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HITS 2003. Humans Interaction Technology Strategies. 2 days. 17 speakers. 1 lousy t-shirt. General themes at conference. Product design approach (lots of interactive as well) Customers need to be at the center of any process

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hits 2003

HITS 2003

Humans Interaction Technology Strategies

2days

17speakers

1lousy t-shirt

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general themes at conference
General themes at conference
  • Product design approach (lots of interactive as well)
  • Customers need to be at the center of any process
  • Collaboration needs to occur between creative, biz, engineering (does not happen as much as it should)
  • Creative needs to understand the business side better in order to present persuasive arguments
  • Business side needs to respect the creative process more
  • Technology needs to be “Humanized” (VCR example)

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kathleen brandenburg bridging the need gap
Kathleen Brandenburg: “Bridging The Need Gap”
  • Kathleen BrandenburgPartner, IA Collaborative
  • Kathleen Brandenburg fuses strategic planning with social science research as a way to develop new messages, products, and services. As a strategic design planner, Kathleen’s role is based on user insights, design capabilities, and business objectives, and making sure all concepts and design are heavily based on user experience and context, as well as business opportunities. Her most recent clients include Nike, 3Com, Accenture, and The Chicago Symphony Orchestra among others.

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chicago symphony orchestra
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
  • What do ticket buyers want?
  • IAC spent time “Shadowing” employees at call center

“What will my view look like?”

“What kind of view will I have?”

“Does this seat have a decent view?”

“Which seats offer the nicest views?”

“How much are your tickets that offer the best

viewing?”

Presenter: Kathleen Brandenburg // Firm: IA Collaborative, Chicago

Theme: Utilizing user research to drive solutions

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chicago symphony orchestra5
Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Presenter: Kathleen Brandenburg // Firm: IA Collaborative, Chicago

Theme: Utilizing user research to drive solutions

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jim euchner alignment for innovation
Jim Euchner: Alignment for innovation
  • Jim Euchner is Vice President, Advanced Technology at Pitney Bowes, Inc. He is responsible for developing new product and business concepts and exploring emerging technologies, including cryptography, Internet, advanced software methodologies, network security, digital printing, and the role of paper in a networked world. Jim is particularly interested in the innovation process and in user-centered design. Prior to his current position, Jim was Vice President, Network Systems Advanced Technology at Bell Atlantic.

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questions we can ask ourselves
Questions we can ask ourselves

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critical components for product innovation
Critical components for product innovation

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getting a consensus
Getting a consensus

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new product development flow
New product development flow

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key take aways
Key take-aways

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ideo method cards do we do enough of this
IDEO Method Cards: Do we do enough of this?
  • LEARNAnalyze the information you’ve collected to identify patterns and insights.
  • LOOKObserve people to discover what they do rather than whatthey say they do.
  • ASKEnlist people’s participation to elicit information relevant to your project.
  • TRYCreate simulations to help empathize with people and to evaluate proposed designs.

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