For the 7th time now, 600 experience designers and creative technologists will join us this October in Munich to take a close look at all things interactive. As always, we’ll not just feature talks and workshops but also a hands-on exhibition showcasing interactive projects from graduates and design studios all the way to companies like Bosch and BMW.
Highlights this year
From Beautiful Maps to Actionable Insights
Shan He, who is a Senior Data Visualization Engineer at Uber, gives a glance at how her team creates live 3D data visualisation tools for the browser, that also help them understand their users and their business better.
Design in the Era of the Algorithm
What’s next is always the big question. Josh Clark will explore some of the possibilities to use machine-generated content, insight, and interaction as design material in everyday work. The challenges and opportunities of machine learning are plenty; learn to handle this powerful new design material with care and respect.
Creating a movement – How to make sure your ideas don’t die
As Design Tinkerer at Google, Adrian has experienced many times that good design and ideas don’t happen naturally. Adrian will share his recipe for how to transform the fragile idea of one person into a vision and a movement that unites and inspires a whole group to actually make things happen.
These talks are just a few of our 18 relevant and inspiring talks also covering Embracing Friction, Designing Anticipatory Experiences, Making Research Usable as well as digital product design, UI and animation. A complete look at interactive design in 2018, really.
Call for exhibition!
Conversations about interactive experience design can’t just happen on a stage or screen. That’s why we love to include a vibrant selection of interactive installations, creative technology experiments and well executed products to try out and discuss with their creators live on site. Examples?
Moovel Lab’s “Who wants to be a self driving car” was presented the first time at a public event at push conference last year.
This year, you can meet Sebastian Gier and his BMW Xplore concept, envisioning future touchpoint experiences for mobility as a service, such as an augmented car window.
Got something interesting to share yourself?
We are welcoming all outstanding examples of great interactive experiences. This can be an installation, a prototype, a mobile app, an engaging website, a holographic display, a connected toaster… you name it!
Join us on October 19–20 to connect to a keen and like-minded crowd of UX and IxD professionals from product teams like Mozilla, BMW or Bosch to visionary consultancies like frog, icon incar and IDEO as well as from aspiring startups.
Learn from a wide range of applied and visionary talks, acquire core skills in workshops and get inspired by a hands-on interactive exhibition while making new friends over delicious Bavarian beer and pretzels. Check out all the details at push-conference.com
See you in Munich in October!