MEX Sessions

  1. Floris gives an expansive look at the future of imaging experiences, drawing on his work for the likes of Canon and its Silicon Valley-based accelerator project, as well as his personal interests in the maker movement, cyborgs and the singularity.

    Recorded at MEX, March 2014 (pmn.co.uk/mex/)

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  2. Willem Boijens uses a tag cloud to highlight findings from two days of user-centred design explorations at MEX/7, diving into how they relate to the overall use of digital design to drive brand strategy. He looks at the evolution from 'mobile' as a confined channel of its own to an integrated part of multi-touchpoint experience design.

    Recorded at MEX, June 2010 (pmn.co.uk/mex/)

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  3. Willem Boijens discusses experience architectures and strategies to build the perception of being connected, part of an ongoing MEX theme around the challenges of designing digital services across multiple touch-points.

    Recorded at MEX, December 2009 (pmn.co.uk/mex/)

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  4. Sofia Svanteson and Per Nordqvist of Swedish design consultancy Ocean Observations look at how users behave when in a mode of digital exploration. In addition to citing various examples and design techniques, Sofia performs a poem written specially for MEX about what happens when users become distracted on Pinterest (from 12:15 in the video).

    Recorded at MEX, September 2013 (pmn.co.uk/mex/)

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  5. Paul Bennun and Nicky Birch came to MEX in March 2013 to share their insight into building audio experiences for mobile devices. They discuss lessons learned creating Papa Sangre, a game with no visual elements, but where the user explores a 3D world through the medium of sound.

    Recorded at MEX, March 2013 (pmn.co.uk/mex/)

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MEX Sessions

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MEX (pmn.co.uk/mex/) brings together digital pioneers to define best practice and create new ideas for user experience. This channel curates our favourite speaker sessions from MEX events, dating back to 2005, with a particular focus on mobile…


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MEX (pmn.co.uk/mex/) brings together digital pioneers to define best practice and create new ideas for user experience. This channel curates our favourite speaker sessions from MEX events, dating back to 2005, with a particular focus on mobile and multi-touchpoint digital experiences. New videos are being added every weekday in the run-up to the next MEX event in London on 26th - 27th March 2013.

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