Connected Spaces: Designing
& Prototyping the future of retail

Price:
60.000 ₽
Language: English
Timing:
4 hours
workshop
In this course we will explore how to craft meaningful connected spaces through practical, hands-on prototyping and scenario building.
In this course we will explore how to craft meaningful connected spaces through practical, hands-on prototyping and scenario building.
Today we live in a world surrounded by digital technology. We live, breathe and exchange data. Technology is only becoming more ubiquitous, moving from the classic devices we know into the larger scale of space and architecture. The idea of the interface is rapidly changing — from screens, to wearables, to headsets to walls. How can we harness the power of these technological developments to create more meaningful user experiences?

Consumer brands today face challenges to not only continue engaging consumer relationships, but to also create more holistic data-driven services that are intelligent and meaningful. A rise in emerging technology and new sensorial experiences like AR have begun to make their way into physical retail, but how will these new connected experiences impact our lives? What do we expect out of space as we do with the rest of our digital artifacts? How can retail, which is inherently static and natural, accommodate and meet our very digital behaviour? How can we make these spaces truly meaningful in our shopping experience?

In this high paced workshop we will explore how to craft meaningful connected branded spaces through practical, hands-on prototyping and scenario building. Through a series of mini exercises, we will practice the art of "just enough" and concept development to push design thinking for what a connected retail space might be, and how to connect the dots in the ecosystem.
Today we live in a world surrounded by digital technology. We live, breathe and exchange data. Technology is only becoming more ubiquitous, moving from the classic devices we know into the larger scale of space and architecture. The idea of the interface is rapidly changing — from screens, to wearables, to headsets to walls. How can we harness the power of these technological developments to create more meaningful user experiences?

Consumer brands today face challenges to not only continue engaging consumer relationships, but to also create more holistic data-driven services that are intelligent and meaningful. A rise in emerging technology and new sensorial experiences like AR have begun to make their way into physical retail, but how will these new connected experiences impact our lives? What do we expect out of space as we do with the rest of our digital artifacts? How can retail, which is inherently static and natural, accommodate and meet our very digital behaviour? How can we make these spaces truly meaningful in our shopping experience?

In this high paced workshop we will explore how to craft meaningful connected branded spaces through practical, hands-on prototyping and scenario building. Through a series of mini exercises, we will practice the art of "just enough" and concept development to push design thinking for what a connected retail space might be, and how to connect the dots in the ecosystem.
1
Ice breaker: Post-it 'Be The Machine' exercise.
2
Presentation: Introduction to Prototyping and Connected Spaces.
3
Presentation: Physical skills, The Essentials to Making Good Prototypes. Key Techniques with Foam Core & Cardboard.
4
Presentation: Digital skills, Digital <> Physical Prototyping 101. Working with Sensors & Data.
5
Presentation and mini-exercise: Intro to Connected Services, service maps and connecting data & systems.
6
2-hour practice: Connected Retail Service Assignment. Divided Group Work. Digital + Physical Prototyping.
Understanding form & function relate to human behavior, and vice versa
Learning basic methodology to create an experience through user journeys, research, prototyping, user testing, body/brainstorming, workshopping, etc
How to create & use physical affordances, and how to design for action
Learn practical idea generation and critical thinking methods
Understand the role of context and other factors as it pertains to developing design solutions
Using your hands — learning to make physical prototypes of all scales, starting at the analogue level, and working up to integrating digital components
How to use analogue and digital tools to create interactive experiences
Prototyping communication skills — learning how to create and use prototypes, and when (fidelity vs. content, contextual use)
How to communicate the idea effectively with "just enough"
Connected Spaces: Designing & Prototyping the future of retail
60.000 ₽
+ online-streaming for the all 3 days of the main program
TICKET TO THE WORKSHOP
Workshop registration: "Prototyping for Connected Spaces"
We will contact you shortly about your registration.
If you have any questions until then, please call: 7 495 177 51 43 or email to: dtcamp@lab-w.com
Russia, Moscow, 105 082, Perevedenovskiy pereulok, 18

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