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The UX of the Internet of Everything Denver

2/12/2014 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Speaker: Scot Przybylski, Senior UX Designer at Slice of Lime

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

6:30 PM


1062 Delaware Street, Denver, CO (map)

Upstairs in the back past the bar.

Scot Przybylski, Senior UX Designer at Slice of Lime presents The UX of the Internet of Everything (IoE).

There could be 25 billion things connected to the internet by 2015. That’s 3.5 things per person on the planet. With that many connected things complicating our lives and requiring our attention, the need to understand what people want and how people will use these devices could be more important than the things themselves.

This talk will discuss the idea of the Internet of Everything (IoE) and how User Experience Design will provide understanding about people's needs, problems and goals. Through understanding, UX Design can guide the creation of a human centered ecosystem of “things” that reduces complexity and demand for attention in someone’s life while achieving business and product goals. I will also be bringing a few IoE things made by Front Range companies to show-and-tell.

About Scot Przybylski -

Scot is an interaction designer with more than 10 years of human centered and systems design. He’s currently working on his Masters Degree in Interactive Design and Game Development at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

As a human centered designer, Scot is an advocate for people and how they use “things”. Using secondary and primary contextual research methods, he observes, listens and questions how people navigate their world of digital artifacts allowing him to create successful solutions for people.

Event Schedule

6:30PM - Drinks, Food, Comradery

7:00PM(ish) - Talk + Q&A

After - Networking

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