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O'Reilly Design Conference 2017 - San Francisco, California

Video Description

The O'Reilly Design Conference March 2017 San Francisco focused on providing designers—and anyone responsible for a product’s design—with the full stack of skills they need to create the next generation of products and services. This video compilation provides total access to each of the conference's 42 sessions, 6 tutorials, and 10 keynotes—more than 50 hours of inspiration and learning you can explore at your own pace. Want a sample? You'll hear from visionaries at IBM Watson, Huge, Silicon Valley Robotics, and Plantronics on how to design chatbots, robots, and wearables. You'll find out what’s new and effective in data visualizations, storyboarding, and voice user interface design from the thinker-doers at NASA, Google Fiber, and Denon Marantz. You'll discover how to build, lead, and foster the design culture at your company by learning from seasoned pros at Google Ventures, Capital One, and Design Equation. With all these and more, this is a compilation every designer and design team needs to build, broaden, and bridge your skill sets in design, technology, and business.

  • This compilation is a complete recording of all 42 sessions, 6 tutorials, and 10 keynotes
  • Listen and learn from 80 of the world's top creatives as they design for the future
  • Enjoy in-depth tutorials on building great chatbots, VUIs, design teams, and more
  • Get insider wisdom from design VIPs like Khosla Ventures' Irene Au and Google's Ivy Ross
  • Hear how John Allspaw and Randy Hunt transformed Etsy's design teams
  • Learn about the field of voice-driven experience from Amazon Alexa's Phillip Hunter
  • Watch "Adventures in Start-Up Land: how to move from big dog company to scrappy start-up"
  • Hear Amazon Web Services' Noah Iliinsky describe 17 paths to guaranteed successful design
  • See how IBM Watson's Desiree Garcia learned effective Bot design by messing things up
  • Hear PG&E's Gretchen Anderson explore the ethical choices inherent in smart product UX design
  • Watch Kuri home robot designer Dan Saffer explain the do's and don'ts of robot design

Table of Contents

  1. Keynotes
    1. Fireside chat with John Allspaw and Randy Hunt - John Allspaw (Etsy), Randy Hunt (Etsy) 00:27:38
    2. Fireside chat with Irene Au and Ivy Ross - Irene Au (Khosla Ventures), Ivy Ross (Google) 00:18:43
    3. Working backwards - Alan Cooper (Cooper ) 00:26:18
    4. The UX of buildings, cities, and infrastructure - Dan Hill (Arup) 00:22:43
    5. Design for seven billion; design for one - Kat Holmes (Microsoft) 00:17:46
    6. The expanding perimeter: The evolution of design in Silicon Valley - Barry Katz (California College of the Arts) 00:09:51
    7. Should designers. . .? New design skills from coding to Agile, process, and more - Dan Mall (SuperFriendly) 00:16:31
    8. Government services that work for people - Jennifer Pahlka (Code for America) 00:22:46
    9. How is design driving outcomes? - Doug Powell (IBM) 00:10:04
    10. Determining success in design - Julie Zhuo (Facebook) 00:08:11
  2. Beyond the screen
    1. The future will see you now: Machine learning transforms design - Mike Haley (Autodesk, Inc.) 00:42:39
    2. Design patterns for data sharing - Sarah Gold (Projects by IF) 00:35:04
    3. Uncovering need and validating ideas - Marieke McCloskey (UserTesting) 00:43:45
    4. Designing good robots - Andra Keay (Silicon Valley Robotics) 00:39:17
    5. User research war stories - Steve Portigal (Portigal Consulting) 00:44:40
    6. Designing smart things: Balancing ethics and choice - Gretchen Anderson (PG&E) 00:37:53
    7. When your internet-connected things know how you feel - Pamela Pavliscak (SoundingBox) 00:41:48
    8. Bots may solve some of our problems; here's how they'll put us on the hook for others - Desiree Garcia (IBM Watson) 00:33:08
    9. Virtual reality beyond entertainment - Jody Medich (Singularity University) 00:39:43
    10. Designing for intelligence augmentation: How to design products that use artificial intelligence effectively - Aye Moah (Boomerang) 00:42:47
    11. Designing trustable products: Microinteractions matter for secure UX - Ame Elliott (Simply Secure), Elizabeth Goodman (18F / General Services Administration), Adrienne Porter Felt (Google), Jennifer King (UC Berkeley School of Information) 00:41:30
    12. Amazon Alexa: What, why, and why now? - Phillip Hunter (Amazon Alexa Skills Kit) 00:41:12
    13. The robots are coming - Dan Saffer (Saffervescence Inc.) 00:30:48
  3. Bridging design, technology, and business
    1. Measuring adoption of design thinking in organizations - Jordan Shade (IBM) 00:40:00
    2. The secret to strategic design: Mastering planning - Peter  Morville  (Semantic Studios) 00:42:40
    3. Seeing government: A digital-savvy facelift for the City of Oakland - Lizzie Kumaria (Objective Subject), David Jalbert-Gagnier (Objective Subject) 00:37:35
    4. Making wearable tech wearable - Darrin Caddes (Plantronics) 00:48:20
    5. Designing for diversity in design organizations - Eli Silva (Pivotal Labs), Molly Beyer (University of North Texas) 00:45:31
    6. Design for sustainability - Tim Frick (Mightybytes, Inc.) 00:33:48
    7. From 6 to 126 in four years - Alastair Simpson (Atlassian) 00:40:38
    8. Wielding the soft (and hard) science of service design - Brandon  Schauer  (Adaptive Path at Capital One) 00:32:56
    9. Guaranteed successful design - Noah Iliinsky (Amazon Web Services) 00:44:52
    10. The future of enterprise software design - Amanda Linden (Facebook) 00:36:46
    11. New realms for NASA's mission control visualization software: Design thinking and open source - Jay Trimble (NASA Ames Research Center) 00:39:21
    12. UX, brand, and crossing disciplines - Daniel Soltis (Moving Brands) 00:31:21
    13. Becoming a designer founder - Lane Goldstone (Brooklyn Copper Cookware) 00:40:33
    14. Data visualizations that expand your visual literacy - Julie Rodriguez (Sapient Global Markets) 00:37:05
  4. Technology, tools, and process
    1. Design systems: Accounting for quantity and scalability - Amy Vainieri (Taoti Creative), Courtney Clark (Forum One) 00:43:56
    2. Designing conversational voice user interfaces - Cathy Pearl (Sensely) 00:35:23
    3. Designing connected experiences for 10 feet and beyond - Mark Wolfe (Slalom) 00:32:19
    4. Video as a prototyping tool for connected products - Martin Charlier (Unmade) 00:40:01
    5. Rethinking design tools in the age of machine learning - Patrick Hebron (New York University) 00:38:32
    6. Adventures in startup land - Kaaren Hanson (Medallia), Micah Alpern (Medallia), Sara Khoury (Google), Amanda Linden (Facebook), Catherine Courage (Google) 00:45:26
    7. Lessons learned from the Highway1 hardware accelerator - Rafi Ajl (Highway1) 00:38:03
    8. Lessons learned designing Allbirds - Simon Endres (Red Antler) 00:42:56
    9. Org design for design orgs - Kristin Skinner (Capital One) 00:40:22
  5. Building & Managing Teams
    1. Being the first designer: How to pave the way for an awesome design team - Jenny Mullins (LearnUp Inc.) 00:38:46
    2. Creating space for making in the workplace - Patrick Chew (IBM Design), Alexandra Williams (Airbnb), Ryan Noon (Nike), Tim Belonax (Pinterest) 00:40:38
    3. Taking off the training wheels: How to hire, motivate, and inspire the next generation of designers - Billie Mandel (Design Equation) 00:44:45
    4. Hard-learned lessons in leading design - Aarron Walter (InVision) 00:51:49
    5. The embedded researcher: Incorporating research findings into the design process - Amy Silvers (Nasdaq) 00:37:23
    6. Diversity in Tech - Doug Powell (IBM) 00:48:37
    7. The power of us: Empathy isn’t enough - Brian Russel Davis (Axiom88) 00:39:05
  6. Tutorials
    1. Voice user interface design: How to wireframe for voice - Ann Thyme-Gobbel (D+M Group (Denon Marantz)) - Part 1 00:46:04
    2. Voice user interface design: How to wireframe for voice - Ann Thyme-Gobbel (D+M Group (Denon Marantz)) - Part 2 00:46:46
    3. Voice user interface design: How to wireframe for voice - Ann Thyme-Gobbel (D+M Group (Denon Marantz)) - Part 3 00:36:52
    4. Voice user interface design: How to wireframe for voice - Ann Thyme-Gobbel (D+M Group (Denon Marantz)) - Part 4 00:22:24
    5. Make fast, learn fast: Introduction to prototyping with Arduino - Kathryn McElroy (IBM Watson), Kelly Lohr (IBM) - Part 1 00:36:01
    6. Make fast, learn fast: Introduction to prototyping with Arduino - Kathryn McElroy (IBM Watson), Kelly Lohr (IBM) - Part 2 00:44:39
    7. Make fast, learn fast: Introduction to prototyping with Arduino - Kathryn McElroy (IBM Watson), Kelly Lohr (IBM) - Part 3 00:25:54
    8. Make fast, learn fast: Introduction to prototyping with Arduino - Kathryn McElroy (IBM Watson), Kelly Lohr (IBM) - Part 4 00:23:50
    9. Explore, persuade, destroy: Storyboarding for product development - Abi Jones (Google) - Part 1 00:52:07
    10. Explore, persuade, destroy: Storyboarding for product development - Abi Jones (Google) - Part 2 00:22:32
    11. Designing intelligence and trust with chatbots - Austin Beer (Huge) - Part 1 00:48:03
    12. Designing intelligence and trust with chatbots - Austin Beer (Huge) - Part 2 00:54:25
    13. Org design for design orgs: The workshop - Peter  Merholz  (Snagajob), Kristin Skinner (Capital One) - Part 1 00:48:58
    14. Org design for design orgs: The workshop - Peter  Merholz  (Snagajob), Kristin Skinner (Capital One) - Part 2 00:53:31
    15. Org design for design orgs: The workshop - Peter  Merholz  (Snagajob), Kristin Skinner (Capital One) - Part 3 00:40:06
    16. Org design for design orgs: The workshop - Peter  Merholz  (Snagajob), Kristin Skinner (Capital One) - Part 4 00:47:12
    17. Mapping experiences: From insight to action - James Kalbach (MURAL) - Part 1 00:41:23
    18. Mapping experiences: From insight to action - James Kalbach (MURAL) - Part 2 00:41:47
    19. Mapping experiences: From insight to action - James Kalbach (MURAL) - Part 3 00:42:45
    20. Mapping experiences: From insight to action - James Kalbach (MURAL) - Part 4 00:49:55