Archive for Device Design Day

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A Discussion on Multimodal Interactions At this year’s D3 conference, participants selected one of three afternoon tracks, designed to deepen the conversation around natural user interface. There were two panel discussions, in addition to a workshop on prototyping natural interactions. One panel was called “Designing…

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The workshop that worked

At D3 2012, we shook things up a bit by breaking the afternoon session into three tracks, so that the conversations about natural user interface could deepen and the conference attendees could get more intimately involved. One of the afternoon tracks included a workshop called…

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D3 2012 Videos

Kicker Studio hosted its 3rd annual Device Design Day on August 3, 2012 at the San Francisco Art Institute. The day was filled with inspirational conversations around the topic of natural user interface. In case you missed it, or in case you wanted to be…

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Why we do Device Design Day.

Earlier this month, Kicker Studio hosted our 3rd annual Device Design Day. This year’s conference focused on Natural User Interface (NUI) and its intersection with product design. Teaching technology to speak human–to enable natural communication and interaction¬–is the next frontier of product design, and it’s…

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D3 2012: Speak Human

A week ago today, Kicker Studio held its 3rd Device Design Day conference. This year’s conference was a resounding success. Over 150 attendees gathered at the gorgeous San Francisco Art Institute for a full day of inspiration. From robots that get things done to Jinn to haptic prototypes…

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Six Questions: Andrew Milmoe

In honor of Device Design Day, we collaborated with our D3 2012 media sponsor Core77 to bring you Six Questions, featuring Andrew Milmoe. Andrew Milmoe currently divides his time between large multi-channel customer experience projects and managing Make:SF, a Meetup group of 1200+ active members that he founded…

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Six Questions: Tanya Vlach

Our fourth installment of Six Questions with Device Design Day speakers features artist Tanya Vlach. Tanya Vlach, interactive artist, writer, and producer, is constantly finding new ways to crawl outside of the box and is currently in development on organizing an engineering team to build a miniature recording…

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Six Questions: Matt Powers

Our third installment of Six Questions with Device Design Day speakers features Matt Powers, Senior Robotics Specialist at National Robotics Engineering Center. Matt is interested in how robots and intelligent machines can solve real human problems and work with people to accomplish complex tasks. At Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics…

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Six Questions: Chris Noessel & Stefan Klocek

The next installment of Six Questions with Device Design Day speakers features Chris Noessel and Stefan Klocek, who will be co-presenting at this year’s conference. In his day job as a Managing Director at Cooper, Chris Noessel manages teams and designers for products, services, and strategy…

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Six Questions: Tom Chi

Introducing Device Design Day 2012’s speakers! This year we asked them a version of Jennifer Bove’s Six Questions. First up, we want you to meet Tom Chi, Experience Lead at Google X. Tom Chi has worked in a wide range of disciplines from astrophysical research…

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