Scott Jenson has been doing user interface design and strategic planning for over 25 years. He worked at Apple on System 7, Newton, and the Apple Human Interface guidelines. He was the director of Symbian’s DesignLab, VP of product design for Cognita, a manager of mobile UX for Google for 5 years, and a creative director at frog design in San Francisco. Scott returned to Google working on the Chrome team in November 2013 to work on the Physical Web.
Location: Swansea, UK
Activities: See schedule, below
Date: 13th & 14th September 2016
Attending: The masterclass is by invitation and limited in numbers; we want to ensure a great balance of different perspectives. Please register your interest if you would like to take part. Places will be confirmed in mid August 2016.
We are seeking people who work on digital innovation/implementation projects (from a range of disciplines - e.g., computing, design, social science, policy work, health and social care, and so on).
Our focus is on "early career" people and organisations (e.g., team members in their first post; post-doctoral researchers in universities; start-up innovators).
The masterclass is free to attend, and will include all refreshments during the two days of the event. Hotel accommodation will be provided for attendees, but you will need to fund your own travel and other costs.
The event is organised by the CHERISH Digital Economy Centre.
|Day 1||Activity||Day 2||Activity|
|08:30||Registration and coffee||09:00||Coffee available|
|10:00||Introduction to the Physical Web||09:30||Morning warmup reflection|
|11:00||Brainstorming and prototyping basic scenarios||10:00||Prototype workshop: take the scenarios from yesterday and start building them!|
|14:00||What is WebBluetooth?||14:30||Prototype workshop, continued|
|16:00||Revisiting your scenarios||15:30||Wrap-up, reflect, what's next?|
|17:00||End of day 1 – return to hotels||16:00||Depart|