Thoughts and Images from FUSE14
Posted by Plish on April 11, 2014
The FUSE conference has come and gone. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I missed the last day, but the first two days were pretty amazing. It was a conference of great insights into the power of Design in creating powerful, memorable experiences of products/services/brands.
I made concept maps of all the presentations I sat in on. You can check them out on SlideShare.
If you can make this conference in the future, it’s well worth it. The speakers are top-notch, the facility is beautiful, and the food was excellent as well.
Some of my pics are below:
The conference was not just about the past and present. It was about the future as well. There are challenges presented by technology and human nature, challenges that could demean instead of elevate people if not addressed.
The conference was exciting, precisely because it acknowledged the multifaceted challenges that await those who seek to design better experiences, better products, a better, more human, sustainable future.
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