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IDC 2018 Videos
Pamela Bailey and Ricarda Marquez at IDC 2018
What if cross-functional product teams could “time jump,” by imagining a new and innovative future experience together, translating that better future into the day-to-day delivery of products? Pamela Bailey and Ricardo Marquez share their view of how to transform what designers do intuitively into “time-travel” techniques that bring teams along for the ride.
Safir Bellali at IDC 2018
This is a time where many industries are being disrupted by the convergence of ground-breaking digital tools, exponential manufacturing technologies and shifting consumer expectations. The big question is: What does all this mean for creativity? How can we, as designers, keep up and leverage these technologies for meaningful outcomes?
Gerard Fubershaw at IDC 2018
Gerard Furbershaw, IDSA, shares his professional journey, which began almost 40 years ago. Although most members of our profession are much younger, he presumes that he isn’t alone in having been pulled away from the work he truly loved. He believes his journey may prompt others to question if their current positions can be more emotionally fulfilling by incorporating hands-on design into their work activities.
Nichole Rouillac at IDC 2018
With the rise of the female-driven economy, clients appreciate the experience balanced teams bring in creating innovative products and bringing new experiences that address authentic and unique human needs. Nichole Rouillac believes the best future for our industry is the one we build together.
Adi Neuman at IDC 2018
Adi Neuman will discuss the problems that traditional coastal and marine infrastructure impose on the natural environment and habitats along with possible solutions. Through coastal and marine infrastructural design case studies, the chasm between biological desires and manufacturing limitations will be examined. These innovative examples can provide the basic tools for future design leading to win-win solutions bridging aesthetics, economics, engineering and the environment.
Marc Fenigstein at IDC 2018
Join Alta Motors’ co-founder, Marc Fenigstein as he speaks to Alta’s growing portfolio of high-performance electric bikes and explains why companies must embrace a multidisciplinary approach to compete in the next era of hardware and develop game-changing, thrill-inducing products.
Colleen McHugh at IDC 2018
Due to the region’s dynamic coastal landscape, New Orleans and South Louisiana are experiencing the effects of climate change in advance of other cities and regions. Adapting to these challenges in a smart way can create other opportunities for communities to thrive. Colleen McHugh shares how New Orleans and the surrounding region have set a vision for a more resilient future in the face of the changing environment and how designers can approach climate change.
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