Designing for Emerging Technologies: UX for Genomics, Robotics, and Connected Environments.pdf
With this book, emerging technology designers, engineers, and innovators will be inspired to look at rich new possibilities in software, hardware, robotics, genomics, connected environments, human embeddable computers, printables, and wearables. Designing for Emerging Technologies provides approaches to these topics and technologies in three areas focused on practical aspects of human interaction: policy design, system design, and tactical interaction frameworks and techniques. The coming wave of technological change will make the tumult and disruption of the past decade's digital and mobile revolutions look like a minor blip by comparison. This book will serve as a preliminary resource for methods, and ways to approach unique problem sets presented. Editor Jonathan Follett runs an annual conference based on the topics presented
As the Principal of Involution Studios and one of the leaders of the firm's emerging technologies practice, Jon has unique experience and access to the research and development driving technological advancement. As an experience design firm, Involution already engaged in significant projects with clients like AstraZeneca, 3M, Partners HealthCare, and the Personal Genome Project in designing research and genomics software, and cutting edge connected products. He writes for UXmatters, A List Apart, Digital Web, and contributed a chapter to Beautiful Data.