2014xlab

Paul McConnell: Non-conscious Interfaces

Paul McConnell: Non-conscious Interfaces

Innovating Customer Experience at Control Group

Paul McConnell is Director of Product Design for New York City-based Control Group, one of the design and technology firms leading digital experience development today. At Xlab 2014, he’ll talk about how new embedded interfaces are improving environments and brand experiences by making them more responsive—and less distracting—to natural human behavior.

Roshan Prakash

Roshan Prakash is a manager of business operations for Estimote, focusing on business development, developer relations, marketing and customer success. Previously, she helped shopkick (acquired by SK Telecom) build mobile partnerships with retailers like Best Buy, American Eagle, and JC Penney. Prior to this, Roshan worked in finance and non-profits. She holds a BA from Wellesley College.

 

Stacey Martens

Stacey Martens is a Senior Creative Developer with Bluecadet in Philadelphia. She works with teams to create physical interactives, striving to present stories and experiences in ways that encourage exploration. She’s frequently presented with content-heavy challenges, and is driven to find ways technology can help make large amounts of information easy to navigate. Stacey’s interests in design and development pair well with the team at Bluecadet, where attention to detail and experimentation are part of every project.

Stacey Martins, Bluecadet
Philadelphia

Xlab 2014: Digital Technology and the Changing Landscape of Customer Experience

NEW YORK (8 Sep 2014) — Call it digital marketing, digital storytelling, or immersive experiences. No matter the terminology used to describe it, digital technology is dramatically changing the way people interact with public spaces and each other—and it’s driving how brands, institutions, and designers shape customer experience.

Tateo Nakajima

Tateo Nakajima is a Principal of Arup and an internationally recognized leader in the design and planning of performing arts venues. Prior to joining Arup, Tateo was a Partner and Principal Auditorium Designer with Artec Consultants Inc, working on the theatre planning and auditorium acoustics aspects of a wide range of projects. While at Artec, he has led projects around the world, working many of the highest profile architecture and design practices, and with some of the most influential artists and musical ensembles today.

Headshot of Tateo Nakajima, Arup
Arup
New York

Alexandre Simionescu

Alexandre Simionescu is co-founder of Float4, an experience design and creative technology firm with offices in Montreal, New York and Dubai. Alex graduated from École Polytechnique de Montréal 2006 with a degree in computer engineering which included a session in exchange at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland). He was then employed by Ubisoft Montreal, where he worked as a programmer before co-founding Float4 in 2008 with his business partner Sevan Dalkian.

Alexandre Simionescu, Float4
Float 4
Montreal + New York

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