2019 – Minimal Tech, Activism, and ‘Are We On The Same Page?”
In 2019 we looked at products and design strategies that help people live better and be more connected. We delved into design strategies or products that can help people avoid a tech overload. But also how activism can be incorporated into design and how collaboration tools are shaping the work of creatives.
Talks by LEGO, Figma, Duolingo, Slack, Girlboss and many more!Visit Design Matters 19
2018 – Design for Change, Be a Rebel and Mixed Realities
In 2018 we talked about how we can create functional and joyful products that will actually make us feel better. We explored how we can create immersive experiences in mixed realities, and how being a design rebel can lead to innovation and great design.
Minecraft, Headspace, Dropbox, Medium, The Outline, and many more!Visit Design Matters 18
2017 – Embrace Failure, Conversational UI’s and Product Design DNA
In 2017 we explored how to design products that no longer have a visible interface. We asked ourselves: how do we make sure that the design DNA extends to all the touchpoints of the products? And how do we embrace failure, accept when we’re wrong and design our way out of it?
Talks from Spotify, Netflix, Vox Media, Uber and many more!Get inspired by the talks & interviews
2016 – Fun and Casual Design
A highly personal, silly and causal attitude is breaking down borders between users and the interface – and making the experience much more engaging and fun!
Talks by Slack, Emojipedia, MailChimp, Google, BuzzFeed and many more.See all the talks
2015 – Game-changers in Design
For the first time ever, Design Matters was held in Copenhagen. Designers from all over the world shared insights and ideas about digital design and disruption.
Talks by Airbnb, Clue, Volvo, BBC, Spotify, and MailChimp and many more.Watch the talks