Cognitive experience design or #CognitiveXD is the practice of using artificial intelligence (ai) technologies to reduce the human mental effort and time required to complete a task.
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In 2019, we are all in a race to 2020.
Generation Z has arrived, and they expect intelligently designed brand experiences. Gen Z’s 44 billion dollars of disposable income has triggered a tsunami of change as industry races towards 2020. In a recent C-suite study, 68 percent of C-suite executives expect their enterprise organizations to emphasize customer experience over products. During industry’s dance with disruption, Design has elevated itself at the new seat of power at the table and in the boardroom.
That seat comes with expectations that design will act as a conductor of a symphonic enterprise. Great design leaders share the same characteristics as conductors of an orchestra. Like Gustavo Dudamel or Alondra de la Parra’s ability to seat an inclusive band of musicians who bring to life a euphoric cacophony of sound that heals and inspires the soul, design leaders, have the ability to conduct the enterprise like a symphony to deliver intelligent brand experiences that matter for customers and our world. From the momentous design trends composing change at the scale of the cosmos to minuets found in crafting design systems, I will lay the foundation for the future of design.
By Joanna Peña-Bickley & Alex Sinclair
The cognitive era has given way to a new generation of creators. The Story Makers, they are the artist, creative technologists and experiences designers that are revisiting what it means to design for space and time through interactive experiences.
Saturday, at the TRIBECA Film Festival, I had the honor of giving a Talk on Storytelling In The Cognitive Era - Asking, How Would Orson Welles Tackle It? Take a listen below.
Using your imagination and technologies, such as: virtual and augmented reality, 4D theater experiences like haptics in seats, wind, rain, fog, thunder, delivered across all available mediums, from a device to an interactive theater, to the side of a building, create a trailer for an updated War of the Worlds that will prompt the same audience reaction.
MAKE Session: Co-create War of The World's 4D Movie Trailer Experience
The Automotive & Aerospace industries are one of the most exciting spaces that you could be working in when it comes to Experience Design. The forces of change are strong and our incentives to reinvent the wheel have never been more noble or more tied to the entrepreneurialism and invention that brought about the second industrial revolution. From the first wheel to our first footsteps on the moon, our quest to move further and faster has been limited only by the technology to power our dreams.
Now, speeding into a post-digital era, the forces of sustainability, urbanization, and new technologies that defy the very concept of time and space are reshaping how we move all over again. Welcome to the third industrial revolution.
Last Tuesday our announcement at North American International Auto Show was just the beginning of how we will change the relationship between people and their cars. Join IBMiX on this journey as we explore and lead the innovations and ideas — once relegated to science fiction — that use the Internet of Things, Renewable Energy, Data and Cognitive Experience Design to bring forth a new driving reality.
For me, the future is not some far off date 5 years from now. It is the ongoing present, which our IBMiX Experience Design teams are sprinting towards with agility and industrial strength design thinking – Join us as we Reinvent The Wheel.
Enjoy the trends we believe are shaping mobility in 2016:
Download and Read IBMiX’s Reinventing The Wheel
Download PDF: IBMiX_ReinventingTheWheel_FutureOfMobility_TrendPaper
Design is in the eye of a technological, social and cultural storm, revolutionizing how we interact with the world around us. Its impact on business is the difference between disrupting, or being disrupted, as a new design method dictates which brands win and which lose. Central to it all is customer experience, the benchmark of a brand’s value.
Its refreshing and yet precious.
In 2009, I stood on the border of Israel and Syria and realized that it could end a war and create peace. Today it is what is desperately needed in California to save our fragile source of fresh produce in the Unites States.
So often we take for granted or forget how much water we use and how important it is to our holistic well being. So that led me to an important question. What if we could track our water consumption linking it our health and happiness? Could that make us more aware of our consumption patterns and get us to become more conscious of how fragile our supply is?
Using Interface, Industrial and Graphic Design I have developed an experience meant to make people aware of their personal water consumption patterns.The H3 Experience has just gone from paper to prototype : https://www.behance.net/gallery/12893513/H3-Mobile-Platform-Water-Bottle-System
This Mobile application is connected to the Internet of Things (#IoT) through a connected water bottle and now in progress an apple watch application which uses your physical activity as an indicator or when you need to rehydrate.
As we contemplate how to manage a tsunami of data, wearable devices are rendering technology invisible. Smaller, faster computers and microchips, tracking and measuring metrics in real-time are revolutionizing how we connect with the world.