We don’t generally have a problem considering objects from the past. Speculating about what they are and how they might have been used. We could look at artefacts from the future in a similar manner. We talk to Leo Frishberg about presumptive design and how you can use that as a provocative design research tool.
How do you explain yourself to others? We talk to Lou Rosenfeld in the second half of the show about an exercise where you can produce a personal mission statement, your own elevator pitch or Twitter bio to say what it is you do.
(Listening time: 34 minutes)
— UX Podcast (@uxpodcast) October 28, 2016
- Presumptive design website
- Presumptive Design: Design Research Through the Looking Glass – Chapter 1 of the book on UX Matterrs
- Why is a Raven Like a Writing Desk? PrD and Rapid Prototyping
- Video of Leo Frishberg’s Artefacts From The Future talk at Interact London
- Episode 129: Designing a better you with Lou Rosenfeld
- Video of Louis Rosenfeld’s Designing a Better You session at Interact London
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