crow, Experience Design Director, GE Design & Experience
-John Feland, CEO & Founder, Argus Insights
-Nathan Hackstock, C-Founder & Creative Director, MATTER
-Susan Hosking, User Experience Strategist, Macadamian
-Karen Kaushansky, Principal Designer, Jawbone
-Stefan Klocek, Director, Interaction Design, Cooper
-Jody Medich, Co-Founder & Creative Director, Kicker Studio
-Andrew Milmoe, User Experience Planning, Coolaboratory
-Nathan Moody, Design Director, Stimulant
-Chris Noessel, Managing Director, Cooper
-Geoff Parker, Development Manager, Macadamian
-Greg Petroff, General Manager, GE Design & Experience
-Matt Powers, Senior Robotics Specialist, National Robotics Engineering Center
-Alan Rorie, Neuroscientist, Artist, Designer, Fabricator, Coder, Almost Scientific
-Tanya Vlach, Artist, EyeTanya
Kicker Studio, a product design consultancy, makes technology speak human. Kicker Studio creates meaningful, last relationships to products by creating interfaces that feel as natural as a conversation. They work with emerging technologies, such as voice, touch, haptics and gesture, to design natural and intuitive ways for users to access the power of today’s digital devices in their daily lives. Visit www.kickerstudio.com for more information.