CAMP Festival 2018

2018-09-10 00:00:00 2018-09-11 00:00:00 America/Toronto CAMP Festival 2018 Are you an industry professional, independent artist, a student or an educator looking for a creative spark? Have you always wanted to know more and stay relevant in an industry that’s in constant flux? Do you want to be inspired? CAMP Festival is two solidly packed days of cutting-edge creative technology, art and design, with hand-picked speakers from around the world coming together in Calgary. Calgary FITC Calgary

Presentation


Overview

A wicked problem has no best solution and is difficult or impossible to solve comprehensively because of contradictory needs, requirements, or outcomes. This is a hands-on workshop where David will focus on crafting designs and making design and product decisions when possible solutions are in conflict or where there is no optimal solution. He will introduce some methods to help identify, define, and frame the wicked problems and the challenges they present. David will discuss some real examples, then break into workgroups and participate in hands-on collaborative exercises. Attendees are invited to bring their own wicked problems for use in the workshop exercises and for collective discussion.

Objective

Work through examples and exercises to teach how we make better design decisions when there is not clear optimal solution and when requirements, constraints, and expectations may be in conflict.

Target Audience

UX designers, UX researchers, and product managers who must make difficult product decisions that span technology, business, design, culture, and ethics.

Assumed Audience Knowledge

Intermediate UX design and research

Five Things Audience Members Will Learn

  1. Characteristics of wicked problems
  2. Important perspectives on wicked problems
  3. Strategies / approaches for handling wicked problems
  4. Workshop exercises for selected wicked problems
  5. Open discussion and collaboration on participant’s wicked problems