A look at real-world instances where design collaboration has achieved excellent results.
Jonathan Follett is a Principal at Involution Studios where he is a leader of the firm’s emerging technologies practice, working with clients like Partners HealthCare, the Personal Genome Project, and Walgreens. His work has been featured in the Atlantic, Forbes, the Huffington Post, and Wired. Jon is an author of four books including “Designing for Emerging Technologies” (O’Reilly Media, 2014), which offers a glimpse into what future interactions and user experiences may look like for rapidly developing technologies — from genomics to nano printers to workforce robotics. Jon’s science fiction novel for kids, “Marvin and the Moths” was published by Scholastic in September, 2016.
Evolving the process of digital product creation.
Why it’s important for designers to make ideas tangible and testable.
Streamlining user experience for an increasingly agile world.
Design thinking helps organizations grow, innovate, and improve financial performance.
Human-centered design and the challenges of complex problem-solving.
As the Internet of Things grows ever larger, data analysis and decision-making will have to localize—shifting from the cloud to the edge.
How emerging technologies are disrupting the product lifecycle