James Haliburton first participated at MEX (pmn.co.uk/mex/) several years ago, going on to be instrumental in the work of TAT, the Swedish user experience company acquired by Blackberry. In September 2013 we invited James back to MEX to share his insight into our theme of user modes as the key ingredients of digital experience, a year after co-founding his new studio, TOPP. James' MEX session focuses on designing for the receptive moments when users are motivated to shift their mode, such as the transition from communicating a checkin to exploring local recommendations. He discusses the role of design in surfacing moments of extraordinary experience within digital platforms, citing examples and suggesting techniques to lead users from one mode to another. James challenged both MEX participants, and us as curators of the event, to recognise receptiveness as a key factor linking user modes.
-- Marek Pawlowski, Founder, MEX
Recorded at MEX, September 2013 (pmn.co.uk/mex/)
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