Frankly, it’s nearly impossible to design a damn thing without asking questions, conducting research, and talking with people. Even when someone gives you an exercise—let’s say “Design a logo”—you don’t start drawing just like that. You start a conversation in your head. You examine what is given to you. You always draw from experience, even when you think that you’re coming up with things on the fly.
What we’ve discovered on our way, is that design and UX is one of the most critical parts of any IoT project. I mean, one thing is to collect some cool data from your devices, another is to visualize it and make it accessible for a user. In this blog post, we will discuss how to merge the design world with IoT to visualize complex real-time data.
In a service jam, you create services and you have about 48 hours to do so. Every hour is planned and the aim of the event is to engage highly diverged participants in a process of creation through cooperation and use of tools of service design.
There are people that like to drink beer.
Then, there are people that like to taste beer. People that can tell the difference between different kinds of water, hops, malts and yeasts. Perfectly balanced, those basic ingredients can form fabulous, unexpected flavour combinations.
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