Three New Sessions Announced
Mark Coleran, is a visual designer who has been designing and producing motion graphics for the film and television industries for the past 13 years. His clients and jobs have been as diverse as the BBC to Cartoon Network, creating titles and network identities, to the creation of computer screen graphics for feature films such as The Bourne Ultimatum, Deja Vu, The Island, Children of Men and Mission Impossible 3 amongst others.
He will wrap up day four of UX Week with his talk, The Reality of Fanasty in which he’ll examine why Fantasy user interfaces (FUI) looks the way it does, how it has evolved and the unique challenges and requirements that shape this unusual area of UI work.
Chris McCarthy, Director of the Innovation Learning Network (ILN) and an Innovation Specialist with Kaiser Permanente’s Innovation Consultancy joins his colleague Chrisi Zuber, a nurse with a passion for design and Director of the Innovation Consultancy at Kaiser Permanente to talk about their work developing human-centered designs that positively impact the experience of Kaiser patients and the clinicians who care for them.
Sara Öhrvall, Senior Vice President, Research & Development, the Bonnier Group also hits the main stage on the last day of UX Week. She’ll walk us through what magazine reading of the (very near) future might look like in her talk The Mag+ Concept: The Silent Mode of Digital Magazine Reading.