Welcome to Design Matters Pop-Up
Ingrid is Co-founder of Design Matters and Founder of Usable Machine, a UX studio based in Copenhagen.
She will welcome everyone at the pop-up and provide information about Design Matters.
Volvo Cars Labs
Rahul will talk about how new collaboration tools are transforming work processes and shaping organizations in a new way. These transformations have an impact on designers and their jobs too. Therefore, designers are required to adapt to this change. However, it’s important that they not only adapt, but also create and support change. His talk will revolve around the role of the designer.
In this talk Shun will discuss his questions and reflects on the Japanese design culture, aiming at giving more creative confidence to the Japanese designers. Instead of simply creating designs that match world famous products, he states that all designers, not only the Japanese ones, should start digging into their own culture, religion and design tradition, to reinvent themselves as designers and create better products.
Workshop by Bang & Olufsen
In this workshop you will discover and learn how to prototype design and learn how to apply to real cases and scenarios
Workshop by Slack
In this workshop you will discover the latest design trends and learn how to apply to real cases and scenarios.
In this talk Kay will discuss how creativity can be incorporated into visual communication design and service design. Thanks to her international experience, she will also talk about how to create designs that appeal and satisfy different cultures and tastes.
In this talk you’ll dive deep into how collaborative tools can benefit teamwork and elevate design work as a whole. Also, you’ll explore how the role of the designer is evolving in an era in which collaboration tools are becoming progressively more popular.
Networking and beers!
Thank you for today!
Hang out at Mikkeller Tokyo
Bang & Olufsen
Michael König will discuss two of the themes of Design Matters Tokyo. He will talk about Creative Empowerment and how designers in Japan can get inspire by Scandinavian design culture.
Philip will talk about how to give power to creativity when working on a series of design projects at the same time.
Coming from a Danish Design Agency, he will share with the audience what characterises the Danish philosophy and approach to Design, when creating elegant and beautiful digital products.
Workshop by Design Matters
Julie is creating simple tools and cutting-edge websites as a cross-disciplinary designer. She is an experienced UX designer with an eye and talent for making beautiful and pleasant UI designs.
User research and gaining empathy for users is key for Julie. Thus, she is always updated on the latest, playful and effective research methods.
With a background in communication, Julie is a sharp UX designer, who are specialized in creating simple designs with complex content across domains.
Workshop by Figma
In this workshop you’ll dive deep into how hyper collaborative tools can benefit teamwork and elevate design work as a whole.
David Bailey will discuss two of the themes of Design Matters Tokyo. He will talk about Creative Empowerment and how to inspire through experiential learning and creative facilitation. An example of this at the BBC, is his department’s objective to inject ‘Play’ into work. David will show practical examples of how they use play to embed learning and strategic goals, during fun all-staff away days.
He will also reflect on the Designer’s role, and how strategic design initiatives can enable innovation at scale. ‘GEL’ (Global Experience Language), is the BBC’s shared autonomous design system that is shaping big change, helping them rebuild their services online.
Andrew Schmidt will talk about the latest design trends and how the role of the designer is changing to fit these new trends.