We are delighted to kick-off the Bringing Design Closer series, with a live interview with two thought leaders in the world of service design and experience design, Patrick Quattlebaum and Chris Risdon, co-authors of ‘Orchestrating Experiences’ by Rosenfeld Media.
Our events are not like ordinary events. We aim to keep the cost to a minimum. Every ticket price includes a copy of Orchestrating Experiences and access to a networking event afterwards.
We aim to connect and empower people through knowledge and real-world experiences.
About this event
Customer experiences are increasingly complicated—with multiple channels, touchpoints, contexts, and moving parts—all delivered by fragmented organizations. How can you bring your ideas to life in the face of such complexity? In this live-interview, we will discuss the book, and give practical advice for designers and human-centered design practitioners struggling to create products and services in complex environments.
|Venue||Tara Building, Dublin 2 View Map|
|Hosted by||Gerry Scullion|
|Date||November 15th 2018 – Evening 6pm-9pm|
|Limited capacity||80-100 people|
|Ticket||€33 / €26 Buy tickets|
|What you get||– Admission
– Digital and Physical copy of Orchestrating Experiences (RRP €32)
– Live internet interview with the authors
– Q+A with the audience
– Networking (provided to you by Teelings Whiskey)
Meet our guests
Chris Risdon is director of design for peer-to-peer carsharing service Getaround. Previously, Chris was head of design for Capital One Labs and a design director for Adaptive Path, the pioneering experience design consultancy. Chris has introduced and advanced new methods in design, teaching thousands of design professionals and students. He holds an MFA in design from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is an adjunct professor at the California College of the Arts, teaching interaction design and service design to the next generation of designers. Follow him on Twitter @chrisrisdon.
Patrick Quattlebaum is a designer, management consultant, and founder at studioPQ. He helps organizations experiment with and adopt collaborative approaches to designing service experiences and the operations that support them. He has held multiple design leadership positions, including managing director at Adaptive Path and head of service design at Capital One. He is also a passionate design instructor, having taught thousands of practitioners in North America and Europe. He holds an MS in Information Design and Technology from the Georgia Institute of Technology. You can follow him on Twitter @ptquattlebaum and @studiopq.